October 06, 2006

No more Fantastic Four, Only Mr. Fantastic

I haven't posted for sometime here. I got so busy with many projects and late night PSP gamings. I just finished beating the Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light game and you know what? It has a very disappointing ending. But don't stop yourself from playing it. It's still worth it you know.

So what's new in Civil War? Last wednesday I bought Fantastic Four #540 and read it before I went to sleep. Susan Storm and Reed Richards is having a fight about the registration act. Sue Storm is against the registration act while Mr. Fantastic is fully supporting it. It seems that Reed Richards has lost his sanity because he bases everything on numbers on science. He makes decisions scientifically and I think he lost the thing that makes him human -- emotions. He doesn't have the heart. So the two, Sue and Reed had a fight and sadly, Sue left Reed.

Spider-man and Iron Man was on the comic book pages of FF #540 too. It's the same scene we can see on Amazing Spider-Man #535. Spider-Man, together with Iron Man had a journey to the negative zone prison. Peter asked Reed why he is doing it - Building inhuman devices and places for non-registrant heroes. Unknowingly to Peter, Iron Man is spying on his conversation with Reed. What kind of Man is Iron Man?

Iron Man destroyed and betrayed Spider-Man for spying on everyone. I bet he has also spied on Reed too. I hope Iron Man dies in Civil War. Because of this I'm not gonna even watch the upcoming movie Iron Man next year. Iron Man is a greedy billionaire.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's doubtful that he'd die in Civil War since Bendis has already begun work for Mighty Avengers, or so it seems

9:36 PM  
Blogger fatfingur said...

that's really sad to hear

3:14 PM  
Blogger jimarroyo said...

You see, this is what I'm talking about. Some readers literally hate Iron Man and Mr. Fantastic and want them to die or want to boycott their movies even though it's not the characters' faults that some pinheads at Marvel decided to make these fictional characters act like villains just to drive a story. And people say I was overreacting.

2:37 PM  
Anonymous Amused said...

Boycott a fictional character's movie because Marvel writers wrote these fictional characters to act this way... MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! (^o^)

10:48 AM  

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