Deca=10, so Pentalogue?
I guess I'm pretty unobservant (or rather, the title of the arch is extrememly misleading), but when I got the end of Daredevil last night, I was shocked to see that I was reading Part 4 of 5. Mr. Bendis, why bother writing a story based around the Ten Commandments, only to use five of them, and then title the story-arc, "Decalogue?" It would be akin to writing an arc titled "The Beaver Trilogy," as inspired by three species of beaver, as written in two parts, and only utilizing two speceis of beaver. It seems as though you only half-realized your original concept. Which is fine, but it would follow that you would alter the title and marketing of said concept once you had actually written it (like when you formulate a hypothesis for a term paper, and then have to change your thesis sentence based upon the conclusion you actually came to once having written the body of the work). So, what's the reason for telling a Decalogue in five parts? Also: beaver.
Last edited by Jef UK; 06-16-2005 at 10:04 AM.