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Lee Weeks
Birth date: October 21, 1962
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A Spoopy Love Affair With Books
A Spoopy Love Affair With Books rated it 3 years ago
Oh boy. Sit back for this one, because I've got a lot to say. While it as eventual, in my great Daredevil reread, to come to this point, I'd even put off reading this, because I knew that I'd have to deal with this hot mess of a storyline. And that storyline is how they deal with, or rather how th...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 3 years ago
This is all set up: The Punisher is tracking criminals, and will eventually get suckered into going up against Wolverine. How? They have him tracking down someone Wolverine is sent to track down as well. Gorgeous. Even though a lot of this is setting up Castle tracking down these criminals, ...
A Spoopy Love Affair With Books
A Spoopy Love Affair With Books rated it 3 years ago
Enjoyable but slight. Great characterization for both Lois and Clark (and son Jon isn't too much of a pain in the ass for a precocious kid character) and definitely worth reading if one is a fan of either, and most certainly if one is a fan of the two of them together. Fun, but doesn't leave much of...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 5 years ago
Because this is the first two mini-series, and issue one of his first ongoing. The first two were... bizarre. Oh, not the kind of bizarre I expect from Deadpool either. It seems that his series, and he, has gone through a lot of changes. There was humor, but it, unfortunately, wasn't as funn...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 6 years ago
It's not as predictable as one would think, putting The Punisher and Wolverine together. They are actually very different. One is methodical and rigid in his application of violence. The other is very emotional in his application of violence, and not quite as dogmatic about the application of justic...
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