Whether it makes me mad or not I think is a secondary consideration.I might be mad, I might be sad, I might be glad. I might have read one too many Dr. Seuss books. But the point is just because one or two issues make me mad is secondary to whether or not it leaves things in an interesting or satisfying place. If, for instance, they just kill of Peter Parker, then while I'll be disappointed, what will keep me from reading Superior is that Superior doesn't have Spider-Man in it. And that's why I buy this book.
When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.-C.S.Lewis
I'll be like
IM NEVER READING SPIDER-MAN AGAIN
THIS ISN'T THE SPIDER-MAN *I* KNOW
And then comment on every future event for the next 5 years like a jilted ex-girlfriend.
You think I won't? Watch me.
If the next issue angers me, I will address the ceiling of my godforsaken man-cave as "SLOOOOOOOTT" and then post an endless series of indignant remarks about how disappointed I am that Superior Spider-Man does not take place on the frigid shores of a certain mid-western body of water.
Anyways i dont get angry by reading comics,at most if a comic book stops being entertaining or having quality i just stop reading them.
So the question of this topic is a moot question to me.
Pull List:Uncanny Avengers,Avengers,Superior Spider-Man,Daredevil,All New X-Men,Hawkeye,Captain America,Thor:God of Thunder,Swamp Thing,Morbius,Thunderbolts,Iron Man,Fatale.