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    Default Marvel NOW!: Thanos Rising

    Jason Aaron and Simone Bianchi tell the definitive origin of Thanos beginning this April

    http://marvel.com/news/story/19963/m..._thanos_rising

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    I'll try to make room for this. Won't be easy.
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    God I hope this doesn't suck.

    I REALLY want to like this.

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    I wonder how long of a limited series it will be.
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    Bianchi is a non-starter. Worst artist Marvel has. Yes, worse than Greg Land.
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    This has to go onto my "must buy" list. Most Thanos stories sell out really quickly and are hard to come by later. Even the tpbs and GNs sell out.

    It took me years to get a complete run of Infinity Abyss, I don't intend to wait that long for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randomengine View Post
    Bianchi is a non-starter. Worst artist Marvel has. Yes, worse than Greg Land.
    I actually think Bianchi's art is probably the perfect fit for a book with a character as ugly as Thanos. Plus his art has an otherworldliness that in my opinion doesn't work on traditional superhero books. Here with the cosmic landscape, it could be good.
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    My desire to read about Thanos is being fought strongly by my desire to stay away from anything involving Bianchi.
    Hey, that tiger is flying a spaceship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherUnitNo_4 View Post
    I actually think Bianchi's art is probably the perfect fit for a book with a character as ugly as Thanos. Plus his art has an otherworldliness that in my opinion doesn't work on traditional superhero books. Here with the cosmic landscape, it could be good.
    I agree. I can't stand Bianchi's prior work, but on this it just MIGHT work. It fits.
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    Lol at taking this away from Joe Keatinge for this.

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    Looking forward to it.

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    It's really low that they couldn't have Starlin write AND draw this story. This is the same company that spit on Kirby and tried to not pay Stan Lee .
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImmortalIronFist View Post
    My desire to read about Thanos is being fought strongly by my desire to stay away from anything involving Bianchi.
    Ya, I'm am not into his style at all. If I hear good things, maybe I'll pick up the trade.

    This is type of project someone like Coipel should be doing.
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    I always thought that the Titan of Thanos's origin was the Saturnian moon, not some "far off planet."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dog View Post
    I always thought that the Titan of Thanos's origin was the Saturnian moon, not some "far off planet."
    That's what I thought, but I'm certainly not an expert.
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