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Subj: Re: Champions #4: Was this a big deal?
Posted: Fri Apr 05, 2019 at 11:00:40 am EDT (Viewed 75 times)
Reply Subj: Champions #4: Was this a big deal?
Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2019 at 03:05:31 pm EDT (Viewed 134 times)





She is Proxima's slave, not really part of the Order.


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    Dust didn't go to Nate's Age of X-man's Earth? Did she try to kill the unrelenting Kaldera or just incapacitate her based on her dialogue?

Dust was not present at the battle with Nate, so no.


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    Can't someone at the Bullpen come up with a better codename for Joaquin since he doesn't want to keep copying "Falcon"? Why not have a contest?

I think Buzzard fits the whole vampire bird thing. But buzzards don't get much respect.


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    Sam makes a typical Comic book story seed decision that in IRL would be a DUMB, IMPULSIVE, SELFISH decision. The group decision to let him go with his would-be assassin wasn't much better, eh?

TBH, I think this plot is about as good as it could possibly be for NINO. I just might buy a mini with Sam and Kaldera.


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    Miles and Kamala debating the death of Dubai Girl was thought provoking and maybe the only good part of the issue (save Sparky's save). Liked Miles decision to quit because it makes sense. Plus, it's good that he's off the team, better for character and title IMO, in spite of Mephisto wanting it too - anyone agree? This cover refects the story better and is much better and more impactful than last issue that it flipside copies.

I think him being separate from the Champions is a huge mistake. As is this Mephisto thing. But it'll work if it's a temporary thing.




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