Superhero: Scarlet Witch
Super power: feminism
Let's go gals!
yeah why not
I think the artist was trying to ape JH Williams III's Batwoman layout when she should have played the layouts straight.
but I like the watercolor paints, everything is digital nowadays so this was a refreshing change up even if it's very muted.
Marco Rudy's art was like that in the Ales Kot Winter Soldier comic as well.
Magic is broken in general.
Magic event is happening.
Hoping for The New Midnight Sons to spin out.
It's a fairly common theme to stories about magic, but between here and Strange they really beat you over the head with it. Perfect for casual readers I guess, who've never read magic. The Hercules series of all things has a more nuanced take on mysticism.
I like Robinson's characterization of Wanda (he probably identifies with how she fucked up and ruined her career after a promising start) but the plots are underwhelming.
I like done-in-one stories but these don't really feel like full stories, just quick scenes.
The first issue sold pretty well though without a ton of promotion behind it, so I imagine it'll last long enough to get to that magic crossover event they seem to be teasing.
The early (and better) issues of Fraction's Hawkeye worked as one-and-dones, but he and Aja deliberately used more panels than the then-current fashion and tried to pack in a lot of stuff.
Did any of Vision's artwork for Wanda get leaked.
Is the Emerald Warlock aiming to lead Wanda on a wild goose chase to exhaust her?
The Agatha Harkness stuff in Vision #3;
Agatha foresaw that Wanda would die due to Emerald Warlock, leading to there being no stopping Vision(s) from killing everyone.
Wanda has always had costs for her magic, in the fact that Chthon's powers are dangerous and can corrupt so she has to be careful in using them.
Robinson has just replaced a cool concept with a lame one I fear.