It was a decent issue,but not spectacular(heh).I loved how Slott writes Ock's thoughts and dialogue and seeing a more scientific and well prepared Spiderman,but really,i hate how dumb is MJ in this issue,considering that Ock wasn't trying hard to hide his personality.
"I am Loki Scar-Lip, Loki Skywalker, Loki Giant's Child, Loki Lie-Smith. I am Loki, who is fire and wit and hate. I am Loki. And I will be under an obligation to no one."
And I agree, at least with Force Ghost Pete, the idea of Doc Ock living it up in Peter's body is a little more bearable, but not by much because, yes, based on Doc Ock was written in this issue, he's REALLY going to annoy the hell out readers as the supposed "hero" of the title.
that maybe this is how that supposed Bleeding Cool spoiler about Dr. Strange ties into this that he was the one who prevented Peter from passing on to the other side.
So Parktavius didn't even last an issue?
700 ended weakly, and this ended weakly.
So far, I actually find Spock interesting, which is something that never, EVER came to mind when I was reading that shitstain on Spider-Man history that was Alpha. Maybe his 1950s silver age villain dialog will grate eventually, but this book has my interest as of now.
Ok, so is Peter the ghost going to allow Spock to kiss/fondle/grope/get to third base with MJ or not?
I like the execution and the concept so far. Slott renewed my faith by making Ock want to kill that bad guy. He's still evil, working as intended.
Perfect humility dispenses with modesty.
Pretty freaking hacky plot twist. I think Slott could have thought of something better than Peter as a force ghost.
Though I'm glad to see ASM #700 start to be reversed in the next issue.
Seems like she might be able to repel his advances on her own, he's acting pretty damn creepy and sleazy. I would be amazed if she doesn't notice by the end of #2 and leave.
Last edited by Dr. Chaos; 01-09-2013 at 12:16 PM.
I'm beginning to think that Hell is a comic book forum.
Actually, I'm happy with this, and I don't have any reservations about this book anymore. It gives the sense that Marvel hasn't given up on Peter yet, and that Peter himself is still fighting the good fight.