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Maestro

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Public Enemy #1

Subj: Yeah I guess I fell into that category. Not that I was ever defending his writing... just thought (unlike many) that the character had lots of potential...
Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 at 07:32:48 pm EDT (Viewed 43 times)
Reply Subj: Loeb's BAD - no, AWFUL writing has achieved new heights. I am sure even people who were defending his work...
Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 at 07:03:41 pm EDT



> ... will concede this was a big pile of cr@p.
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> I am sorry, but this is pretty much unreadable.
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... as being the next major badass in Marvel along the likes of Thanos (but without the #$%^& clones) for instance. Someone who couldn't be beaten without major planning and sacrifice by the heroes which is something the Marvel universe IMO badly needs at the moment.
It didn't hurt (from my point of view) that the next major "badass" was going to be a version of the Hulk too. \:\-\)

But I guess Loeb went and threw that all away. While I could have lived with the crappy dialogue and simplistic storylines, even I have to admit now that its going to be really hard for me to sustain any further interest in the title under Loeb after this nonsensical issue.



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