ZacGoyette

ZacGoyette

Name: Zac Goyette

Bio: I live in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I love comics. I'm a hardcore X-Men fan. I have been reading X-Men as long as I have been reading comics which is about 20 years, but I enjoy all comics, mainstream or indie, and any genre.

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    The moment I have been waiting for finally happened this is issue. Aaron clearly defines the philosophical differences between Cyclops…

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    Uncanny X-Force is the best Superhero book are the market. Remender continues to take concepts from the 90’s and make…

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    October 22, 2011 10:44 am Agreed. I would love to see Jean back without the Phoenix Force. I think having Jean back adds a lot to the story potential to the X-Men. All the character reactions and interactions, and the shift it could bring. A lot has happened since she died, and there is potential for a lot of stories there.
    September 5, 2011 12:46 pm This is why I am really starting to love this site. I hate the negativity that flow through so many other websites. All that negativity is a drain on the enjoyment of comics, and what people like is subjective. I appreciate the overall positive vibe that you guys give off. Thanks!
    August 31, 2011 12:09 am I can't understand someone wanting the DC relaunch to fail. If they are a hit, its a great moment for comics. It forces all the publishers to up their game and makes the medium better as a whole. As for the tension, times are changing. Change can be very scary especially during a time when things aren't at their strongest. That may not be the case for all the tension, but whether they admit or not, everyone is worried about trying to make their place in this changing landscape in the comics industry. If I were a comics creator, I would be very concerned about the future. I don't think industry is dying by any means, but it will be drastically different 10 years from now if not sooner. Just as a fan of the books, I am concerned about how I will get my comics. I can't imagine what it would be like if I was making comics for a living.
    August 30, 2011 11:53 pm I am looking forward to a handful of the DC relaunch books. I hope it is successful as a whole. Me being the X-Nerd that I am, the thing I am most excited about is the end of Schism and the Regenesis launch. The X-Men have been long overdue for an overhaul like this, and I like that Jason Aaron is behind this. I like the idea of each book having a separate roster. I can't wait for this to hit and I can't wait for the knock down drag out fight between Wolverine and Cyclops. It's an exciting time to be an X-Men fan!
    August 28, 2011 12:04 pm I think the thing that is missing from some superhero comics now is that there is nothing Super about them. Some of these characters are suppose to inspire and people are supposed to be in awe of them and the amazing things they do. For example, the last time I thought Superman was actually Super was in Allstar Superman. Same with Invincible Iron Man. I liked the tone of the book a lot more in the beginning than I do now. I like some of the real world heavy consequence stories, but I think that the balance is too far one way. I think Mark Waid is getting it right in Daredevil. Although Bendis' run is one of my favorites on any character, it's nice to let these characters breath once in a while. It was a great move by Marvel to do what they are doing with DD. Being heroic shouldn't necessarily be this heavy cross to bear. I'm hoping DC gets it right with the relaunch.
    August 28, 2011 11:50 am I have been somewhat choosy about which books I will be picking up in the NuDCU, but I will definitely be trying this one out. I like the creative team and I like most of the JSA characters. I hope some of the newer generation characters are going to be used. Stargirl was one of my favorites on the team. There are certain characters that I hope show up. Wildcat, Dr. Fate, Hourman, and Captain Marvel. The fact that it is on Earth-2 is interesting as well.
    August 26, 2011 7:16 pm I read a majority of Marvel, but I am not a brand loyalist. I follow specific characters for sure, but I also follow creators. There are certain creators that will get me to buy whatever book they are working on regardless of what company or even what character they are working for or on. Guys like Bendis, Johns, Aaron, Brubaker, Rucka, Bachalo, and Skottie Young. I don't care what they are working on, if there name is on it, I will buy it.
    August 4, 2011 5:53 pm I like Fishburne as actor a lot, but I think he is miscast as Perry White. Am I the only one who thinks he could make a bad ass Lex Luthor? I could totally see him in the role and he could very easily pull off a Clancy Brown type of Luthor, which is the voice I always hear when I am reading comics with Luthor in them.
    July 15, 2011 9:29 am I really enjoyed Brubaker's run on DD. I thought it was great, it just so happen to come right after what I consider probably the best run on the character with Bendis and Maleev, which I think may underscore how great Bru's run on the book was.
    July 14, 2011 10:06 pm Daredevil Yellow is amazing as is Guardian Devil and all the others listed above. I will always have a soft spot for the Karl Kessel/Cary Nord run. I enjoyed Joe Kelly's run too.