View Poll Results: Legacy: Week Two

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  • All-New Wolverine 25

    5 8.62%
  • Amazing Spider-Man 789

    5 8.62%
  • Defenders 6

    5 8.62%
  • Despicable Deadpool 287

    6 10.34%
  • Falcon 1

    8 13.79%
  • The Unbelievable Gwenpool 21

    3 5.17%
  • Uncanny Avengers 28

    20 34.48%
  • X-Men Blue 13

    6 10.34%
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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezyo1000 View Post
    Not gonna lie due. Defenders has been pretty Baller so far, Great art, good action, good pacing. Its been a fun read
    The book is so good. Every issue blows me away. Bendis and Marquez are putting a lot of love into it and it shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cc008 View Post
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    But . . . it's Bendis!!!

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    I didn't care for Defenders. I did pick up Priest's Inhumans book. that was fun.
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    Defenders has been very lackluster. Great artwork makes it look good but the dialogue and plot progression is a bit boring to me.
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    Uncanny Avengers but I loved Defenders and X-Men Blue this week as well.
    Currently Reading: Aquaman, Batman, Black Widow, Captain America: Steve Rogers, Hal Jordan, Teen Titans, among many others.

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    Uncanny Avengers continues to be the best team book marvel puts out. And Iím not just saying that because Rogue is leading it, itís a great cast as a whole that has consistently been written amazingly

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    Uncanny Avengers feels like a classic Avengers book and I hope it continues beyond No Surrender
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    All-New Wolverine followed closely behind by Uncanny Avengers. Both were just amazing reads, with All-New Wolverine bringing a great start to it's latest arc.

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    ANW this week was my number 1, defenders was good but I didn’t get any of the others. Legacy as a whole seems less of a cohesive idea than rebirth at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drakeon View Post
    Defenders has been very lackluster. Great artwork makes it look good but the dialogue and plot progression is a bit boring to me.
    Yeah, I loved it at first, but it's definitely stalling out. Also, I commented in another thread that I'm usually very forgiving of legal errors, but the ones in the recent issue bothered me a lot.

    This isn't an anti-Bendis thing, I thought the most recent issue of Jessica Jones was his strongest of the new run.
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    I haven't read enough of these to vote, but I have to question the popularity of Uncanny Avengers. It really should have been a zero issue. The whole thing was so crammed full of expository chats to get people up to speed with where everyone has been and where we are going. Hardly any space for anything else. The art was great though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKtheMac View Post
    I haven't read enough of these to vote, but I have to question the popularity of Uncanny Avengers. It really should have been a zero issue. The whole thing was so crammed full of expository chats to get people up to speed with where everyone has been and where we are going. Hardly any space for anything else. The art was great though.
    The team has been bouncing from one catastrophe to another trying to save people, it was nice to have a downtime issue with some much needed exposition, especially since it is an unofficial teal still trying to work out their mission statement so to speak

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKtheMac View Post
    I haven't read enough of these to vote, but I have to question the popularity of Uncanny Avengers. It really should have been a zero issue. The whole thing was so crammed full of expository chats to get people up to speed with where everyone has been and where we are going. Hardly any space for anything else. The art was great though.
    The title needed an exposition issue. It's been crisis to crisis to crisis since Vol 3. And this issue even set one up anyway lol.

    Also there's nothing wrong with exposition issues, I feel like it was more common in older series (CC's X-Men) and it's kind of sad it doesn't happen more often actually.

    EDIT: Looks I ended saying the same thing.
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    Uncanny Avengers wins this by a mile. Great characterisations all round, and a nice return to form for a character who has been badly mistreated over the past few years.

    Amazing Spider-Man was good, but didn't set out much of a new status quo for Peter. It feels like he's in limbo.
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    Avengers: No Surrender ~ Two-In-One ~ World War Hulk II

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    Peter's status quo moving forward was hinted at in the issue. It seems he will be the science writer/reporter for the Bugle. Also, Peter is the one who will be hated by the public. Whereas Spider-Man won't be.

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