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Subj: Re: I guess I was hoping to be "Thankful"
Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 at 11:48:50 am EST (Viewed 107 times)
Reply Subj: I guess I was hoping to be "Thankful"
Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 at 09:41:29 am EST (Viewed 109 times)

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What did I like the LEAST in the past years of the FF? A snot nosed little brat girl that acts like everyone is beneath her because of her IQ despite the fact that she can't possibly have developed the maturity of an adult with limited life experiences.

Then you are going to really dislike Moongirl.  She makes Valeria likable! In fact, after reading this, I MISS Valeria. In fact Moongirl is the new Malaria.

I used a rewards credit from my local shop to get this issue, so technically I didn't pay for it with cash. I honestly want to support and encourage the use of my favorite super-hero team members. But I am getting more and more convinced that today's Marvel hates the house that Jack and Stan built.

Obviously, anyone interested should check it out and make up their own mind.  I'm not a fan of the whole Moongirl concept overall, but the writing here....and the treatment of two of Marvel's pioneering this is a bitter pill IMO.

Lets hope that the MTiO book is indeed a place for readers to learn to appreciate my two favorite Marvel characters again and not some vehicle that editorial wants to use to continue to belittle the FF and their legacy. Can't imagine they'd bother to publish something like that, but one never knows these days \:\(

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