Posted by Attok12 on 3/17/2008, 9:33 am, in reply to "Last Defenders #1 Review (Spoilers)"
Hellcat was mentioned briefly (shown with a head shot) by Nighthawk, who had supposedly said that Hellcat was willing to be on the Defenders again. |
: I really enjoyed this first issue of LAST
: DEFENDERS. While the appearances by Brothers
: Grimm and Scorcher were basically not much,
: and I didn't like not seeing the reported
: new Gypsy Moth, I was still intrigued by the
: rest of it. It was nice to see the Sons of
: the Serpent again, as well as a relative of
: that old DEFENDERS supporting player
: Pennyworth. I also liked Nighthawk's quest
: to start the Defenders again and his honest
: reaction to Iron "I Must Control
: EVERYTHING" Nazi Man's need to choose
: the roster. The subplots were cool, too,
: from the return of old Defenders baddie
: Yandroth, last seen in the first ORDER (aka
: DEFENDERS Vol.2) series by Busiek to the
: return of Krang. And the team of Nighthawk,
: She-Hulk, Colossus and Blazing Skull was an
: interesting mix, even for just two issues.
: Ultimately there will be a final Defenders
: roster of four by the end of issue six, the
: Defenders roster Yandroth mentioned as
: "fated by destiny". There will be:
: A mystic
: A brute
: A water elemental
: And one who will be strong enough to lead
: Well, Nighthawk will likely be the leader,
: while -- judging from the subplot -- the Son
: of Satan will be the mystic. so we have so
: Son of Satan
: Who will be the brute and the water
: elemental? I hope one of them will be
: female, preferably the water elemental.
: Which female has water powers in the MU? For
: that matter, which male has these powers?
: Anyway, so far, so good for Last Defenders.
: The artwork is fine enough, although a bit
: odd in places, and there's a bit too many
: joking parts, but I am looking forward to
: seeing what happens next.
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