Review: The Avengers #7
JRJR is an aquired taste. I used to HATE the guy then when you at the pics you can almost the diagram in his work. Plus no compares to fight coreography like him. He draws the best fights in the business, and does a great job of punch for punch. There isn't a character out there I can't see him drawing. Love his style, but like I said, it's an aquired taste. Then again aren't all artists?
Haven't read this one yet, but flipping through it I was disappointed that Red Hulk looked like he was only on two pages-ish? He basically was playing the Herald of Onslaught role that Juggernaut did which wasn't the level of game-changing Red Hulk interaction Bendis has been promising on the podcast circuit.
I'll try to be patient as this was a set-up issue... but I might switch to reading this in trade, the last six-issue arc didn't really grab me as a periodical.
I love JRJR's art!
What your problem with it?
I'm mostly tired of all the X-Men-books looking the same generic mainstream art (the same could be said from most big comic events, Civil War, Siege, etc..)
JRJR is stylicized! Which is great for the industries!
I want more original art styles and such~
This issue was beyond stupid. Further proof after the Sentry, Parker Robbins needs to go...
" Terrible art from John Romita Jr. Terrible writing from Bendis. What more could you ask for? "THANK YOU! could not have said it better myself. this writing is of an adolescent-quality at BEST and is sub-moronic in plot and i've seen better artwork on the bottom of a 'effin birdcage.
can them both! I won't read an avengers until then, if ever again.
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