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Review Group Week #263: The Avengers #10

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Postby ****** » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:03 pm

Viktor Ian Skwydde wrote:Another editorial mistake: Apparently Ant-Man and Iron Fist have met before, in the cafeteria in the pages of a Thunderbolts comic.


No one cares what happens in comics not written by The Great One. :roll:
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BlueStreak

The Red Stands for Irony

Postby BlueStreak » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:03 pm

fieldy snuts wrote:Is this issue in the running to earn the lowest score of all-time? For what its worth, I don't think it should have a score as bad as Weird Worlds :smt102



Nope. It's scoring around a 4 right now, but you figured that the British teens will bring it up.
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Rockman

Rain Partier

Postby Rockman » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:04 pm

Viktor Ian Skwydde wrote:Another editorial mistake: Apparently Ant-Man and Iron Fist have met before, in the cafeteria in the pages of a Thunderbolts comic.

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Wasn't Iron Fist under some kind of mind control in that issue or something?

I don't remember much from that run, it wasn't very good though.
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Garofani Spruzzo

Rain Partier

Postby Garofani Spruzzo » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:06 pm

AMS wrote:
Wasn't Iron Fist under some kind of mind control in that issue or something?

I don't remember much from that run, it wasn't very good though.


Yes, but Iron Fist knows who Ant-Man is in Avengers #10 while Ant-Man acts like they've never met. Ant-Man was never under any sort of mind control in T-Bolts.
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Garofani Spruzzo

Rain Partier

Postby Garofani Spruzzo » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:09 pm

I had to add a couple sentences to my review, I forgot to mention how shitty the art was. Sorry, JRJR, I don't know what happened to you but I hope it's reversible and that you heal from it someday.
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BlueStreak

The Red Stands for Irony

Postby BlueStreak » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:13 pm

Viktor Ian Skwydde wrote:I had to add a couple sentences to my review, I forgot to mention how shitty the art was. Sorry, JRJR, I don't know what happened to you but I hope it's reversible and that you heal from it someday.


Humorously, the best art in that issue came from the Ant-Man/Iron Fist scene.
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Rockman

Rain Partier

Postby Rockman » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:13 pm

Viktor Ian Skwydde wrote:I had to add a couple sentences to my review, I forgot to mention how shitty the art was. Sorry, JRJR, I don't know what happened to you but I hope it's reversible and that you heal from it someday.


His super hero stuff hasn't been the same since World War Hulk it seems.

His stuff on Kick Ass/ Kick Ass 2 was good though.
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BlueStreak

The Red Stands for Irony

Postby BlueStreak » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:15 pm

AMS wrote:
His super hero stuff hasn't been the same since World War Hulk it seems.

His stuff on Kick Ass/ Kick Ass 2 was good though.


That's because a second artist touches up his sketches.
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Rockman

Rain Partier

Postby Rockman » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:17 pm

BlueStreak wrote:
That's because a second artist touches up his sketches.


o rly?

Thinking back I will amend my statement a bit. He did the art on The List: Punisher, which was very good.

I think the problem is that his bread and butter is doing single character books like Spider-man. Doing an ensemble cast seems to wear him a down. The first issue of WWH was awesome, but then it went down from there. Everything else he's worked on since then has mostly been ensemble I think.
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Garofani Spruzzo

Rain Partier

Postby Garofani Spruzzo » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:19 pm

Johann Snow wrote:
No one cares what happens in comics not written by The Great One. :roll:


I am going to ignore this blatant attempt to give me an aneurysm. :roll:
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BlueStreak

The Red Stands for Irony

Postby BlueStreak » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:22 pm

AMS wrote:
o rly?

Thinking back I will amend my statement a bit. He did the art on The List: Punisher, which was very good.

I think the problem is that his bread and butter is doing single character books like Spider-man. Doing an ensemble cast seems to wear him a down. The first issue of WWH was awesome, but then it went down from there. Everything else he's worked on since then has mostly been ensemble I think.


Yeah, the first issue of Kick-Ass 2 showed the entire process. He only does the layouts and basic sketches. A second artist fills in details and touches them up.
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Stephen Day

Wrasslin' Fan

Postby Stephen Day » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:47 pm

fieldy snuts wrote:Is this issue in the running to earn the lowest score of all-time? For what its worth, I don't think it should have a score as bad as Weird Worlds :smt102


No, it doesn't deserve to have a really low score. Like I said, Its not horrible, but its not all that great an issue either.
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Garofani Spruzzo

Rain Partier

Postby Garofani Spruzzo » Sat Feb 26, 2011 7:01 pm

Stephen Day wrote:
No, it doesn't deserve to have a really low score. Like I said, Its not horrible, but its not all that great an issue either.


It's not even good writing for Bendis, it's poorly edited and terribly illustrated.

The book deserves a low score.
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Zero

Zombie Guard

Postby Zero » Sat Feb 26, 2011 8:40 pm

Literally everyone involved in this comic has produced exceptional comics in the past. The fact that this was as terrible as it was is baffling.
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Eli Katz

OMCTO

Postby Eli Katz » Sun Feb 27, 2011 2:23 am

BlueStreak wrote:
Yeah, the first issue of Kick-Ass 2 showed the entire process. He only does the layouts and basic sketches. A second artist fills in details and touches them up.

It's Tom Palmer who does finishes. Palmer is a living legend, having inked Neal Adams' work for Marvel, John Buscema's two Avengers runs, and Gene Colan's Tomb of Dracula.

He deserves his name on the front cover of every Kick Ass issue; he makes the comic worth looking at.

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