I get this all the time. They say, "You really hate Daredevil. Look how mean you are to Daredevil." I'm like, "Would you really buy a book about him enjoying a sandwich? 'What a great sandwich. I'm going to eat this for 22 pages, and I'm going to be so happy.'" I may do it just to prove a point. Have Wolverine going, "This is the best bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich I've ever had in my life!"
If he revealed the cover, does that mean he is staying on the book? I remember reading that he was only doing the first six issues.Originally Posted by Spidey616
There's only one thing to do. Spider-Man must have a menage a trois with Mockingbird and Spider-Woman.
And they must brag he's a better lover than Hawkeye.
It's the only logical thing to do.
Also Bucky must say during his many stints as the Winter Soldier he hooked up with Clint's mom when she was 19.
As a Bendis fan, I have to say this feels unpolished to me. Hulk jumps back and forth a few times between being an article-less caveman and cracking clearly-articulated jokes. I'm not sure why Cancer pushed so hard to close the sale, recruiting for his new supervillain club--all the people he was ostensibly recruiting were already dressed up in their supervillain club outfits. The big villain's end-of-issue cliffhanger threat in #3 didn't jive very well with everything else he'd been saying before the reveal. None of this stuff is, y'know, a dealbreaker by itself, but in total the book just doesn't hang together as well as most of Bendis' stuff.