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Subj: Re: #6 - What were the merits?
Posted: Thu May 30, 2013 at 02:02:27 pm EDT (Viewed 406 times)
Reply Subj: New Avengers #6
Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 at 03:55:09 pm EDT (Viewed 578 times)
New Avengers #6
They're a cosmically conceited conclave being cap/able to decide which worlds should live or die - or what?
Not much Illuminati action for the 6 issues. None this issue.
Lots of standing around and posing for panels of group shots.
Chronology placement of the cast in this arc still is offputting.
Precidence established that these geniuses can now make the WMD of at an unprecidented level of global destruction -with deadline- at anytime now. This is not really a good thing on a couple levels.
The commuting back and forth sequencing got a bit disorienting.
The survivor count and devastation on the other Earth was more curious to me than the team.
Being so behind on knowing Vernard's status [and ongoing Doom cosplay], adding him to the mix [for an insignificant presence] felt unnecessary. Victor joining the fray was dull.
Blue is worse than Red: "BIG DEAL" - said both factually and sarcastically. Adding MAPMAKERS sort of made this convoluted crisis even moreso.
Very... sad that T'Challa had to pull the trigger and the others essentially/unanimously did the same. Questioning the characterizations.
Reed, only, voted Black Swan free? Hmmm... This will take more time to consider.
The team thought it best to rescue alt-Terrax?
The team claim jurisdiction to locking up alt-world refugees, in Necropolis, as they see fit [but not the likes of Ex Nihilo]?
More relieved with the ending than the open ending with that alt-Earth meteorite in Doom's possession, right?
Maybe YOU can better list merits of the story?
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