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Subj: Good (and funny review) at Diversity & Comics
Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 at 09:26:33 am EDT (Viewed 244 times)
Reply Subj: Marvel Legacy: A huge disappointment
Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 at 09:56:58 am EDT (Viewed 524 times)


    I'll admit it, I was excited to read Marvel Legacy. There was so much mystery and talk of bringing back older and eighty billion times better characters, but it sucked. Essentially this is one big exposition dump for what's going to happen in the next few months. Comatose Iron Man goes missing, Steve Rogers is wandering the country, Thor is drinking and trying to fight his people-WAIT WHAT? Captain America's return is set up, Iron Man's return is set up, but Thor just drinks and literary states "If I can't be worthy, then I'll need a drink." Aaron I don't think you actually read a Thor comic that wasn't your own and I'm pretty sure he read the Thor Wikipedia article, saw the first half of the first Thor movie and started writing. Instead of setting up Thor's return, he sets up Mangogs arrival, wait he's been doing that for months. Oh and if you wanted to read about the Avengers 10000 BC, guess what? They're in it for the first five pages and then they're gone. The rest of the story is setting up future stories! This includes Falcon Cap, Jane Thor, and Iron Heart teaming up in cringe worthy fashion. Jane tells Iron Heart to give the Avengers cry and Riri can't even freaking remember it! How the heck can you be Tony Stark's replacement when you don't even know the words "Avengers Assemble"? Listen to me now: DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! If you need any more proof then here's a line directly from the comic: "That is why Thor will make out with Captain America today."

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