Name: Robert Coleman
Bio: New Orleanian
For Comics shipping on 05/15/13
- CONAN THE BARBARIAN #16
- DREAM THIEF #1
- AGE OF ULTRON #8
- WONDER WOMAN #20
- HELHEIM #3
- WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN #29
- FATALE #14
- THE DREAM MERCHANT #1
- EDGAR ALLAN POE'S THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER #1
- B.P.R.D.: HELL ON EARTH - WASTELAND, PART 1 #107
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tripleneck's Recent Comments
May 18, 2013 2:11 am Half the fun of the comments are these out of left field hijackings by comic nerds who think they are the final arbiter of good taste & intelligent analysis.
May 17, 2013 8:24 pm Or,,,, both could be true! :P
May 9, 2013 1:03 am It must be opposite week for me because it seems like everyone else liked it and this is my least favorite issue of this series so far. I even liked part one, but I felt the art in this wasn't up to the standards I've seen previously. The story just seemed to be one long slugfest featuring some hellaciously long speeches by Clayface. Bring on another long Snyder arc; I prefer those.
April 29, 2013 2:39 pm BQ: STAR TREK!
April 25, 2013 6:58 pm You're a lot more enthusiastic about this book than I am. Let's just say that I don't like Millar's 'voice' as I've read it here. I knew that Kick Ass and other of his creator owned books were not to my taste (due to subject matter and graphic violence), so I never bought or read them. If you're a Millar fan and dig what he does, just consider that this is a case of different tastes in comics. There's room for everyone under the big top tent of funnybooks.
April 25, 2013 10:42 am I'm open to the historical parallel analogies if I thought they had been handled better. The stiff clunker-filled dialogue really killed the delivery of the message for me though. He seems a lot more at home in the scenes where the spoiled brat superkids are doing drugs and abusing groupies.
April 25, 2013 1:04 am First Millar book I've purchased. I bought it for the art. But i won't be buying #2 thanks to the ultra trite dialogue. He actually uses the "with great power" line with no sense of irony or self awareness. And the political speechifying was painful; striving to make the story feel relevant when it's just a superhero comic not literary fiction.
April 25, 2013 12:53 am Fun! Fun! Fun! And it tugged at my heartstrings, too.
April 23, 2013 11:48 pm Target audience: children. And more obviously so than Ultimate Spider-Man which i think is a good thing. It's sillier and goofier and reminded me of the Tiny Titans comic in some ways even though the character designs are not necessarily that similar.
April 22, 2013 6:25 pm I'll pile on 'cuz it seems like U B Hatin'.