Since you were so kind, here's a never before seen panel from an upcoming issue!
Yes, I buy all issues of Amazing, I'm buying this one.
Yes, I'm specifically interested in this issue on its own merits
Maybe, it will depend on forum reaction
No, this seems like filler
No, but I don't buy any issues of Amazing
That's more of the kind of thing I'm interested in getting into now. The horrors that actually exist. Furthermore, the horrors that would go ignored in a world where the X-Men and Avengers fighting takes the spotlight. The Marvel Universe's a big, big place and bad things are likely brewing in the corners that go neglected after too long.
http://joekeatinge.tumblr.com/post/2...nvinced-4-year) and I'll tell you, his run is one of the greatest of all-time. I'm thrilled to be a part of it.
I look forward to hearing what you think when you can check it out.
And please, just Joe. I love talking comics, so it's my pleasure.
I feel like the creative team on this book this time around has a much better grip on both the character and what they want to do with him. I feel like this book should do fine, especially looking at some of the covers...
And, of course, the long awaited costume redesign. One thing I never liked about his 90s costume was that it reminded me too much of him being a "vampire". It was just too 90s goth. And as many of us agree, his classic costume has probably stuck around so long because there are few alternatives that look as natural. Keep him in jeans and a hoodie, seriously, I think it could work.
I wish they updated the whole design of the character so outdated. If I got the cash I'll read this. I just wish Lizard was the one getting a series.
However, the fact that they're not doing this suggests that maybe Slott and company have something else planned?
As for the redesign, they're putting Morbius, a character known for either dressing only in costume, or for wearing mostly suits out of costume, in jeans, a t-shirt, and a hoodie. Even if it's just for a few issues, that's a pretty radical change.
Let me add my many thanks to the long list here already. Talking with comic writers is often such a great time, so I appreciate you saying hello.
In your interviews, I feel like you've done a good job explaining the tone of the book while keeping details about specific plot lines close to your vest. I'm really intrigued to see just where Morbius will find himself at the start of the series. Specifically, I'm wondering how many of the surrounding characters in 'ole Morb's life will be brand new and how many will be plucked from wherevs in the Marvel Universe - like, ratio-wise. I don't mind much either way; I'm really excited to read about Morbius no matter what. But I will say that, as far as the writer's craft goes, I do have an affection for writers who are able to creatively reinvigorate established (often obscure) characters, stories, and whathaveyous. So yeah - that's why I'm curious.
Less important question: How long until we get a reference to Morbius' time working for ARMOR?
-Pav, who whole-heartedly applauds your decision to leave the other real (and therefore not as interesting) vampires outta the book for the foreseeable future...
Support titles that need supporting. Quit buying, reading and complaining about comics you don't enjoy.
As for the Lizard, I get the feeling Dan's got some big plans there.
What's your favorite Spider-Man story of all time, Joe?
"I came to the conclusion that the optimist thought everything good except the pessimist, and the pessimist thought everything bad, except himself." -- G.K. Chesterton