>> he picked up the glove artifact and used it against the sea creatures
POORLY choreographed key scene (- actually missed this)!
>> and the super powerful artifact that can accelerate air to nearly light speed is now simply missing.
>> complete removal of the glider cape is the most dissapointing.
>> maybe the armour is to heavy
Unnecessarily detracts (from the prefectly fine original MK concept).
>> some kind of laser torch he used to cut the ship deck, probably doubles as a weapon
Logical but probably wont be used as such ever.
>> Great issue, no real complaints except the coloring tones kind of blend too often and can look like mush.
Agreed great ish for those reasons BUT with some real complaints...
: Totally awesome, loving the MK narration
: throughout, shows evolution in the writer's
: understanding of the character. As a big
: bang action comic, it's a small step ahead
: of the Spidey team up which was cool, and an
: old Fantastic Four villain managed to look
: interesting. Little motive shown, but the
: guy is a pirate...he does what he does.
: Great issue, no real complaints except the
: coloring tones kind of blend too often and
: can look like mush.
I miss my brother.
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