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I've never been that interested in War Machine before, but I may give this a look given Nick Spencer is writing.
Also, I notice its a $2.99 book (after issue #1), which helps.
the whole vibe i'm getting from this is that the person beneath the armor isn't important.
I'm really looking forward to this. The plans they have and the new armor make it sound like Rhodey is going to be in good hands.
"That's not just "one man"! That's TONY FREAKING STARK. You're intel should've warned us that he was James Bond and "Q" wrapped in the same guy!" Cobra
Hopefully this series is better than the recent one.
Not saying it was bad, just wasent as good as it could be
Pull List: The Avengers, Avengers Assemble, New Avengers, Secret Avengers, Iron Man, and The Ultimates.
Taking rhodey as the man depicted in both the old IM run and the most recent war Machine series...I think Rhodey is more of an action hero than Tony- and more prone to doing what's right and damn the consequences!
Even if what is right is killing bad guys that the law cant touch.
I want more of that guy- not Fracton's depiction as mostly window dressing.
Tension, Apprehension, and Dissension have begun.
I kinda like the new armor, but it just needs to be more bulky.
I always consider The War Machine armor to be more of the SUV while The Iron Man armor was the sportscar.
how can you have the war machine armor without the shoulder cannon? eh.. I also feel that the tech-assimilation powers should still be in effect somehow. Rhodes/War Machine needs a different power set to differentiate him from being just "the black Iron Man". Also the Stane-tech angle was good, because I don't want Rhodey wearing anything that Tony can shut down with a code-word.. also Rhodes has to be given a distinct personality, having his own agendas and not being constantly deferent to Tony's views and choices.. If Rhodes wants to go after Bin Laden, he should go-- not be asking permission from his pal..
Last edited by Hypestyle; 01-14-2011 at 11:10 AM.