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Subj: No but I think that he should write Fantastic Four instead.
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 at 11:54:31 am EST (Viewed 284 times)
Reply Subj: Are we in trouble with Dan Slott taking over?
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 at 10:13:36 am EST (Viewed 303 times)

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Been reading a little of his online antics.

He is very antagonistic to fans/consumers that don't agree with him on everything, basically calling them Nazi's and representing himself as a paragon of virtue and values and painting everyone else as scum.

Is this an act? Or are we headed for more dark times?

P.S. Cant post new threads 99% of the time as they show as spam.

Curiously enough, Dan Slott finds work on any comics character that you can think about except the FF and, yet , it is obvious that they are his favorite characters.

He writes Peter Parker, Otto Octavius & Hank Pym as substitutes of Reed Richards.
(Peter even has a Pogo Plane !)

As often as he can, Human Torch makes cameos in the Spider-Man books.

He was the writer of the Thing & She-Hulk, two well-known members of the team.

Even his Sinister Six team sounded like an evil version of the FF :
Doc Ock + Chameleon + Mysterio // Reed Richards
Rhino & Sandman // Ben Grimm
Electro + Sandman // Johnny Storm
Mysterio + Chameleon // Sue Richards

Doc Ock & Norman Osborn were reinvented as villains on the same level than Silver Age Doctor Doom.


I have no trouble with Dan Slott. I love his Superior Doc Ock stories.
On the contrary, when Doc Ock wasn't around, I didn't like his Spidey stories.
So, he is not my favorite writer but I don't hate him and I have no problem with him on a book.

I don't know yet what he has in mind for Tony Stark. Wait & see.
I hope that he doesn't plan to make Tony Stark another substitute of Reed Richards.

Still, it is certain that the book will be full of supertech.
It is already what he did with Hank Pym & Peter Parker.

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