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Subj: Re: Reviews: Secret Invasion #3, SI: Who Do You Trust?, Omega #9 and Last Defenders #4!
Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 at 05:06:45 am EDT (Viewed 76 times)
Reply Subj: Reviews: Secret Invasion #3, SI: Who Do You Trust?, Omega #9 and Last Defenders #4!
Posted: Mon Jun 16, 2008 at 09:27:48 am EDT (Viewed 2 times)

> SECRET INVASION: WHO DO YOU TRUST?: I enjoyed all the stories
> in this issue, especially the Wonder Man/Beast one. I seriously hope
> the ship Beast turns out to be the real deal cuz I miss the
> happy-go-lucky, adventurous Beast. The story ended with this Beast
> swinging off into another part of the Savage Land, so I'm curious to
> see where he pops up next.

A huge part of me hopes this is the real Hank McCoy. I'm sick of seeing DisneyBeast.

> The Marvel Boy story was enjoyable enough, although I'm not a big
> fan of the character.

Likewise, I'm not a fan of the character, but the story left me just not caring.

> The same can be said about Agent Brand and the Agents of Atlas, but
> the stories were interesting nonetheless.

Loved the Agent Brand story. It's not so much that I've come to like the character. It's that her air of mystery has spellbound me.

> The Captain Marvel story was written for #5 of his mini but was cut
> out due to length; a little confused about Mar-Vell's reasoning: it
> looks like he's pretending to aid the Skrulls by going after the
> Thunderbolts, but he's actually just playing the aliens. I think.

I'm completely at a loss about this story because I cannot parse the character's logic. I thought I understood the character in the mini, but now... It like he's eating his coffee and drinking his toast. WTF?

So, 3 out of 5 stories were good for me.

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