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Primetime

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Yaw

Subj: Re: I wasn't very happy with it.
Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2007 at 10:28:54 pm EST
Reply Subj: I wasn't very happy with it.
Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2007 at 08:29:15 pm EST

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I liked the conversation between Panther/Monica and Storm/Reed. I didn't like Panther schooling of Luke Cage. That was a bit much. The panel with Sue and Storm. Ehhhh. OVerall the book was a bit too lighthearted and comedic to be in the middle of a battle that was destroying Manhattan and resulted in the deaths of like 50ish civilians and 6 superheroes.

Oh the art didn't help. The battle felt fairly empty to me. Only a few heroes were represented.

> I liked the conversation between Panther/Monica and Storm/Reed. I didn't like Panther schooling of Luke Cage. That was a bit much. The panel with Sue and Storm. Ehhhh. OVerall the book was a bit too lighthearted and comedic to be in the middle of a battle that was destroying Manhattan and resulted in the deaths of like 50ish civilians and 6 superheroes.
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> Oh the art didn't help. The battle felt fairly empty to me. Only a few heroes were represented.

I have to agree on all points. Schooling Monica on how to counteract Bishop's power is one thing, but schooling Cage on basic fisticuffs sorta makes Cage look like an amature. This is, after all, the new leader of the New Avengers and an experienced hero who has thrown down for years. And it was to lighthearted during the fighting IMO.