i'd like to know the story behind the Young Masters disassembling. Executioner and Egghead continued on with new Masters recruits. and Egghead went on to work for Zodiac (who sort of looks like Jeremy and has possession of a zodiac key, come to think of it). but weren't Big Zero and Egghead sort of attached at the hip? weird.
Last edited by Monty_Cristo; 08-01-2012 at 04:15 PM.
60% percent of the time, Ant-Man beats Doom every time
Yeah pretty major split.
Melter is working for the Mandarin. Interesting story there probably.
Black History Month & 29 Days in February
S/D, why panic over a death that may or may not happen. And if Gage does kill a character, you know it'll have meaning, not just be "this story needs a death so it feels more important."
Also, whereabouts in New Hampshire are you? (That's where I grew up.)
I would pay good money for a Laura/Finesse road-trip book.
The dreams and ideas of free men are as an army of shadows, and as impossible to strike down...
"Yes, you're better than you ever were, but I'm still me."
I'm not too worried about people dying in this arc. Gage isn't the type to kill someone off needlessly. If anyone dies, it'll be because the story needed them to die. But I'm betting they all survive. However, Mettle and Hazmat are likely to get their powers back.
I did enjoy all the AvX bashing.
And I wonder how the nanites could affect mutants. If that kind of tech can be used to rewrite mutant DNA, then doesn't that kind of solve the no more mutant problem? Although, there are just so many obvious ways that the tech could be misused.
Although, Jeremy's reveal of his plan seems a bit contrived. He should have been genre savvy enough to incapacitate everyone before telling everyone his plan.
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Great start to what promises to be a big-time storyline. Jeremy Briggs might be an annoying prat but damn, does he ever make a compelling argument. I like that Gage has continued to portray him this way, even though Briggs is being hypocritical and not caring about the consequences. Definitely appreciated the not-so-subtle shots at the various Marvel events over the last few years.
As for mutants, it worked on Laura. Obviously, it turns their powers off. I don't think it rewrites DNA, it just targets and neutralizes the genes that give them their powers.
Double post. The site's acting weird for me today.
This book wasn't very good. Dinosaur boy was the only standout.
I sware, leaving the New X-Men rejects and turning against Utopia was the best thing to ever happen in Laura's Life. Just for the insanity of it all, Jubilee and Gambit should tag along in a future Finess and X-23 adventure.
I also loved the issue's anti-event rhetoric. It's like Gage read various comicbook forum's and cared about the reader's oppinions.
I just get attached to characters, ya know? I very much love to see them get bigger and greater parts of the Marvel Universe. Mettle and Hazmat became my favorite two characters from this book. They're the two I immediately think of with this book.
I know something big is going to happen to those two, but that makes the wait all the more unbearable! (I'm drawing Hazmat art as we speak!!!)
I'm a very paranoid person. I was known to be jumpy in class.You've clearly never met S/D.
His super power is panic. ♥