Discussion in 'Comic Books and Graphic Novels' started by Primal, Sep 23, 2005.
Available: October 12, 2005
Source: Graham Crackers Comics
Hmmm I heard about this, wonder how good it'll be
What you said.
This storyline will be worth it just for the return of Morlin. I'm definitely picking it up.
On a lighter note, the new villian seems interesting, but looks like a reject from a Final Fantasy game.
Peter David. I'll pick up anything he writes. It's his writing that got me into comics and his long ass run on the Hulk. Also loved his X-Factor and Captain Marvel. If you read his beginning issues of X-Factor (Jokes all over the place) and his first run on Captain Marvel (Jokes all over too) and the merged Hulk issues (some really funny issues in there), then you'll probably think Peter David would write a great Spider-Man. Here's hoping he'll do a great run, because I'll be along for the ride.
Yay! Another Spider-Man book! /sarcasm.
I gave up on the 616 Spider-Man books a long time ago. Gave up on Spidey during the Clone Saga. Stayed long enough to say goodbye to Aunt May when she died in #400. Years later I found out that she magically came back. Still don't know how. Refuse to pick up a main-line Spider-Man book after hearing that crap. Plus the recent Amazing Storyline, where I hear they turned Gwen into a slut who slept with Norman Osborne, and had his kids somehow.
i love Wieringo's art....and Peter David's stories...should be good
I keep meaning to drop ASM, dropped MK after the change, instead I ended up ordering all 3 books for this crossover =\
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