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    Am I the only one not impressed by the Maestro's current storyline in Old Man Logan? I mean, the art is solid, but it's nothing major (the story, that is, but the art is incredible).

    It just feels like a MAJOR step down for such a powerful villain. In the right hands, Maestro could be a villain on par with Thanos in might and Doctor Doom in intellect, but it seems like Marvel and their writers, executives and editors have not a clue as to how to utilize him.

    I mean, in games and other formats, he's a powerful Thanos-level villain who conquers planets and universes/timelines, annihilating villains and heroes alike for the sake of power, conquest and a challenge. This how the Maestro should be portrayed in the comics, and he should be an ultimate antagonist for Bruce Banner/Hulk and the Marvel Universe... not gathering an inbred Hulk gang and ragdolling an old man version of Wolverine.






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    Words cannot describe how much I love Mike Deodato's art, especially those that involve Hulk. His Maestro is especially impressive. It's just a shame that such a powerful & intelligent villain isn't being utilized to his fullest potential.

    Maestro should be conquering worlds & universes & timelines, battling legions of heroes & villains, hunting powerful artifacts, or going head-to-head with Thanos who's the only villain who can challenge him both intellectually & physically 1-on-1.

    Alas, Marvel and their current creative team of writers, editors and executives apparently lack vision/imagination/creativity. Not surprising, honestly, given the current state of Marvel Comics these days.

    At least we can enjoy the artwork.




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