I came across this the other day and wanted to give it a story time to see if it's good or not.
That's a bummer, when I hear about a book about a group of teenage mutants having a tough time it seems like something I'd love.
Have to read and see I guess.
The whole comic feels very lifeless to me
It's like the artist took photos of approximate expressions in the mirror and traced them without even trying to add anything. Not saying he actually traced, but the feel's the same.
Or maybe it's the writing that makes me feel like this, it's really hamfisted.
I am actually gonna have a pretty busy day in that department. A lot of friends makin requests this weekend and my new couch and Fallout 4 need some attention anyway.
No need to thank me, I just post other people's work on 4chan.
I really appreciate the bumps love but you don't have to, I have this thread set up to bump with each post.
unless you want to bump I just don't want you to do work you don't have to, sorry if that sounded like I don't appreciate bumps, because I really do
I'll keep it up as long as I can for you love! Sorry that we are destined to be two ships passing in the night, I owe you a story time that you can actually read.
One of my first Marvel comics. I loved the style, the story is good, but not great. Though it's not very appreciated here.
I like how X-23's antics where practically on another level.
Thanks for reading /co/! I'm off to story time something else.
That was way more well-written than I expected it to be. We need more street-level shit like this. It evens out the flurry of Secret Wars and AvX type shit that we get.
...the Creature Commandos are the Howling Commandos now?
Who the hell are the Howling Commandos now?
Dum-Dum Dugan and his Merry Men?
The Captain Americ-ettes?
The Creature Commandos but everyone is a mummy?
No part 2?
In the Messiah Complex future she gets captured by Strife and hooked to a machine that made a whole city exist in her no time so it could survive in a post-apocalyptic environment for centuries.
Beyond that she
got put permanently on the bus save for a one-off appearance
I have a question for all of you who've read this before. Where did X-23 go in between NYX 1 and NYX 2.
It's amazing what a lack of attention to covers will do for a reader.
I had literally no idea this was actually a Marvel comic, much less an X-Man one, until this very panel. Quite an interesting experience, honestly.
This is literally her first appearance. It defined X-23's personality and it stayed like that through all her New X-Men and following runs.
It is refreshing that the drug dealers and gang bangers are blacks and Mexicans for a change. I'm tired of comics breaking immersion for the sake of political correctness.
it's those who want x-23 to be their pure waifu.
Nevermid that we know that those who raised her had no problem abusing her and treated her as nothing more than a tool, and taught her how to approach older men passing as a cute innocent little girl. Chance is they sexually abused her to teach her how to seduce and do more, in order to more easily kill her targets.
>she got put permanently on the bus save for a one-off appearance
because her powers are broken.
She'd be useless against high tiers or people with invulnerability but overpowered against everyone else, unless she gets take off first or forgets to use her powers, in which case she's useless.
They'd have to either make her go full Zoom and become cosmic tier fighting against cosmic characters or write her in non-cape stories where she travels discovering the world in ther slow time but not many writers can pull that off.
And then she neither attracts waifufag writers nor is she a Strong Womyn that is used for promoting how feminist their comics are.
So the bus it is for her.