Denim wrote:It was great, while I shudder at the fact that this thing is going to have more tie in issues than Avengers members, I am looking forward to seeing more!
Denim wrote:I only bought the digital book, is there more if you buy the print one? Someone mentioned the codes on the pages.
jaydee74 wrote:How was the Nova book? Was it Richard Rider or someone else?
Batman25JM wrote:The continuity seems a little funky in issue #2. Haven't we seen the Avengers jump out of the Helicarrier in other books? Here they are attacked before they can get off. Also, where the hell did Storm come from? And Hope seems like a completely different character since last issue. Granted, the whole Phoenix Force thing can help explain that, but still.
jaydee74 wrote:When you have Scott go up against Steve Rogers, it's not even a contest. Steve will wipe the floor with him but yeah. The shield to the head was something that made me do a double take. I think I'm siding with the X-Men.
jaydee74 wrote:I'm with the X-Men mainly because I think the Avengers are acting a little too holier than thou. I wish that they would have worked more with the X-Men than the other way around.
jaydee74 wrote:I will get this in trade when it comes out as I like heroes fighting each other. I think I'm sold on Squirrel Girl. It's the swerve nobody will see coming. Still, I think it might be Aunt May. Hell, she was the herald of Galactus at one point so she has the prerequisite to have a lot of power.
jaydee74 wrote:I kind of did read that in Comic Book Guy's voice. How could I not. I also have that issue. It's a lot of fun.
Arsenal wrote:jaydee74 wrote:I kind of did read that in Comic Book Guy's voice. How could I not. I also have that issue. It's a lot of fun.
Those advertising books always were awesome. I still have a Captain America one about asthma, that I got as a kid. It still cracks me up seeing him freak out until he gets his inhaler .
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