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Name: will jibaja

Bio: Comic fan from the 80's, seeing the Teenage ninja turtles in black and white.  Wondering whether or not to spend my money on this comicbook called Lone Wolf and son.  Too cheap to vote to decide whether or not to save Jason Todd.

wjibaja's Recent Comments
March 11, 2010 3:28 pm Awesome... we knew this had to happen.
February 3, 2010 4:07 pm

I'm not stating this to argue or to upset anyone but come on...

We all say that "This book is sacred" and "no one but Moore and/or Gibbons" can touch it.  Then they announce some fever-dream team like Neil Gaiman/Grant Morrison and John Cassaday/Frank Quitely and people would line up.

Moore said what he had to.  Gibbons probably wouldn't care unless they spell his name wrong wrong on the royalty check.  I wouldn't pick it up but we all know most people would or will and then place it in plastic and place it behind their original 12-issue run.  It's a business people.

November 19, 2009 10:53 am

DD comment

I can see your opinions and humor on most of your points except this one. The guy's blind and can hear the couple two blocks away making love as well as the mouse fart next door.  During the day he can filter it out, but as he's trying to rest I'd think it would be a nightmare.

Imagaine a noisy neighbor next door playing music extremely loud, but not for just one night... I mean every night.

Just a humorous remark... fine. Hate the movie... okay.  Hate Affleck for Gigli, couldn't agree with you more. Send me your Paypal info and I send in my 2 cents.

November 2, 2009 4:47 pm

I dunno if this is the White Queen referenced but what the heck... 


December 11, 2008 7:52 pm Classic story telling.  Great plot and dialog by Andrew Kreisber and pencild by Scott McDaniel.
December 11, 2008 7:16 pm After the mess that the last arc, I'm not having fun guys.  I wanna love this book but it failing for me.
December 11, 2008 6:55 pm Marc Sumerak wrote a straightforward story of the 5 stages of grief using about 3 to 4 pages depicting the Marvel U with the death of Iron Man.  An interesting read and a complete ! and done storyline that gives you enough to wonder how would this world fair without Iron Man in control of Shield and Captain America left alive.
December 11, 2008 6:34 pm Nothing really revolutionary occurs in my opinion but with that said we see a consistantly entertaining and well drawn series that you have come to expect if you are a fan of the series.  Not a good jumping on point but for fans of the series another solid issue.
December 11, 2008 6:30 pm

Where Bendis has taken the time to build the The New Avengers into Secret Invasion and then try to shoehorn and continue the storyline into the next event fell short for me.  The price of the comic for $3.99 wasn't disappointing for me due to the page count but the faces of Maleev's interpretations of these characters and the tone of Bendis' characters just disappointed me.

BMB spoke to John Suindres on Wordballon and he stated the user shouldn't judge the first issue about the story and let it build to the entire arc. I can understand that but when the tone isn't to your liking you gotta just jump ship.

Sorry Marvel, see you next event.