Re: I agree.
Posted by Baal on 8/10/2007, 16:41:54, in reply to "I agree."
: In the seventies, Marvel comics were one of
: the best comic books you can read and enjoy.
: Yesterday, I bought Spider woman essential.
: I had a smile on my face flipping through
: the pages of Spider Woman essential and
: thinking about the good times of Spider
: woman fighting the rogue of villains,
: Man. I Spider woman's agility moving through
: the air with ease hitting her foes and
: dodging rays/bullets without getting hit.
: Sometimes, Spider woman gets caught off
: guard but she learns from her errors.
: I believe. Mr.Bendis will bring back those
: rogue of villains she had faced in her past.
: Without a benefit of doubt,Spider woman
: series will draw out her fans again and
: raising up the sales on spider woman's comic
: books again.
: --Previous Message--
: I do know that Morgan Le Fay will be
: featured in an upcoming issue of MIGHTY
: AVENGERS. I do not know if that has
: anything to do with Spider-Woman, but
: knowing Bendis, it MAY have a tiny
: It is hard to do horror & eerie in
: comics these days, especially a superhero
: character. It worked in the 70's but after
: Gruenwald took over the book , for the most
: part, the stories became standard(though
: excellent) superhero fare, with few
: exceptions like Claremont's issues and the
: last three issues under Ann Nocenti. I am
: not saying it cannot be done, but in this
: day and age it is difficult to make a
: genuine superhero comic with
: horror/supernatural overtones.
As long as we don't get a Spider-Woman-ized version of Bendis' Daredevil series. That's my big fear. Something between Ultimate Spider-Man and the original Spider-Woman would be to my liking.
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