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Mark Clark
07 October 2007 @ 03:41 pm
Today is alamo_girl80's birthday. Have a good one, my dear.

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Mark Clark
07 October 2007 @ 06:04 pm
This was a nice weekend for me to read my comics and there were a few that stood out for me, especially the Spider-titles.

Marvel Comics Presents had two wonderful stories inside.  The first had to do with Spider-Man.  He wound up being brought to a League of Spider-Men.  That was interesting to say the least.  Please read it if you can get a hold of MCP.  The other one was about Ben Grimm aka the Thing.  It was told from the POV of Alicia Masters and that was fantastic.  That story was the final one in the book and it was fitting to end the first issue with that short story.

Amazing Spider-Man, Part 1 of One More Day was pretty good.  My favourite part was when Peter confronted Tony Stark and laid the smackdown on him while in the Iron Man armor.  Peter is not so friendly anymore because of the situation with May and he blames Tony for it.  I agree with that.   The surprising thing was that Tony decided to help out, through Jarvis so that May can get the care she needs.  So, Stark may be able to redeem himself and this was a start.  It will be interesting to see where the story goes from here.

Ultimate Spider-Man, Norman Osborn is out and has his sites on two people: Nick Fury and Peter Parker.  Osborn went on national TV to get his plans in motion and it seems the public will eat up his lies.  Peter told both MJ and May to get out of town so that he can deal with Osborn.  Also, we got to see May's boyfriend, Miles Warren.  Now, if anyone knows about him from the regular Marvel U, you may be leary of him like I am.  I wonder how he will have an affect on the young wallcrawler.

Some other's that I liked were: Spider-Man Fairy Tales #4, Spider-Man/Red Sonja #2, the X-Men titles with the Endangered Species backup story and Amazing Spider-Girl.  Now Spider-Girl ended on a sad note and was a wonderful read.