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Subj: X-Men Gold #10
Posted: Sun Aug 27, 2017 at 04:12:34 pm EDT (Viewed 130 times)
Reply Subj: Nothing good this week.
Posted: Sun Aug 27, 2017 at 11:36:02 am EDT (Viewed 130 times)

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Someone else may or may not eventually post a full review about title this week. To explain my silence - none of 'em had anything to notably care about.

Cable #4 The introduced Conquest may or may not eventually be an interesting arch foe.

X-Men Gold #10 Piotr may or may not really have an interesting previously unknown uncle.

Weapon X #7 The book may or may not be just 5 Wolverine wannabes wasting time copying each other like merely chasing each others tails to dully track down Hulkverinefor 20 pages.

Iceman #4, probably best of the bunch characterwise, may or may not have Daken developing dynamics with the closet-busting teacher. (The ice sculpture ruse was kinda neat.)

They all had grabber covers though!


I miss Dad & Dan.

Enter: Anatoly Rasputin.

All of these Russians talking to each other. I would think they would speak their own language and not English. Yet, when the bad guy kidnaps Yana, she tells him to "idi k chertu." It's so odd. And "go to hell" isn't a bad enough phrase to warrant disguising it as a foreign language. And just before this, the bad guy says "dobro pozhalovat" ("welcome"). So silly to single out these phrases to use in Russian transliteration.

Also, so weird that Yana is suddenly back in her street clothes instead of her costume. What is her costume? An illusion she has to consciously maintain? Bah.

Okay issue, because Omega Red is only on 3 pages.


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