The monster saved them all. And in their fear, they betrayed him. As they always have. As they always will.
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I really don't know where Jux is getting these ideas that Slott is some sort of mean drunk or something.
And no, I don't think Dan Slott is a mean drunk kinda guy, but I have seen on several occasions that he's making fun of how readers will react to the coming issues. And that's not very respectful in my book. He could have just said "keep reading. I think and hope you'll love it", like Stephen Wacker actually does sometimes here. But don't be so sure we just HAVE TO buy the next and next issue. I bought and read #698, and I'm still on the fence of whether it's time to get off. But I know it would take a lot to actually stop.
I'm kinda hoping for a Firestorm dual personality thing. I think having a mental antagonist trying to constanly screw with you is a fun idea worth exploring. I don't think they're gonna do that though. I'm interested to see some of the ramifications of all this. Ock has alot of information he wouldn't have had otherwise. He knows everything that Peter (an Avenger) would know and he has access to all sorts of places and technology to really mess everything up good for the heros.
Many people grew up with Peter Parker as Spider-Man. If people hear he won't be and get upset, is that really something to laugh about? I'm more of the if I'm not going to like this I won't buy it type. I'm sure Dan Slott is a swell guy and I wish him all the best, but he's not been doing a good job of making me want to read on. I might anyways, but it'll have to be something GREAT coming up.
Okay. That might be. Not sure what you mean.