RickyUnstoppable's Recent Comments
September 13, 2009 7:32 am What?? Lex Luthor and Brainiac are the villains in this book?? I should be reading this as my Superman book instead of World of New Krypton.
September 13, 2009 6:58 am I was reading X-Men in 1991. I re-read my issues of X-Men 1-3 and got issues 1-7 of XMF. I can't say I love these stories, but I am going to stick with the series for a while because it's the closest thing to time travel I will ever experience. Besides, this is great book for teens, if I was 14 I would still love it. So I can't knock it for not totally appealing to me when I am in my now in my 30s. I found the ads from the 1991 comics so funny, I emailed two of them out to my friends. So I am glad to see the Days of Marvel Past ads, which I assume are in all of Marvels books right now.
September 8, 2009 2:17 pm @ Owlyfan - I am not collecting any other mutant book right now, but if this story comes back into current continuity then I probably will start reading a few more x-books. I think Marvel should let the fans know what their plans are with this book. The TV show LOST started spinning its wheels during season 3 because the writers didn't know when to end the story. I hope that's not the case here. I like to know with all new titles (that have an end) about how long they see the book lasting. And that goes especially for this book because it has such a clear plot. Maybe the book can go on after the Bishop chase story is done, but I wonder when will that story be concluded?
September 4, 2009 4:08 pm @Josh - thanks for pointing that out. I had looked there but on my screen the "make this your pick" button was almost entirely washed out and very difficult to see.
September 4, 2009 12:01 am I'm a new user. How do I select my POW?
September 3, 2009 11:22 pm Isolation, alienation, subjugation! MAYHEM!!! Saw the IF interview with the creator and thought "meh." But I saw how many pulls it had and then saw it was only $1. I am sooo glad I picked it up. Bizarre and unique. A great setup. Consider me on board.
September 3, 2009 11:01 pm As a fan of things bizarre, I really wanted to love this comic. Unfortunately I rank it just above average. Comedy is extremely hard to do in comics and satisfy me. The comic started out so bad I instantly regretted buying it. But there were some parts that had me legitimatley lol ("The Blue Hair"). I would only recommend this book to hard core Marvel fans interested in seeing a different take on these characters.
September 3, 2009 10:48 pm Loved it. The art breaks away from the established Marvel Zombie dark aesthetic and by doing so, makes the numerous disturbing and shocking moments resonate that much stronger. It's very easy to read a comic/book and be bored. More than anything when I read, I want to be moved. That is what entertains me. And this book definitely accomplishes that. Highly recommended. My only negative comment is I don't think the Watcher, of all characters, needs to have ripped biceps.
September 3, 2009 10:27 pm Hello all, this is my first post. I've been loving this comic for a long time now. I was reading comics when Cable first came on the scene but I haven't been reading much for X-books in the last 15ish years. For me, this series has given meaning to both Cable and Bishop, something I have wanted for a long time. However, this particular issue has me kind of worried. I really don't know what The Brood has to do with this story in the big picture. Maybe there is a history there that I don't know about, but I am worried that the series will start to throw random villains to overcome. I enjoy it is a sci-fi survival story with characters that makes sense. Also, a story like this needs an ending. Does anyone know when it is coming? Thanks.