"Reading The Beat piece, it makes sense to me that Marvel is finally realizing that reboots and new number one issues and line-wide crossovers like "Secret Empire" are strategies that just lead to diminishing returns, and that new…"
"I've been half-aware of Cebulski over the years, mostly wondering every time I heard his name why he had a job. He's had various peripheral jobs like evaluating portfolios at conventions and doing ... something ... with outside…"
"As for Axel Alonso, The Hollywood Reporter piece notes slumping sales under his tenure, and that the Legacy relaunch hasn't set the world on fire, plus, Brian Michael Bendis defected to DC. The New York Times also notes the whole…"
"Keeping in tune with your in-story insights, Randy, I'd like to suggest that the reason all the boys paid attention to Dream Girl to the point of being rude to the other girls (out of character for most of them, especially Superboy) wasn't…"
"The Pyg has been a great villain, maybe the best so far. Truly creepy, and his fight with Gordon was genuinely exciting -- and different, something you don't see every day. (As noted elsewhere, the martial-arts fights on Arrow have become so…"
"Speaking of chain of command, one of the off-putting things to me about Orville is not the dick jokes necessarily, but that the captain is delivering them. Several times I've felt like his off-color jokes or references amounted to abuse, since…"
"I was reallyt commenting more on the delivery than specific slang per se, that and the informality and (lack of chain of command) among the officers and crew (now that I'm thinking about it.
Last night's episode had call-backs to many…"
"Okay, we had the body switch of Jax and Professor Stein, and man, it was fun to see Franz Drameh ham it up doing Victor Garber's Garberisms. Garber, of course, had to act like Drameh, and it was okay.
Line of the night: "You can just…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.