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Jubilee wrote:I'm going to review this book:
From the time I started reading the previously page, I knew this comic wasn't for me. Something about an ultra team getting rid of the ultrapods. Ultra this, Ultra that. I hate repetitive dialogue in comics, and this was a chore to get through. I originally stopped when the evil guy was like
"This is why you can't rely on criminals.
*a panel of him standing there
"Except me of course" The dialogue is just cringeworthy, and obviously aimed at kids. nothing wrong with that if you are a kid, but it's a chore to get through at this age. I see other people are mentioning the fact that they changed the review if they were a kid. I'm not to be doing that, I don't think it's fair on other books I havn't changed my aspect of reading for.
The cloverleaf fight sold it for me, it was just a bunch of random events which I guess would have been funnier if I was a kid. The art was sound enough though
so, and I respect the fact that you say it wasn't for you, but it's the there's nothing for me here comment that gets me, you didn't like all the humor directed at the mainstream comic. Peg Leg Pete's obvious relation to Doc Ock. The silliness of Donald and Daisy's lie about secret identities and the play on the normal Moonlighting sit com romance. Super Goof's Super Goobers. Mickey's feeling out of place even though he is one of the most able? Cloverleaf's obvious analog of Booster Gold...