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Subj: Re: X-Force #4: What did you like or dislike?
Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 at 06:09:38 am CDT (Viewed 125 times)
Reply Subj: X-Force #4: What did you like or dislike?
Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 at 08:50:05 pm CDT (Viewed 149 times)

    Did not care for:
    -the messy art
    -Deathlok 'unit' still not properly identified on the Roll Call Page - not to mention storyline.
    -the ridiculous Tachyon Probability Generator element of the story - not to mention Deathlok having one.

Eh. All of that fuss for a doohickey that didn't help him much. Seriously, all the thing did was give him percentages of things that probably could have been deduced, anyway.

Uh oh-- bad thought: Ahab is now somehow an AI that will infect Deathlok.

But yeah, the art continues to be a problem.

    -confusing connection between Rachel and Kid Cable

Not confusing if you know Cable's history. Siblings. Rachel saved his life by bringing him to the future. Etc.

    -Dom and Star still seem they've taken inorganic development/direction from their ended series

Don't really see any.

    -the Transia Mutant Status is definably resolved, since this is toted as the last ish of the arc, but the overall scope/presentation and numbers/variety of the changes to the country was still definitely wanting
    -ugh! ugh! ugh! Stryfe is back

I want more Transian mutants. Really interested in that female leader.

    -the mystery tease of the cover and the twist who 'got it'

Thought it was a pretty dumb way to go. So much for him being bulletproof (and resists Emma's diamond skin and immune to Scott's blast) and his superhuman senses (he's heard people breathing from easily 100 yards away, but gets sucker struck here).

*sigh* And Squirrel Girl still breathes... grrr...

City of Heroes is BACK!
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