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A very well written blog piece which lines out in the clearest way your love for these artists and also points out at their strenghts and weaknesses. What I liked about this is that you do not overrate the penciler's work but you also point out their weaknesses and critiques they have received from their fans and other creators as well. Very well written indeed and interesting at the same time.

Also, to add to my previous comments, I very much agree with you on almost everything that was mentioned. What I did not expect is definitely putting Hitch first, I did not see that one coming.

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In a way I am actually excited to see what he will bring to the table once he starts handling DC characters.

Yes, some of his recent runs and books have been mediocre at best but he has continued with the same good quality on Spider-Man for all these years. There are some characters that he just handles so well. Let's hope there's a particular character like that in the DC universe as well.

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Damn, I most definitely did not expect this. I am actually looking forward to this issue, it was actually a pretty good preview, but as I know King - offers a good preview but after the first few pages it all falls apart.

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@edamame said:
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Ah, fairs. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I was just asking and I know where you are coming from because my best friend had the same problem with it he wasn't really into the plot and the characters.

Yup. I was impressed with Sebastian Shaw, though. They made him really powerful.

Yeah, I liked Shaw a lot but I was disappointed by Emma Frost.

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Good points there. However, why didn't you like First Class because in my opinion it had all of the elements you mentioned and also worked better than Days of Future Past?

Unfortunately, X-Men: First Class did not have any characters that I really liked, but I still enjoyed seeing Magneto. I was also not too fond of the plot, but that is just me.

Ah, fairs. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I was just asking and I know where you are coming from because my best friend had the same problem with it he wasn't really into the plot and the characters.

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@edamame said:
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Interesting.

I only liked Logan, Days Of Future Past, The Wolverine and X2.

Why only them?

That is due to a mixture of serious tone, good action, emotion, drama, themes, etc. The others did not really have these things, in my opinion. One thing I really did not like about The Wolverine was the way the Silver Samurai was portrayed.

Good points there. However, why didn't you like First Class because in my opinion it had all of the elements you mentioned and also worked better than Days of Future Past?

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@edamame said:

Interesting.

I only liked Logan, Days Of Future Past, The Wolverine and X2.

Why only them?

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I like how Origins is at the bottom of everyone's list.

I rewatched it quite recently and I can say that this is probably the worst comic book movie ever.

That might be going a bit far. You should check out Steel, 90s Captain America, 90s Nick Fury, and some other pre-2000s movies before making that claim.

I know those are really bad and I am making a bold statement here, but tbh I am not really sure if I want to do that to myself.

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@jedixman said:

I like how Origins is at the bottom of everyone's list.

I rewatched it quite recently and I can say that this is probably the worst comic book movie ever.

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Nice. But I like Origins......

I hate that movie. Everything about it is so wrong.