Last edited by wyokid; 02-06-2012 at 09:46 PM.
Do you think Hickman will write Ultimate Comics: Ultimates 2 or am I thinking too far ahead.
There will be no UCTU2 unless UCTU gets cancelled. It's an on-going, not a mini.
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it's not a clone of Warren, it's his actual body but nothing of his personality or memories is there. Also he has his normal looking skin, but the metal wings. You may have already noticed that in WaTXM thought
1) Find a bad guy
2) Be Wolverine
Bring Back Ultimate Wolverine...again!
That is true.
Check out this beatiful Wonder Woman #9 cover:
Great tribute to Marston, having Wondy all tied up nicely. <3
end of spoilers At first I thought that was just the way Bradshaw spoilers:
and wondered why Warren's wings looked so weird.
end of spoilers Also, I don't understand why he began disrobing himself.
drew angel wings so I dismissed it, until now.
Last edited by MrV; 02-06-2012 at 11:22 PM.
Of the DC books in the top 50 (22 books), only five are not directly related to one of those four franchises. Three of them are solo books of JL members and one is Teen Titans, which has a definite relation to JL. So depending on how picky you want to be, you could argue that only Swamp Thing stands on its own in DC's top 50 presence.
DC might have a little more variety with their lower tier books, but they still put their biggest emphasis on the big franchises. You're also ignoring a lot of variety in Marvel's lesser books. Thunderbolts, Punisher, Daredevil, Black Panther, SHIELD are all books that are, at most, loosely related to the Avengers franchise.
There's also Storm, who was the center of the most recent Avengers cover, Jessica Jones, Ms Marvel, Spider-Woman, Squirrel Girl and Victoria Hand. And that's only counting the Bendis books; Secret and Academy both have plenty of female characters as well.Avengers' is the top franchise at Marvel right now and the only female they're really pushing out right now is just Valkyrie for example. Luke Cage might be a leader, but he just gets his ass kicked over and over again.
I have no investment in it. I'm usually not this rough on miniseries, in fact I actually prefer miniseries more than ongoings.
Black Panther gets canceled like i said, Thunderbolts is reaching cancellation numbers, SHIELD is just a limited series am i correct? Punisher is also a sinking ship, but Daredevil climbed in December with 500 new readers, not the best climb, but a climb is a climb for what CBR called the #1 comic of 2011.Thunderbolts, Punisher, Daredevil, Black Panther, SHIELD are all books that are, at most, loosely related to the Avengers franchise.
Like i said the only Avengers they're really pushing is Valkyrie thru Fearless. What have any of these female characters done recently to get fans excited? Squirrel Girl is just a nanny who got an backstory with Wolverine, Spider-Woman and Hawkeye are now dating and thats really about it, right?There's also Storm, who was the center of the most recent Avengers cover, Jessica Jones, Ms Marvel, Spider-Woman, Squirrel Girl and Victoria Hand. And that's only counting the Bendis books; Secret and Academy both have plenty of female characters as well.
The new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man confirms my suspicions. This looks like utter crap.
I literally typed that in right after I watched it. It looks so cliche, Lizard looks like crap, the dialogue was terrible, filtered lighting, overacting, and terrible CGI.