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review 2017-03-19 01:12
Angela looks for Sera
Guardians of the Galaxy (2015-) #18 - Brian Bendis,Valerio Schiti,Arthur Adams

Grounded on Earth, Angela breaks into Sera's apartment, only to find a chubby dude living there.   He doesn't know who Sera was, nor does he have anything that she might have left there.   

 

This is bittersweet: a reminder that they've been parted, and a reminder of what they'll do to find each other when they've been forcibly parted in the past. 

 

Beautiful, painful, hopeful, and strong, this was all I expected from Angela herself, and more.   One of my favorite of the Grounded stories, and I hope we see more from both Sera and Angela soon!

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review 2017-03-17 21:08
Everything comes together perfectly
Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #8 (of 8) - Joshua Corin

The how, the why, and the fix all in this comic.   It's a massacre, and then somehow it's all alright.   I'm not quite sure I buy how easy it is, but I've had so much fun that even that being 'eh' about that aspect can't get me down about this enough to knock off even half a star.   I kind of knew halfway through this issue that it would be a little out there: either this wouldn't be fixed, and it would be completely AU, or it would be fixed and I'd probably side-eye it. 

 

Hilarious, and almost too trippy to be real, this series has been wonderful!  I've been anxious the past couple of days - most likely eager to get started with school has translated into nervousness about settling in - and this made me laugh and forget that all.   Lovely!

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review 2017-03-17 21:00
Shiklah explains why she's acting so weird
Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #7 (of 8) - Joshua Corin

And by weird I mean like a hausfrau.   Which isn't weird in itself, but it is for her.   She knows who's been killing everyone - because he's been doing it for her!   It's a demonic dude who's trying to get her attention. 

 

Meanwhile, Squirrelpool not only returns, but she kidnaps her mommy and daddy - Squirrel Girl and Deadpool.   

 

More happened in this than in most, but the others have been funny enough and had enough hints as to what Deadpool should do that it's not a complaint.   Around six of eight is where everything seems to start to come together in this, so that seven and eight can both have fun and tie everything up. 

 

It's a good pacing for these series, so I'm glad to see they keep up with that, even with different authors.

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review 2017-03-17 20:49
Deadpool tries to warn everyone
Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #6 (of 8) - Joshua Corin

Which goes about as well as you'd expect for someone with as many issues and frenemies as Deadpool has.   Still, at least he tries, which is more than he would used to do.

 

Loving almost everything I'm reading from the Infinite series.   They're fun side-stories/mini-series that do things the main storylines can't or aren't allowed to do.   

 

 

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review 2017-03-17 20:39
Strange gets involved
Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #5 (of 8) - Joshua Corin

When Ant-Man says that there might be black goo at Forbush's murder, Deadpool goes to visit Strange.   And, hey, while he's at it, he saves Howard the Duck who's about to become the family roast after Shiklah ties him to a spit. 

 

Doctor Strange starts to track down what kind of entity might have killed Forbush man.   Hilarious, loved seeing Strange in another one of these issues, and I'm absolutely glad I splurged on the rest of this series during that sale. 

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