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Subj: Re: Maybe we will see the return of the FF sooner rather than later
Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 at 07:00:30 pm EST (Viewed 244 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Maybe we will see the return of the FF sooner rather than later
Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 at 09:00:21 am EST (Viewed 243 times)

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Whom would you like to see take over the creative reigns of a new FF book from Marvel's creative stable of talent? I am liking Zdarskey and Cheung much more than you and would give the book a chance if they took over. I do agree with you on a couple points. Primarily Doom kissing faculty butt in the flash back and I am not a fan of this separation thing affecting their powers, but, after decades of continuity and a definite shift from 60's-80's story telling to the present we are never going to get a perfect representation of the Four. Or any other Marvel character.

Dan freaking Slott. They keep saying they are going to shift creative teams around. He must have a record of some sort with his time on Spider-Man. ENOUGH I say!

Or get Alan Davis to write it. He got the FF so well in The End that you wished that book was 'The Beginning' I keep the trade on my desk and whenever I feel down it brings me right back to a happy place.

Is Sacasa still working with Marvel? The alternate FF book he did wasn't the best but he was pretty mandated by editorial into that book. His latter FF work was pretty good (and he knows a thing or two about Lyja!)




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