And interesting clash of opinion in sometimes easily digestible one sentence quotes from everyday comic readers here at the Outhouse. Now also featuring the Our Valued Customers comic.
Wolverine & The X-Men #1
"This was much better than I thought it was going to be." - Starlord
"Awesome book. Jason Aaron is the best writer in comics right now." - The President
"Loved the hell out of this book." - Holland Oats
"This book was outstanding. And for once the back matter was relevent and entertaining." - malcolm reynolds
"It's fresh, it's fun, and it's a little bit chaotic, and I wouldn't want it any other way." - TheGeek
"I thought the issue was ok... I've always been a fan of the older, more family-like atmosphere in the X-men than I have of the high-concept mutant freak conglomerate that we've seen in recent years" - GeekReaders
"This book is a lot of fun so far. I actually liked that Bachalo's art here. For the first time in a long time it was easy to follow." - avengingtitan
The Incredible Hulk #1
"Jason Aaron takes over the Hulk, and it's pretty damn good." - Punchy
"Great Book. I didn't really know what to expect out of this, but I really really liked it." - MistaT
"This was just good enough to check out the next issue." - 48THRILLS
"It's good, but Banner as a mad scientist could easily end up dumb." - rdrsfn82
"i don't know what you people are smoking, but i thought this book was completely awful." - pat
"This was pretty good. I hate Silvestri's style these days..." - Holland Oats
"I like the book but it is such a tremendous jump from what Hulk had been over the last few years that it was kinda shocking to the system." - Knuckles McSmasher
"I didn't care for the book; it was ok I guess. I'm just tired of hulk without banner stuff, I'm tired of hulk the barbarian..." - xaraan
"I loved this book" - GHERU
"I really enjoyed the issue. I'm still unsure on all the characters' relationships with each other" - chap22
"A solid issue, and an improvement over #1." - Punchy
"Superman/Clark seems to be a lonelier, more pathetic pu$$y than before. I paid $2.99 to read Superman, not Charlie Brown." - The Nacireman
"This comic is decent but it's making the same exact mistake that Amazing Spider-Man did when Brand New Day started." - Dragavon
Amazing Spider-man #672
"This was a great issue. The only thing I would have preferred is if Mary Jane kept her powers and was the new Scarlet Spider." - Dragavon
"like the rest of this arc, this was a very good issue." - Punchy
"it was fun to see Kaine evolve past being a vengeful failed clone." - fieldy snuts
"i loved this storyline, and all the tie ins were great as well." - e_galston
"The story was a bit uneven at times because too much stuff happened in tie-ins I didn't read, but this was a fantastic issue." - The President
"Epic book. Feels Luke Warren Ellis during his Stormwatch/Authority heyday" - Holland Oats
"I really wanna like this book but it always feels like there are pages missing." - avengingtitan
"I really think this is Hickman's best work in long time." - Punchy
"I'm enjoying this book a lot. Each issue keeps bringing it." - fieldy snuts
"this book has been all kinds of awesome" - GHERU
From Our Valued Customers:
To her boyfriend regarding a Vision action figure:
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Comic of the Week winner!
Justice League #2
Cover of the Week winner!
And the Outhouse got a thank you from Monocyte for the attention and win!
Moment of the Week winner!
Cap picks up Thor's Hammer
and calls for the Avengers
in Fear Itself #7
Written or Contributed by: Jeremy Shane
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About the Author - Jeremy Shane
Jeremy was born in a small mountain village of a strange foreign land called Weystvurginea. Banishment for liberal views saw him spend years wondering the east coast until he decided to bike to California. When he saw how long a trip it was, he drove instead. Now he's living it up in a low humidity climate, sometimes working on his photography and when not, he writes for us covering books (by way of his blog: Reading Realms), gaming, tv, movies, comics, conventions in the SoCal area, and creates a weekly webcomic: A Journey Through Skyrim. If you look for him offline, start in the L.A. area; online start at: www.jeremyshane.info for his profile and all the social networks he's on... or just follow him on twitter, he seems to be on there a lot: @jeremyshane.
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