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Postby Punchy » Sat Apr 07, 2012 11:00 am

This book is moving slowly, but it’s wherever it’s going, it’s interesting. I liked that after 3 issues of mostly talking, we ended with Amadeus unleashing his powers and kick-starting the action. It’s all well and good being a sci-fi social network, but you need some explosions occasionally. I thought the best stuff in this issue were the FBI scenes, it was interesting how none of them came out and said they were dealing with superpowers, perhaps if they said something like that they’d get fired? I also liked that Bendis is making the head FBI guy an actual character, with some hints about his back-story, rather than just a bland G-Man. Bagley’s art was good, I like that he’s using a different style here than he normally uses for stuff like Avengers Assemble (and it’s cool that he’s basically doing 2 titles at once), looser and more fitting for a book set in the ‘real world’. I’m interested to see where this is going now that Amadeus has cut loose, I wasn’t expecting it to escalate so quickly, and that’s exciting.

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