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Tiger Shark

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spiderprince

Subj: Full Agree - You've Almost Said It All ; All This Was Way Too Soon & Obvious To Boot - NT [SPOILERS]
Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 at 08:28:38 am CDT
Reply Subj: I'm a teen too... [SPOILERS]
Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 at 09:23:29 pm CDT

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...but didn't like it. It wasn't even the teens in the book that bothered me as it was the supporting characters. Gauntlet places Armory in a situation for Trauma to influence her, but he has no idea how Trauma's powers work? And he's supposed to be "experienced"? That was just ridiculous. Killing MVP was just pointless and I fail to see how Armory is completely at fault. Sure she lost it, but she is deadly afraid of spiders (not to mention giant spiders), plus she is just a rookie. She shouldn't have been placed in that situation to begin with, at least not without Gauntlet having assessed the situation to begin with. Oh and Gauntlet refering to the New Warriors so casually was just plain old bad taste. They made a mistake in Stamford that caused lives, but they've done a lot of good too. Plus the New Warrior to survive is at least trying to attone for what his role in the tragedy.

It wasn't completely bad though. Glad to see Justice sort of stick up for his teammates. Glad to see that focus is building a superhuman army to police the US, and not invade other countries. The few positives for this book are the only things letting me give this book a second chance.

> ...but didn't like it. It wasn't even the teens in the book that bothered me as it was the supporting characters. Gauntlet places Armory in a situation for Trauma to influence her, but he has no idea how Trauma's powers work? And he's supposed to be "experienced"? That was just ridiculous. Killing MVP was just pointless and I fail to see how Armory is completely at fault. Sure she lost it, but she is deadly afraid of spiders (not to mention giant spiders), plus she is just a rookie. She shouldn't have been placed in that situation to begin with, at least not without Gauntlet having assessed the situation to begin with. Oh and Gauntlet refering to the New Warriors so casually was just plain old bad taste. They made a mistake in Stamford that caused lives, but they've done a lot of good too. Plus the New Warrior to survive is at least trying to attone for what his role in the tragedy.
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> It wasn't completely bad though. Glad to see Justice sort of stick up for his teammates. Glad to see that focus is building a superhuman army to police the US, and not invade other countries. The few positives for this book are the only things letting me give this book a second chance.


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