Millar's Arcs Too Short?

XFactor

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Can't we all just get along??? :cry:

You're tearing me apart what with the arguing! :cry:

(Namor sucks anyways)
 

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ProjectX2 said:
What are you talking about? Millar's arc is practically 12-issues. Everything ties into one another.

With something like the Ultimates, I would say that sounds like a good idea, however, the Fantastic Four is a different animal. Excuse me for being argumentative (Really, it's creating a productive discussion so I'm not really at fault), but when things are as obscure as fighting off a diseased alteration of the team and then immediately jumping into a story where a thought-to-be-dead relative introduces the team to Atlantis is just wrong. Sure, these ideas are really great, classic in fact, but to run them together is just sloppy in my opinion.
 

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Goodwill said:
With something like the Ultimates, I would say that sounds like a good idea, however, the Fantastic Four is a different animal. Excuse me for being argumentative (Really, it's creating a productive discussion so I'm not really at fault), but when things are as obscure as fighting off a diseased alteration of the team and then immediately jumping into a story where a thought-to-be-dead relative introduces the team to Atlantis is just wrong. Sure, these ideas are really great, classic in fact, but to run them together is just sloppy in my opinion.

I kinda agree, but I'm waiting on seeing how they all tie into each other before I fully judge.
 

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