This includes all The I heart Marvel Comics

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    27 Ocak 2008
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    This includes all The I heart Marvel Comics

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    wanted to point out the word 'ai' in the title refers to the Japanese translation of the word love and also the use of manga artists for the issue. C.B. Cebulski writes 3 unique stories, with one in particular a standout. The first story, about the Vision and the Scarlet Witch's first date, is reminiscent of McKeever's Mary Jane series. The second story is the standout and tells about Medusa and Black Bolt's relationship, from her perspective with some beautiful and haunting artwork. Standing alone, it is a Must Read story, even if you are not a fan of the Inhumans. The book ends with a DD/Elektra/Black Widow story that features no words, but uses pictures in the word balloons instead. Manga fans will certainly enjoy the issue, but the art style shouldn't scare people away.

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    The lead slot goes to a Wolverine story by Daniel Way. I've read enough decent stories by Way to dissuade me from writing anything too hyperbolic about him, but good god, he's an exasperatingly inconsistent writer. And bluntly, the bad and dull far outweighs the good and interesting. What we have here is an eight-page story where, very loosely, Wolverine swears revenge on a Nazi scientist and then, in the present day, stands around next to his grave


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    FIRST KISS/LAST DATE: 2 terrific tales of lustful teens in spandex... and out! SQUIRREL GIRL has found the boy of her dreams, but will he ever bounce her way? It’s an appropriate question to ask, considering the boy is -- SPEEDBALL! All she wants is a kiss, but he thinks she’s nuts! Meanwhile, it’s almost time for the wedding of JUSTICE and FIRESTAR! But are both of them ready for marriage at such a young age? Or... what if one of them is, and the other... isn’t?


    As the story opens, Ruby finds The Answer in a nasty bar, bored while playing strip Q and A with some girls. But Ruby isn't there for a reunion; she just wants an answer to help her with her latest scam on big corporations. Days after The Answer provides it, he is surprised to receive Bullseye's calling card: notice that Bullseye has been hired to kill him. As Ruby proceeds with her scam elsewhere, The Answer ponders why he's a target. He contacts various villains he knows, and then escapes an attack from Bullseye. Finally he figures out the answer, and how to keep himself and his love alive


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    Be prepared for some moody artwork by Jon Proctor. The rough inking style makes everybody in this story look appropriately sleazy, and the red and muddy coloring emphasizes their sordid world. There's a small but significant level of gore and an element of the grotesque here, too. The snow globe of Paris, where The Answer and Ruby fell in love, is one of the few light color touches in the story. The Answer narrates this tale with terse but emotional language, baring his heart to the reader. His way of saving his life and Ruby's is shocking, believable, and fully in sync with the level of obsession he has for his unattainable lover

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    If you've never read a Spider-Man comic or seen one of the movies, it might be hard to figure out where Spiderman and his wife, Mary Jane, live. And who are all those guys are watching the Knicks game with MJ? Here's a hint: they're superheroes, too. Longtime comics readers would know this is the Avengers headquarters, and that man in the kitchen with Aunt May is Jarvis the butler.

    What is clear from the first few panels of this sweet Valentine's Day story is that when it comes to giving his wife a gift, Spider-Man is just as much at a loss as most husbands. He thumbs through the yellow pages in search of ideas, while consulting the villain he has tied up. He asks the advice of his fellow Avengers, Captain America and Luke Cage, as they battle a dragon. He also takes time to show Mary Jane his cool web shooters and tell her a funny story of when he punk'd Johnny Storm (The Human Torch) back in high school days. Eventually, he goes to Tony Stark (Iron Man) for his mechanical genius in creating a unique present for MJ.

    Better and more romantic than the gift itself is the true love that writer Tom Beland shows shining through Spider-Man's every thought. When Spidey tells MJ how he feels about the moon and coming home to her, the story hits a pure high note. This is a genuinely loving and romantic tale with touches of gentle humor. Beland is of course the acclaimed author of the semi-autobiographical romance comic called True Story: Swear to God.

    This includes all The I heart Marvel Comics


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