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Yaw

In Reply To
Thatguy

Subj: I agree
Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 at 02:27:16 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Agree, somewhat.
Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2007 at 09:06:28 am EDT

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> > This Skrull Storyline is boring and really lame. It has to be the worst storyline that I have seen so far in the entire series. With all the characters in the Marvel Universe, you would think they would come up wiht better story lines. Have Black Panther battle Dr. Doom; Have him fight Spider Man/Daredevil/The Punisher/Capt. America etc. Anything would be better than this. It seems like all of the story lines after the Civil War Event have been bad in all of hte comic books issued by Marvel. It is as though all the writers went on vacation after working so hard after the Civil War event.
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> This isn't a Skrull Storyline. It's a Zombies storyline that features Skrulls. The Zombies are popular. Panther battled Doom not too long ago, and the result was complaints. Capt. America is dead, but before he died, the two sparred. Panther battled Iron Man not too long ago. Panther battled the Inhumans not too long ago. Panther battled Ninjas not to long ago. The Zombies are something different. We can't keep the same theme throughout. After this arc, Panther takes on Psycho Man.

I different range of foes is vital to a good book, but a series should keep to a certain genre, IMO, to maintain the title character's strength, whatever they may be. I don't think Hudlin's Panther has done that, but preferences vary.

> > > This Skrull Storyline is boring and really lame. It has to be the worst storyline that I have seen so far in the entire series. With all the characters in the Marvel Universe, you would think they would come up wiht better story lines. Have Black Panther battle Dr. Doom; Have him fight Spider Man/Daredevil/The Punisher/Capt. America etc. Anything would be better than this. It seems like all of the story lines after the Civil War Event have been bad in all of hte comic books issued by Marvel. It is as though all the writers went on vacation after working so hard after the Civil War event.
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> > This isn't a Skrull Storyline. It's a Zombies storyline that features Skrulls. The Zombies are popular. Panther battled Doom not too long ago, and the result was complaints. Capt. America is dead, but before he died, the two sparred. Panther battled Iron Man not too long ago. Panther battled the Inhumans not too long ago. Panther battled Ninjas not to long ago. The Zombies are something different. We can't keep the same theme throughout. After this arc, Panther takes on Psycho Man.
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> I different range of foes is vital to a good book, but a series should keep to a certain genre, IMO, to maintain the title character's strength, whatever they may be. I don't think Hudlin's Panther has done that, but preferences vary.

I agree with this statement. IT is good to maintain a certain genre at least in the beginning to get some sort of footing. I have felt like this since this volume began. IT doesn't have a real foundation yet imo. For the longest time I felt that it was still new and had time to develop more but now this book is at nearing issue #30 and the next arc still has BP not in Wakanda but space traveling with FF4. We need some resolution with the plotlines in Wakanda and less randomness.