posted on Sep, 8 2007 @ 08:34 PM
It really is!
See, I dropped out of comics for the longest time (almos right after the Clone Saga started in the Spider-Man titles) and stayed out until just after
Civil War started. You could say I'm almost like a new collector!
I'm really digging alot of the stuff that they've done with comics today. The storylines (in most aspects) are so much better than what I was
reading before. I guess that could be a maturity in the writting styles, as well as trying to keep the core audience from back in my day that helped
flood the market with books in the 90's.
Getting to the New Warriors, I actually liked the original series that Mark Bagley drew in the 90's, and have a good portion of the issues. I missed
the sencond and third runs of the title, and with this fourth one, like I said above, I was very reluctant to pick it up. I thought it was going to
have that same type of campy feel that it had back in the 90's, even though I liked the title.
It was actually the cover on the first issue that made me pick it up. I was honestly hooked from the first panel!
I really like what they've done with it. I don't know if it's going to an ongoing series or not (I hope it is) but I do like the fact that they
are bringing characters from other parts of the Marvel Universe to the Warriors.
Jubilee? Who'da thought? :O
I know Darkhawk is with The Loners, but it sure would be nice to see him in the title again!