Previously on Spider-Man, Jameson rented the Iron Man Mk. I amour re-purposed into a robot as a means to reveal Spider-Man's identity on live TV, but failing that, decided to re-purpose the robot into a suit of armour for his own use, but then the armour malfunctioned almost leading to Jameson's death until he was saved at the last moment by Iron Man and Robertson. Also I guess Spider-Man did something, too?
For what it's worth the next issue of Squirrel Girl has a guest artist who sticks to the same general style of the main artist, including Doreen's "nonconventional" looks, but it it's enough to make it look miles better.
Feels like Marvel wants to do similar with Peter and Miles as DC has tried to setup between Ted and Jaime and just fade Peter into a more mentor role. Problem with that it doesn't matter how fond you are of your new pet people still know Spider-Man as Peter Parker. Not Miles.
They've pushed that kid into so many places and I've not see much a response other than "oh its Miles."
In the Ms.Marvel comics they looked to give him a more SCIENCE bent that they usually only touch with peter every one in a blue moon. That could be his thing if he'd ever be written well and consistently.
All those communication issues. >Bismuth didn't get to learn about Lapis Peridot defecting when that could have taught her the value of mercy. >If the Rubies weren't misdirected they'd have taken Jasper off-planet before she could get corrupted. >Steven knowing what happened to Pink Diamon would have changd how he handled both encounters.
>>242856 Yea. I'm pleased with the last bit of stuff that he did. I knew there would be a new guy for the Ducktales stuff coming up. Just wondering whom. I don't want them to ape Young in doing it. Find their own voice in Scrooge.
>>242919 I should have played the game before so I could have a better understanding of the slingshot scene. Then I could have been all "wait, where was the triple birds that you tap on after launching to split up?" and then all "ohhhhhh"
This is a thing I had on a "watch later" list for years, after discovering it on the Internet, which I finally got one day (and it was amazing). Apparently a really good composer wrote the score, as well as really quality songs. That was good enough to remember.
So I watched it, and I liked it. Yes it's dated, but in a way I like. It came from a mind of a visual genius and a lover or classical music, and a man very much stuck in the 60s/70s, Mike Jupp. He put together a team and somehow managed to get funding tow make 2 seasons, and lucky enough to get commissioned for 2 more. Oh, and it's a show from Britain.
The premise is that on a planet (just a planet) one half is the Land of Dreams (see: utopia) with little to no conflict and the residents getting pleasant dreams at night from a wizard, and the other side being the Land of Nightmares (clever name) with a population being more-or-less parody of working class british men ruled over by lord of all nightmares. Pretty much every episode the lord of nightmares sends his very british minions to the other side of the planet to steal the Dreamstone, a dream transmitter or close to it, to send everyone constant nightmares. The underlings frequently succeed, but thwarted at the end by various means.
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>>242284 The wizard feels VERY british to me. Maybe it's because I consumed enough british media, but I think if americans were writing the show the Dream Maker would talk completely differently, and have different dialogue.