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Cire




This would explain a couple of things. \:\-D


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Darius




I don't know, but I wish this Zombie arc would hurry up and end. It's been dragging on way too long now, and nothing even remotely interesting is happening.

I'm waiting for an arc where Panther and Storm do something, and it actually has repercussions throughout the ENTIRE Marvel Universe.

This Zombie stuff is uninspired, unimaginative and downright forgettable. (In my opinion, of course).

Can we PLEASE get back to KING T'Challa and QUEEN Ororo?

Hudlin's in the perfect position to do something really great with these two characters, but I feel that he is wasting the opportunity.


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Yaw




I feel the same way. Although despite myself I did find the Zombie arc pretty funny (its over btw), I would rather seen T'Challa in dealing with Wakanda and the political implications of being in the US and away from his country. The upcoming Skrull stuff doesn't look to appetizing to me either. Wake me when its over

> I don't know, but I wish this Zombie arc would hurry up and end. It's been dragging on way too long now, and nothing even remotely interesting is happening.
>
> I'm waiting for an arc where Panther and Storm do something, and it actually has repercussions throughout the ENTIRE Marvel Universe.
>
> This Zombie stuff is uninspired, unimaginative and downright forgettable. (In my opinion, of course).
>
> Can we PLEASE get back to KING T'Challa and QUEEN Ororo?
>
> Hudlin's in the perfect position to do something really great with these two characters, but I feel that he is wasting the opportunity.


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Ty




Yaw, just wonderin'...do others at OTHER boards find this plotline as boring as some of us here do??

> I feel the same way. Although despite myself I did find the Zombie arc pretty funny (its over btw), I would rather seen T'Challa in dealing with Wakanda and the political implications of being in the US and away from his country. The upcoming Skrull stuff doesn't look to appetizing to me either. Wake me when its over
>



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Yaw




which is surprising for anything written by Hudlin. Most of the time when Hudlin is mentioned, the pitchforks are dusted off. Nevertheless I can't really sy I have seen anyone comment on the upcoming Skrull stuff. Personally Panther in Alternate Universes = lame to me. Hell I didn't like it when PRiest did it with Happy Pants Panther and the Wild West stuff.

BTW this art isn't bad but it is not a good fit. Way too cartoony.

> Yaw, just wonderin'...do others at OTHER boards find this plotline as boring as some of us here do??
>
> > I feel the same way. Although despite myself I did find the Zombie arc pretty funny (its over btw), I would rather seen T'Challa in dealing with Wakanda and the political implications of being in the US and away from his country. The upcoming Skrull stuff doesn't look to appetizing to me either. Wake me when its over
> >
>


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Loren




> Hell I didn't like it when PRiest did it with Happy Pants Panther and the Wild West stuff.

Just in case you didn't know (and I'm sure somebody here isn't aware of this), that Wild West "Saddles Ablaze" story was a de-facto crossover with an old Priest story, a fill-in issue he did in Thor #370. I didn't know that originally, and it made the story more neat (and more comprehensible) once I did.


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Thatguy




> which is surprising for anything written by Hudlin. Most of the time when Hudlin is mentioned, the pitchforks are dusted off.

And rightfully so ;\)

But with the Zombie issue, Hudlin wisely put an emphasize on characterization. From what I saw/heard, he used Torch's ex-wife Lyja to get some mileage out of him, had some decent characterization of Cage and even used some interaction between Zombie Wolverine and Storm. Plus, as the foes were zombies, it was alot easier to enact crippling violence against them without worry.

Granted, there are still HUGE problems with his series, but as a one off adventure, it didn't seem that bad.


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