WilliamLund

WilliamLund

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    Chris Bachalo is one of the very few artists I’ll follow anywhere. I love it when he’s drawn Spider-Man recently,…

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    I must admit, the last story arch of Captain America left me a little depressed. It’s not that it wasn’t…

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    This was less and epilogue to Siege than to the Original Sentry series Paul Jenkins wrote around ten years ago….

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    WilliamLund's Recent Comments
    January 18, 2013 4:37 am I know the chronology of the Marvel U is purely up to writer interpretation (and why shouldn't it be?). However, it makes sense regardless. Cyclops and the gang were 15-16 when the series began. Now, those characters are in their early to mid thirties. Even giving the benefit of the doubt, 15 years have gone by. If you told my young self there'd be whole minimart cooler bays filled with bottled water, I would ask the same question. Bendis is right on the mark here.
    December 16, 2011 5:03 pm Great article, Josh. Short, but sweet. Am I the only one who finds sexist instances in comics (like Josh's Fantastic Four examples above) both disturbing and hilarious? It's like watching Mad Men; it's so unbelievable and jarring that laughter is almost a defense mechanism.
    July 14, 2011 11:44 am I've been waiting for this a long time. Looks like it was worth it.
    April 2, 2011 5:09 pm I have to admit, while I'm glad it's a joke, it would be really interesting to see Hickman's take on the character...
    February 15, 2011 5:14 pm @JAFlanagan  Are you saying all green-dressed Asgardians with crown-like headpieces look alike? 
    February 15, 2011 4:18 pm I don't think that's Loki. I think it's Balder. Loki's helmet has horns.
    April 20, 2010 4:20 am Dv8 was a guilty pleasure of mine at a time when I was reading lots of things I didn't know I should have felt guilty for. I'll read this just to see what Wood does with it.
    April 6, 2010 4:11 pm

    It seems like their setting it up for Cable to die and Hope to be his legacy character (of sorts). But it looks a little obvious right now.

    I'm throwing my hat in the direction of Elixir. Kyle and Yost have put his character through a full circle. The climax of his arc was taking Wither down at the end of Necrosha. Also, he's sort of like an injury 'get out of jail free' card for the X-Men. And that's getting a little tired. 

    Nightcrawler's death wouldn't last long. He's half demon. Not to say it won't happen... 

    Pretty sure that's Dazzler next to Colossus. Or one of the three remaining Cuckoos. I have a feeling Fraction has some affection for Dazzler, so i doubt she'll bite it before he has a chance to have her do something. He would really have to hate disco to reintroduce her just to kill her. 

    I'd rather they surprise me like they did with Banshee and Colossus (both alive again).  The bite of their absense is gone if I suspect it. 

    Is anyone else tired of these "one will die" solicitations?

    December 23, 2009 3:33 am

    Well said and even better laid out.

    I still think it's Quartermain, though. I stopped reading after issue 13, so I'm nowhere near as informed, but I think Clay was too big a character to kill off-panel.

    October 14, 2009 3:41 am

    This conversation is turning into an analysis of the big two comic universe at the moment. If you aren't a fan of the tone they're going for, then maybe it's time for you to move on to something else. I may not like the last few Woody Allen movies, but that doesn't mean I'm going out of my way to lambast them - but I need to decide if I should stick around for another movie or buy a ticket for something else.

    I promise I won't air my internal debate on here.

    Comics have been exciting lately. If I'm frustrated about a banner on a comic, it's because the comic collector inside tells me I need everything related to it to be satisfied. I've had it since I was a kid with 'Operation: Galactic Storm'. It's unhealthy. Get over it.