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thefourthman wrote:Brand New Day was a little weird, but I would say it has been consistently better than average since New Ways to Die. It has its ups and downs like any other book and if you try to figure out the status quo, your head will explode, but it is fun, entertaining, and current. There is also a mix of fresh new ideas (some work, Mr. Negative... some don't, Jackpot) and a healthy splash of nostalgia.
Here's the thing, on its most basic level.
If OMD is/was the beginning of a plot that will eventually be resolved, I'm cool with it. If it was a story with no other purpose than to undo Peter's marriage, it feels too much like a DC universe reboot to me and drives me crazy. I mean, I don't care one way or the other if Peter is married to MJ. I would just like them to, at some point in the future, address and resolve what, to me, was the beginning of a story. A spider-man story doesn't END with Peter making a deal with Mephisto. Something has to happen later. When I believe that something will happen, I'll jump back on board, maybe pick up some hardcovers.