So is it not a bit of hypocrisy that Sam Alexander is playing a pivotal role in the huge Marvel Summer Event Original Sin? This is the event that is centered off a giant humanoid alien getting his eyes gouged out and various people fondling and carrying around detached body organs? Is this also the event that by the third issue featured a main iconic marvel super hero getting violently decapitated by a former teen sidekick? I wonder how Disney feels about this?Family Friendly fare?
An upcoming solicit for Nova has a picture of a black nova (presumably Jesse) sitting down at the dinner table with blood splattered all over his hands and arms..how pleasant and family friendly!
I've argued that Sam is not really the problem, and Duggan is writing a solid book ..I stand by that.
But it is just so hard to forget that Rich was never given any of this stuff...and then this hypocrisy is mind baffling.
Does Tom B actually think , as a sane and smart man, as a person who basis any sort of decsion making off actual data, that Rich Rider was EVER given the same opportunities as Sam? He clearly did not.
Look at this cover man:
As much as it pains me, because it is great art there, it makes me sick knowing that should be Rich Rider!! He deserved to be there. I just can't avoid all these wrongs and hypocrisy tainting this new marvel cosmic stuff. It's rough because Duggan's a good writer and writing a good comic...and the art has been very good.
But for Rider fans, we only get this :
In the made up land of What IF?
But fellow Rider Fans...we will Always...Always, have this:
Chin up Rider fans..."this too shall pass"
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