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Subj: Re: X-Men Gold #22: One too many pages?
Posted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 at 08:00:04 am CST (Viewed 170 times)
Reply Subj: X-Men Gold #22: One too many pages?
Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 at 03:52:41 pm CST (Viewed 193 times)

    01-02 Lydia Nance now has a real layer of characterization. Poor kid has it much worse than Valerie Vector at that age (as read in Avengers). Still, did it warrant maybe just 1 page not 2?

I wanted maybe 3 or 4, tbh. Nice backstory.

    06 Avalanche is new, too. Did we know this? He should have copied Daisy Johnson's codename instead. ;\)

Well, we knew it probably wasn't the original. Quake? Ew! No.

    16-17 Nance, Mez, Py and Av all get personality moments. Where's the Ro, Kurt, and Piotr moments this ish??

Indeed. At this point, I'm never really expecting any personality out of Guggenheim's Storm.

    20 Coo1. Annihilus appearance! Ugh. Kologoth return alread! The pacing was fine but did you find the scenes to feel stretched out for page count?

"Ugh" is right.

    Letter Page - Had me wondering: What happened with Ink's big push last arc? Have we seen (enough) entertaining drama of Colossus considering Kitty's catastrophic engagement to Peter QUill. Isn't OML and Rachel not having an 'conversation' comparing 'futures' more an easy out than a missed opp? ;\)

Well, Ink always was part of the B Team, and now that the A Team is in jail, he'll be on Magik's team.

Kinda irked that the team was fooled so easily. Otherwise, not a bad issue.

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