What I don't get is how Thor over his years has been down to the deepest pits of fiery hell and has practically walked on suns.
Yet he's the only to complain about how hot the Savage Land is.
ElijahSnowFan wrote:For how I view books with very large casts, this is the way to go. You have a narrative, a theme. You basically have a narrator telling you the story, with the conversations between characters serving to bridge the gaps in the narrative. When you have characters as much as 50 years old, that's absolutely the best way to go -- we've seen Thor and Hawkeye and Black Widow and Carol Danvers for years and years and years.
At this point in the history of these characters, having them offer narrative is somewhat painful. Let them do things. It's why these are comic books.
As a comic fan for 30+ years, I agree with this. But as just a pure comic fan I can't because you omit the new reader. They need to know the (old or new) characters narratives (even if it makes for some clunky writing). As Shooter used to say, every comic book is somebodies first.