The only downside is I've already read the entire run. When I buy books, I prefer to get something I haven't read before.
Thought about it but there were too many other books to buy. It's on my radar, though.
I did not know that, and I AM sad. Are the other artists good?
Not as good as him, no. It also gets annoying how often he bails past the mid point.
It's not a bad Frank. It's an interesting take on him.DR4 Frank ain't Frank
That's a fucked conversation to have man. Sorry it's happening to you.
Avengers by Busiek and Perez is pretty awesome, but man, it's too dense. It practically feels like I'm reading Crisis on Infinite Earths in terms of panels and text. Just wish it was a bit of a faster read.
I would stop reading Marvel.
Gotta say between Iger, Perlmutter and CWII: The Oath I am more than halfway there already
I didn't read The Oath yet, but SteveCap started with an interesting political angle that they never followed up on, by basically saying how people could buy into a leader even with such hateful rhetoric. Due to them being disenfranchised, out of work, low income, lack of jobs, etc. They never followed up on that past the first issue, though, and that's a huge bummer. Instead it became all about Skull and his cube shenanigans with Steve being a villainous mastermind.
I don't think moving outside of the country would prevent her from working on comics if she wanted to and in that case Marvel would just replace her with another writer.
GAF, the spouse and I just finished up Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur Vol. 2 and loved it. We're looking for something of similar quality to jump into and I'm currently between either Ms. Marvel or The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl.