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Marvel Comics - 2022 Thread

New year, new books. Donny Cates is introducing a Knull-type villain for Hulk on issue #6

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I buy nearly all digital these days but have seen some of the new Mighty Marvel Masterworks in stores, and I like the format. Its the same Silver Age content in a smaller paperback format, and I could see it appealing to kids if they can get through the wordiness. I own all these stories four times over, of course.
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Honestly, not really excited about this. I feel Gleason was doing an amazing job on the book as an artist. They just needed a top writer, like Chip Zdarsky or Donny Cates or Tom Taylor to take the reigns. JRJRs artwork has really gone downhill. His DC stuff was pretty bad for the most part
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There is good JRJR and there is bad JRJR. The good is really good and the bad is absolutely horrible. We're seeing way less of the good the older he gets I think.
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Another relaunch

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Based on that cover we're getting bad JRJR
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His current style fits Spider-Man better than it did Superman.
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His current style fits Spider-Man better than it did Superman.
I think his style just fits Marvel in general better. Same with someone like Bagley.
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Based on that cover we're getting bad JRJR
And this is a fucking problem because hes at a point where no one at Marvel will call him out. At the same time, it pushes away a young talent like Patrick Gleason who could have become the next superstar if he was given a long run on the book.

Artist like JRJR and Frank Miller are given free reign no matter how much their work has deteriorated. The final product looks like shit because no one from editorial will call on them to change stuff.
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I love Travis Charest (though I'm not sure I would've been able to tell that that was his drawing just by looking at it). Dude went from the cloniest of Jim Lee Clones to (IMHO) a better (but slower) artist than Lee. Has he done anything besides covers lately?
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Im glad Marvel has kept releasing facsimile editions. Great way to read these key issues for cheap

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Nice! That's how you do characters with the same name. Just make 2 series. Marvel is good for that, where DC is not.
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This looks fun

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I really liked volume 1 of the Savage Avengers series. Hopefully this one is as good

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This is some bullshit by the Marvel bullpen

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This looks pretty cool

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I wasted so much money on those 1992 trading cards. I haven't looked at them in years and I think they may have even been thrown out by one of my siblings. Are the originals worth anything or junk status like most baseball cards from that era?
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I wasted so much money on those 1992 trading cards. I haven't looked at them in years and I think they may have even been thrown out by one of my siblings. Are the originals worth anything or junk status like most baseball cards from that era?
These cards have gone up in value over the past couple of years. Complete sets were selling at one point for a couple of hundred but now are down to $50-75.
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I wasted so much money on those 1992 trading cards. I haven't looked at them in years and I think they may have even been thrown out by one of my siblings. Are the originals worth anything or junk status like most baseball cards from that era?
The early sets are. Or were. Last year I sold a Marvel Universe Series 1 set with the holograms for $450. Made me feel better about all the other sets I sets bought back then that're worth squat.

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