Oh, it ain't nothing THAT serious.The Captain said:????????????????????
He could vibrate too. Dont underestimate the power of vibrationsicemastertron said:If you're wondering who it was, that burned the places, it was an old friend of Peter's. He went crazy from having vibranium as part of his skin. With it, he had super strength, was invulnerable to fire and was bulletproof, too.
ultimatedjf said:Quite possibly my favorite comic book this month, I reccomend everyone get it.
I laughed out loud countless times over the Peter/Wolverine bit (He punched him thru the damn window!!!! :lol: ), the ever-growing Jarvis/Aunt May love seeds, possibly Peter's best jokes I've read in years, best thought bubbles ever. I couldn't believe JMS wrote this; priceless. Though I do remember the beginning of his run having Quite A Lot Of Humor, but this.....
Definitely the best issue since Deodato started pencilling (altogether, not artwise), and the HYDRA storyline is actually intriguing and fun to read. This book has the New Avengers, which rox. There were a couple things I didn't like about this issue (mainly MJ's story), but this is definitely one of 2005's better issues. Last month's Wizard gave this issue best cover of the month also... I agree. Except the logo reeks.
Wonder why Spidey's getting dizzy (and why it ties in to his hysterical ramblings)?
9.9/10 :rockon: :rockon: :rockon: :rockon:
Agreed on all accounts. The beginning dialogue, I was like "Eh?!" Seemed a bit too cheesy, but it was ok. I did love the:Bass said:I'm so glad someone started this thread, cos I was gonna if you didn't.
While the issue still has some BS dialogue (namely this is Peter's dialogue when talking to MJ, but Stark had a nice batch of BS today - pisses me off, this is my ONLY problem with this comic and it's a recent and unwelcome addition to the book) it did two things: firstly, it's made the Hydra arc exciting and interesting! Yay! Also, it's soooooo funny. I hope the continous humour isn't because of "The Other" or something, tt's funny seeing Spidey have a conversation with himself and himself and himself. I'd like it to stay (especially as in the flashback, he's still being silly when he asks his teacher if the stuff she's teaching which is now relevant information to the terrorist strike will "be on the test").
My favourite bit was when Spidey, disguised as a HYDRA agent infiltrates their huge subterranean base, filled with giant tunnels, machines, and an army of goons doing EEEEEvil things and he thinks to himself: "So how come these guys can build all this but it's taking the city two extra months to handle the new subway extension? Unless... no, it can't be, this whole thing it's... it's.... NON-UNION! The horror... the horror... the horror.... :lol:
I totally agree with you. We should've found out what's wrong with Peter by now. And he's gonna evolve, I think, but somehow first- he's body is like de-functioning from inside.Doc Comic said:Just got done reading part three. Is it just me, or is David really dragging this out?
Exactly what is wrong with Peter? Judging from what Morlun and Tracer have said in the past three parts, Peter's de-evolving (or evolving) into an animal.
Should be able to read this today, but it doesn't say what's wrong with him?icemastertron said:I totally agree with you. We should've found out what's wrong with Peter by now. And he's gonna evolve, I think, but somehow first- he's body is like de-functioning from inside.