I like it, I always thought Judd should be featured in another book say MCP or something. In an X-Book? Sure why not? His history reads like Wolverines in a way lending plenty of history to be explored.
Um...yeah? Except, some people feel Wolverine's past was better left in the dark, especially with what they have made of it.
Not saying Puck'll be the same. We'll see.
[QUOTE=PWalk;89027]I like it, I always thought Judd should be featured in another book say MCP or something./QUOTE]
Am I deluded (I mean, more than we thought), or did he already have an MCP story?
~ Le Messor
"Insisting on perfect safety is for people who don't have the balls to live in the real world."
~ Mary Shafer, NASA Ames Dryden
This sounds hopeful. I think the only way to get a successful AF series is to give the characters more face time, and this is a definite way to do it. As long as he is given equal treatment as the other characters, and not used as comic relief or a punching bag then I'm signing on for this book.
Puck has done some sketchy things in the past--the reason he ended up in Hell--so it's not surprising he would end up on a team like this. However, even with his new I-went-to-Hell-and-all-I-got-was-this-messed-up-personality, I really hope they don't turn him into a soulless murderer. I don't mind him being hardnosed, and willing to do things other heroes aren't, but I don't want him to be running around killing people then heading home to knock back some beers like it's all in a day's work.
I guess it's wait and see.
Yes, wait and see. So why am i now dreading opening the pages and seeing how he is written, rather than being excited?
Interesting. I own issue 1 of Fanboys vs. Zombies, and really enjoyed it, but never continued with the series; never realized it was this same author. Higher Earth was also one of those series that i was interested in, and very nearly purchased, then backed away for monetary reasons at the time.