Speaking of, looks like Emma Rios is on the art team for next week's issue, and I really liked her work on Hexed and Runaways.
: I'm enjoying the story but not the art very
: much. I was hoping Jen's hair was just up.
: She-Hulk with short hair is no good.
: Besides, when she turns back to Jen, does
: that mean Jen is bald ?
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: I've actually been liking Heralds. The art
: a little shaky in spots, yeah, and it is
: cartoonish, but at the same time it is very
: expressive, and includes some fun background
: gags. (Who knew mead-swilling Valkyrie
: could provide so much comedy?) Immonen does
: write the characters with personalities,
: particularly Hellcat. Her Patsy is as
: energetic and... well, mildly insane as she
: was in her Hellcat mini-series. Jen is
: down-to-earth, cheerful, and quippy. Agent
: Brand gets to be no-nonsense even as she
: yells at aliens. Monica, in spite of her
: Nextwave uniform, shares the straight man
: role with She-Hulk...
: As for the pressing issue of Jen's hair...
: I've been wondering just how hot
: gamma-powered nova bursts a la Johnny Storm
: can get.
: --Previous Message--
: HORRIBLE art (seriously, even dedicated
: Bobillo haters will wish he was doing this),
: a random and not really particularly
: interesting story and pretty much no one has
: a personality except Emma Frost... who is a
: Save your money.
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