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Friday, September 22, 2006

The Weekend Comics Chat Open Thread - the I'm Confused Again Edition!

Well, did you get to read CIVIL WAR #4 yet?

Anything else?



At 9/26/2006 8:49 PM, Blogger G-evan said...

I'm going to comment since no one else has...
I don't feel like typing, so here's my really really really quick capsule review: great week.

At 9/28/2006 3:00 AM, Blogger Linnen said...

Civil War #4 made me hate Civil War! So much dumb stuff packed between two covers that I'm temped to take it out of my box. Oh well, I've come this far with it.....and I won't have to worry about another issue coming out till X-mas probably.

Bad stuff all around.

At 9/28/2006 10:15 AM, Blogger G-evan said...

Why was it bad? I mean, I understant differing opinions, but was it because Thor was a clone, Sue left Reed, or something else?

At 9/28/2006 2:33 PM, Blogger Linnen said...

Well, I reached the end of my tolerance of Reed not acting like Reed (He didn't care about Johnny being in the hospital. Doesn't seem to care that his creation point-blank killed another hero.) The main thing was seeing the last page! I find it hard to believe that men like Tony and Reed would agree to work with those folks.

Having said all this, I'm not a big Marvel guy - I only read 3 of their books, so most likely you know better than I do about these characters.

At 9/29/2006 11:50 AM, Blogger G-evan said...

Well, Reed has always been a bit of an idiot, somewhat, so I'm ready to see him turned into a bad guy of some sort. He was always a bit of a bad spouse (from what I read), and I think it was perfectly justified for Tony to do that, because he's a drunk. (Just kidding.) No, Tony's somewhat of a good guy, and I think he either really believes in the registration act, or he's a psycho with a lot of money, power, and big suit of armor. And him not caring about Johnny, I thought that was a bit strange, but if you read the regular book, you kinda get used to him being passive with a lot of things.


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