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Peter and MJ in the present time begin to wrap up their conversation with what happened next at the House…

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The issue starts out with the Ray relaying the total and complete subjugation of humanity’s free will to the Anti-Life…

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February 21, 2011 10:24 pm Planet Hulk: The Game

Moon Knight: Multiple Choice (Play the game as Marc Spector, Steven Grant, or Jake Lockley with differing game mechanics for each)
January 15, 2011 5:03 pm I found the Green Hornet to be a pretty fun yet weird movie. It wasn't always sure what it wanted to be at times and Diaz and Waltz just seem to be just "there" and that's all. Seth Rogen's overly-long rants did kind of wear on me but when he was good he was great. It's a movie that's not going to be for everybody.

As for the whole killing thing, it was a life or death situation, and besides...they're supposed to be criminals, anyway. Not to mention the whole "He knows I'm the Green Hornet" thing which needed to be taken care of.

Overall, I enjoyed it for the simple, fun romp that it is. It wasn't epic win, but it wasn't epic fail, either.
September 11, 2010 2:19 am No problem.
September 11, 2010 1:01 am

So a new, unexpected and exciting direction is that he have his marriage sold to Satan because his wife/girlfriend was written to be a complete twit, he gets to bed-hopping with a couple of girls (Black Cat and his roommate to name two and Carlie Cooper, Quesada's mary sue is in the running) he gets black-balled from his public profession and made unhirable by anyone's standards because he tried to save his boss's job, his love life is in shambles, now just because MJ says "Get over me already" he suddenly feels like he can take on the world? This is the kind of stuff that would get you an "F" in creative writing if it were a kindergarten course! 

Storytelling of this suckitude gets no breaks, no mercy and no quarter from me. This is, hands down, the worst story I've read all year and it rivals its predecessor in terms of pure putrid storytelling. 

August 4, 2010 11:31 pm

What would you wish to debate?

MJ saying that Peter's life as Spider-Man is comparable to living with her emotionally and physically abusive father? Yes, let's tell the superhero who goes out and saves lives that he's no better than a dead-beat, child-hitting scum of humanity. Because that makes so much sense.  

MJ and Peter staying together but never marrying because she wants to have kids (and somehow marriage means you HAVE to have kids)?  But she doesn't want to bring them into a world where their daddy could be away alot because he has to fight bad guys and save the world. Okay, I can buy that concern about her not wanting to marry Peter because he's Spider-Man. I can grant you that some folks would have concerns of having a child in this lifestyle. Speaking as someone who had a father in the Military for my formative years...I can say that as much as I would've loved to have him around all the time, I can understand why he would go for months or a year at a time on Navy cruises. And I not only do I not resent him for it, I think he's perhaps the greatest man I have ever known. But hey, that's just dumb ol' me, right? 

The fact that Peter Parker revives Aunt May, despite the doctors using actual medical means to bring her back, using only CPR when somehow no one else (NO ONE) could save her. He didn't think to use CPR on her when she was shot? For that matter, did MJ not think to use it?The fact that Peter using CPR to save his Aunt could've been done in the original continuity! And from the looks of it, it would've worked! Peter and Mary Jane essentially sold their marriage down the river for NOTHING!

 The notion that Peter and MJ living as bf/gf for all this time...and they never once talk about the night of monumental fail? Not once? MJ's not curious about it at all? At the time of the wedding I could buy she didn't want to hear it but by this point she STILL hadn't known? 


Ready when you are. 

July 31, 2010 4:07 am This story is absolute scum. OMD was idiotic enough, but O.M.I.T. in just one issue has made the worst story written in comics seem even more deplorably stupid than it was before.
May 18, 2009 12:30 pm The article as a whole makes a very compelling argument for finales of all kinds. Although even if some questions are unanswered, like in real life, endings are for the betterment of a story.