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Subj: Re: So, Fearless Defenders #10...
Posted: Sun Oct 13, 2013 at 05:27:57 pm CDT (Viewed 601 times)
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Posted: Fri Oct 11, 2013 at 08:42:56 pm CDT (Viewed 387 times)

    Honestly, I want to like this title, and I think that sometimes it is very well done.

    But this latest issue might be it for me.

They are making it a tough title to like with it's execution of hit and miss concepts since the beginning - and wanting shared universe logic or satisfaction.

    I realize that because it is an Infinity crossover we might not be seeing the best representation of the comic, but it was just lame. I think part of the problem is the inclusion of a potential new team member, Ren. They can't seem to find enough for Dani to do and not only have they included Elsa Bloodstone to the team, but now this new character?

Yeah, although the Infinity failings is not it's fault it's the titles that suffers as seen with too many mega-crossovers. As for Ren, all the other characterization was dropped to allow her all the spotlight. There must be a rush to fill Val's 12-member quota ASAP - even though a her reservations of all the heroines of Earth makes her ready acceptance of this newbie a bit confounding.

    Why is Dani so under utilized? Is she just there to try and draw in the mutant fans? Was she stuck on the roster against the writer's will?

Excellent questions.

    I almost dropped the series after Dr. Riggs died but I liked how they resolved that issue. I guess I'll see how the series goes after this Infinity crossover nonsense passes.

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