You keep shoving the Secret Empire tie-in in my regularly read comics. I hate SE. It's gross. It's all gross.
It's particularly fucking heinous that you force Doctor Strange to work with Wilson Fisk. I'm gonna give a big, fucking middle finger to that bullshit. So here's your one half star, which apparently you've been begging for. Fuck that bullshit. Fuck it all.
Another freebie. Another disappointment. While I liked this story a little bit better, I feel like the whole Phoenix thing is played out, and Jean still feels incredibly boring to me, so I didn't like this more than Iceman. It's just different elements balanced each other out.
Am I getting disillusioned with Marvel's practice of flooding the markets with titles, spin-offs, and events, leading up to Secret Empire? Maybe? But I'm enjoying the next title more, although the iPad was giving me migraines so I put Viv away and am working on Humble Bundle titles now.
Both of them do very well. Strange hasn't had time to show the small moments of kindness and compassion, but I hope he does after the major fuck-up that is Secret Empire.
Despite the gorgeous art and strong writer, this is a Secret Empire tie-in. All Secret Empire tie-ins make me sick, and I will be giving them one half stars.
This is, at least, not as sickening as the Deadpool issue which is still making me want to cry, even after the drinking, so I'm going to go try to read something I like more. I'm leaning towards more Fathom right now.
New York Times Bestselling Author Colleen Hoover is an author all romance lovers will want on their reading list.
I won this signed first edition paperback and was delighted. I have read Colleen Hoover’s work before and feel she will not let me down in Hopeless about a seventeen year old girl and her first love.
The first guy she felt something for and…
He’s a dropout, he’s moody, he’s got a temper and…he’s just…Hopeless.
When they lay on the airport runway and gaze at the stars it brought back memories of Mr Wonderful and I laying on the tennis court at Cape Cod and stargazing ourselves.
I loved it, but the way it was written made it seem like the characters were older.
Colleen Hoover’s writing makes the story unfold with fun bantering dialogue in an easy reading story as they discover each other and we watch the complex characters grow and develop.