by MadGoblin » Tue Jul 27, 2010 5:07 am
by Donomark » Tue Jul 27, 2010 9:14 am
Read at your peril.
by CrazyChris » Tue Jul 27, 2010 2:09 pm
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by Spider-Dad » Mon Sep 06, 2010 11:11 pm
by MadGoblin » Tue Sep 07, 2010 6:08 am
Spider-Dad wrote: But what surprised me is a fairly significant moment that you left out, and that is the return of Uncle Ben, albeit briefly. In issue #500 is Peter gets the "gift" of talking to Ben again, and it is one of the best parts of that issue and one of my favorites during the JMS era.
Spider-Dad wrote:For me, I had just returned to comics with JMS, so I enjoyed his totem "crap". Especially the fact that Peter was not sure Ezekial was right and I interpreted that Peter somewhat rejected he was part of a grander plan.
Spider-Dad wrote:I was not happy win Sins Past, (Norman did Gwen, but Peter never did???? WTF?)
by Donomark » Tue Sep 07, 2010 2:15 pm
MadGoblin wrote: To this day I can't tell you with ANY degree of certainty how a woman will react, pregnant, not pregnant, during the 5 days or not....and that's even after 21 years and two kids...
by Spider-Dad » Tue Sep 07, 2010 8:18 pm
MadGoblin wrote:Spider-Dad wrote: But what surprised me is a fairly significant moment that you left out, and that is the return of Uncle Ben, albeit briefly. In issue #500 is Peter gets the "gift" of talking to Ben again, and it is one of the best parts of that issue and one of my favorites during the JMS era.
Uh, I had very mixed feelings about that scene. It kind of annoyed me that it was precipitated by an act of Dr. Strange's, which may neither be here nor there, and something that bugged me and no one else. Plus, was he really talking to Ben, or was it an illusion that Strange concocted to give him a moment's happiness, since Strange knows who he is (or did until the mindwipe which was Mephisto's originally,but due to the linear theory of time couldn't have been because...eh, I'll get into that later) and how tortured he is? I think Nate Grey did something similar for Peter once, giving him a memory of Aunt May while in his sleep. And you'd think I could relate to a scene where someone gets to speak with a long-dead parent and essentially "close the book," but it did nothing for me. Yet the dialogue-free last panel of one of Paul Jenkins' stories totally tore me up. Can't explain it.
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