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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sat Apr 28, 2012 8:21 am

The post-Aaron era of Wolverine begins with a story that brings back one of his villains, Doctor Rot. But this is a very different story from that first one, and it looks like being a lot of fun. I’m not familiar with Cullen Bunn’s work, but he does a good job here, his voice for Wolverine is good and the ideas on show here demonstrate that he’s got a twisted sensibility that suits Wolverine, Those brain-monsters were creepy. Paul Pelletier has been a favourite of mine ever since She-Hulk and his work on the cosmic Marvel titles, he’s not particularly flashy, but his work is just perfectly suited for superhero stories, a sort of cross between Mark Bagley and Alan Davis. I love that his Wolverine is really short and stocky. I’m looking forward to the rest of this arc, and it’s just a shame that Bunn and Pelletier aren’t the permanent creative team. Instead we get Loeb who is very hit and miss.

The Bass

Postby The Bass » Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:00 am

Yeah, its a shame we're getting a proven sales success creative team coming onto the book.
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HNutz

Rain Partier

Postby HNutz » Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:08 am

The Bass wrote:Yeah, its a shame we're getting a proven sales success creative team coming onto the book.


So you'd rather have a bad story that sells well than a better story that might not sell as good?

Not saying that it's a given that the Loeb story won't be good... but it's fairly likely, given his recent track record

The Bass

Postby The Bass » Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:47 am

HNutz wrote:
So you'd rather have a bad story that sells well than a better story that might not sell as good?

Not saying that it's a given that the Loeb story won't be good... but it's fairly likely, given his recent track record


What recent track record? I like his work, I like his recent track record. Hell, going on recent track record, Bunn should be excoriated as the guy responsible for that Fearless mess.
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HNutz

Rain Partier

Postby HNutz » Sat Apr 28, 2012 10:00 am

The Bass wrote:
What recent track record? I like his work, I like his recent track record. Hell, going on recent track record, Bunn should be excoriated as the guy responsible for that Fearless mess.


I don't know Fearless. But I DO know Ultimates 3 and Ultimatum...

The Bass

Postby The Bass » Sat Apr 28, 2012 10:10 am

Yeah, and I know Superman For All Seasons and Daredevil Yellow.
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HNutz

Rain Partier

Postby HNutz » Sat Apr 28, 2012 10:21 am

What do you like post-Sam Loeb?

The Bass

Postby The Bass » Sat Apr 28, 2012 10:29 am

His Hulk run (I've been a fairly big booster of the run for a while anyway), New Ultimates, The Ultimates Annual, with Pants-Less Hulk.

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