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New Avengers #43 (Spoilers)

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New Avengers #43 (Spoilers)

Postby Stephen Day » Sat Jul 26, 2008 8:30 pm

This was a surprizingly good issue.

Most of the duplicates in the Savage Land have come across as throwaway characters. The duplicate Captian America didn't seem to be any different in this way -- at least until this issue.

By the end I could understand the confusion he was going through as he died. It was impossible not to feel some empathy for him.

I ended up enjoying this much more than I though I would.

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Postby Cernunnos » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:42 pm

I thought it was pretty good, too. It's nice that someone started a thread about this issue without bitching about it, claiming that nothing happened.
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Postby Stephen Day » Sat Jul 26, 2008 10:17 pm

cernunnos wrote:I thought it was pretty good, too. It's nice that someone started a thread about this issue without bitching about it, claiming that nothing happened.


To be fair to the people with that point of view, not a lot did happen. What did happen was just really well written though, making it a fun issue to read.

Pitt'o Nili was a man who gave up everything, including his memories and original identity, in the name of a cause he truely believed in. He ended up dyng all alone in confusion and fear. This came across so well that it made for a very powerful and compelling story.

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