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Saturday, September 30, 2006 

Civil War #4: from worse to hopeless

At 2 Guys Buying Comics, we find out just how bad Civil War is still becoming (Hat tip: Bobb). The out-of-characterization continues, as does the departure from continuity. And Cable's presence here is surely as redundant as the protagonist he was during much of the 1990s.

If true Marvelites want to do themselves a favor and help save the House of Ideas from the wrath of Joe Quesada, they'll avoid paying any more money for this collosal dud, and avoid any more crossovers to follow as well. Believe me, the time has come to stand up to the overload of crossovers and other similarly bad ideas that have buried much of comicdom for many years now, and made them a most unpleasant experience.

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