Message modified by board administrator September 16, 2010, 1:11 pm
Well, at least Uatu is watching out for us people of Earth and is smiling about our sitch... SMILING?! WTH??!!
Got the issue but did not 'get it'. From here on will rely on preview pages and online reviews instead of forking over the cover price for the next while. Will you still be collecting/reading?
To many questions that have answers that will probably not suffice atm from...
Ajak (Ajak Tecumotzin)
Makkari (Mark Curry)
Dreaming Celestial (Tiamut)
Phastos (Phillip Stoss)
Forgotten One (Gilgamesh)
Totally misleading cover, eh?
Dreaming Celestial puts the world to sleep to prep 'em for cosmic death?
Sersi can teleport(hence all Eternals with practice too)?
All along thats all Ik had to do to reveal Phastos?
Is Gilgamesh as bad as Wanda now as a possessed killer with a ridiculous unpunished deathcount?
So without their machines they cant maintain their set 100 population - does that mean they each have their own machine?
Thena gets 5 pages to 'kill' Gil to show how kick-ass tops she is among her kind?[Reminded me of the last volume cover of the same #: ]
Can anyone recall what Druig doesnt want to tip his hand to?
Does it take a long time for a Celestial to sing 3,457 verses and are they've been shown capable of a cosmic do-over?
Tiamut tells Sersi about Lacuna for 4 pages is this for describing a new take on Limbo?
Sersi can recreate/reinfuse Eternals(hence all Eternals with practice too)?[Remembered just how upset she was last time Mak died... oh right, that was this very issue]
Was the Spidey consecutive cameo a sheeze moment or what?
Joey's alive and Uatu's smiling?
This was the last chapter of an arc? Does it feel concluded?
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