that a common occurrence? Oh wait, this is comics, so yes.
#18. We’re finally done with this crossover. But in the finale we still have a
visit in some alternate Universe where Gwen and Miles fell in love, got married
and have two kids and alternate version of Spider-Ham is their baby-sitter and
they pretty much live in an utopia.
You know, I’m
not really surprised at the end our Miles and Gwen decide to for now be just
friends after that. I wouldn’t like to be told I’m destined to hook up with
this other person and we will make our world best ever if we do either. They
leave the door open for it in the future, but settle for friendship for now.
this entire crossover was a big damn tease that didn’t go anywhere. Although I
liked how Latour wrote interactions between Miles and his dad and Jefferson
being determined to stop Earth 65 Scorpion because he isn’t going to let a guy
with his face become multiversal terrorist…that’s a pretty strong moment. I
hope Bendis will continue with that and show us how it will affect Miles view
of his father.
The new Power Rangers movie is one of the most fun and heartfelt experiences you can possibly have all crammed into two hours. If you loved this as a kid, as I did, it’s like comfort food for the soul to see the homage to your childhood play out on the big screen again. If you’re new to it, you’ll fall a little bit in love with this uncomplicated and yet also groundbreaking take on five teenagers defending our little planet and becoming friends in the process. It’s a bundle of joy that I couldn’t recommend highly enough!
She ran her fingers over the delicate stitching on the
fabric. The gold thread shone in such a brilliant way that her eyes began to
water. Off in the corner of her room she heard the sound of her kwami stirring.
“Marinette?” her soft voice called from her little bed.
Marinette didn’t say a word. She stared blankly down at the
fabric as she read the embroidered words over and over again.