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Second, I'm not sure that I want to read a story that starts from where Ultron has alrerady won. I want to see my heroes get put through the wringer, see Ultron's rise to victory and then see the heroes that are left fight back. With it starting out with Ultron having won, I don't have a sense of dread for the heroes.
No problem, I visit those towns for work frequently so I am familiar with both.
@Webhead looks like I'll definitely be going to the museum, there will be a Chuck Jones exhibit on while I'm there. I grew up watch Looney Tunes and seeing all his art will be amazing. Thanks again for the heads up!
This is one of many reasons why Spider-Man/Peter Parker has always been my favorites. That Spider-man has always been Peter Parker, even when the clone step into his shoes we were led to believe that Ben Riley was the real Peter Parker.So a temporary change of character as part of the on-going soap opera will make you quit? I think Spider-Man is about the only character left who didn't have someone step into the shoes for a storyline.It is more that I do not care for a non-Peter Parker Spider-Man.@Webhead oh wow! You really have a distaste for that character?
I stayed with Spidey during and after OMD/BND because it was still Spider-Man even though I think BND was horrible but it was still the same character I've been reading since the 70's so I kept reading ASM.And for the folks who say they haven't read Spidey since BND...you've missed out on some REALLY great stories that have reminded me why JMS may be a talented writer, and he may have done good stories on the Spider-Man books, but whoever the hell he was writing during his run wasn't Spider-Man.