I would like to see more Marvel work from Rob Williams. I am quite fond of his Cla$$war book.
When the 1st death of Daken which was written by Williams March 2012, I had been literally crying and crying for at least a few weeks. I think that was his fantastic work.
While, November 2012, Remender's 2nd death of Daken was boring for me.(Zzz..) There was nothing dramatic or touching emotions as compared with Williams wrote, but I felt there was a pre-established harmony of the sacrifice for Logan by Remender, Aaron, and Marvel's aspiration.(imo) When a book was over I sneered to myself, my wasted time, wasted money and my fond hope for them "Father and Son".
Williams.. I really didn't like his downgraded Daken at all, but even though I've still been feeling that, He is the true gem, really an excellent writer of Marvel. so I think I'd like to read more Williams books of another character on Marvel.
Last edited by soyokaze; 01-24-2013 at 11:10 AM.
He's one of the driving voices on 2000AD at the moment, and is also working on a few different books for Dynamite.
he's been involved in a big crossover story in 2000AD that wrapped not long ago.
He's just been solicited now as the writer for a new series in Dynamite's line of pulp her ongoings. Miss Fury. Sort of the same thing that happened with David Liss when he his books at Marvel got canceled.
Unlike Liss, I won't miss Williams at all, however. I didn't read Daken, but I found his Ghost Rider to be almost unreadable.
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