Type: Posts; User: Mr MajestiK
Quoted for frak'ing truth.
Reginald Hudlin who's as Hollywood as they come did more for T'Challa during his tenure writing the BP book than any of the pure bred comic book people (as poite out by FLEX previously) so sometimes,...
That would be a nightmare indeed.
Not a problem my friend. *grin*
Anytime Iron Maiden. :)
I think it may have been a Dark Reign era cover when Moonstone was impersonating Captain Marvel as part of the Dark Avengers.
Hilariously on point as usual. :cool:
Mario, did you actually read my post? :confused:
A written in character T'Challa would have dealt with most of these setbacks in a very different way.
I'd wear that in a heartbeat.
Absolutely onboard with the truth you've dropped here FLEX.
Just one of the reasons why I shake my head at complaints about Shuri a strong black female character who should be playing a much more prominent role in the 616 MU than has been the case thus far.
You and me both.
The Hudlin/Loeb comparison doesn't apply for the simple fact that where Loeb played fast and loose with continuity, Hudlin not only respected continuity, he also wrote characters true to their...
Hi Chief Jon, those scans were all pre-Doomwar. :)
Reginald Hudlin delivered quality T'Challa and Ororo action point blank.
No allegories or metaphors required. :cool:
I don't even bother trying anymore.
My bro, wetin Reginald Hudlin do you?
Na so so Hudlin no be betta writer you dey yarn for here but to talk wetin dey so bad about de tori wey de guy knack, you no fit.
Na wa for una O. :smh:
Reginald Hudlin handled Namor's really well in that BP arc.
Why would T'Challa have to lie about anything?
Daaaaamn! That's a powerful scan if ever I saw one.
It's funny how the books in the 1970's went straight for the jugular unlike now when lame allegories abound.