Seven pages of twenty-two from #251, five pages of seventeen from #252, one page of five from a backup feature and an ad.
( Remember Roxxon? )
And as we casually stroll into the setting sun, your thoughts and comments?
eta: Yes, we have posted Cap #250, here: http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/44204
Marvel needs to bring this man back. I will show you why.
( An Iron Curtain Spanning Bromance Amidst the Chaos of the Rampaging Hulk. Who Will Live? Who Will Die? Which s_ders will brave the Purple Prose? )
What I wasn't expecting was a moment with Thor that struck me as pretty fun.
( two pages, after the cut )
Permalink to this Guide on my tumblr
I've always been a DC Comics fan. (In large part because when I was a little girl I wanted to be Wonder Woman.) I never read Marvel comics before falling in love with movie Loki. Since then I've read some comics with Loki in them, but just diving into Marvel is frustrating for fans of Loki as played by Tom Hiddleston. In most of the comics, Loki is a straight-up villain whose motivation is that he's evil. He's still Machiavellian, but missing (usually) is the heartbreak, the mad struggle for power and identity, and the complex, intense relationship with Thor.
So I'm compiling a list of comics that are of particular interest to movie Loki fans. I'll add to this list whenever I discover more.
( Guide with scans )
OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST:
Everything you wanted to know about Kid!Loki by xparrot
The Greatest Loki Stories Ever Told!
Loki: Where Do I Start?
LOKI LAUFEYSON RECOMMENDED READING
Here, we cover Avengers Academy #21-27 as the kids adjust to the West Coast Campus, meet some old foes, older foes and make new friends.
And I complain about things Arena dropped the ball on, because we all know that's entertaining.
( Avengers! Runaways! Subversions! )
This arc serves as a culmination of a lot of what Academy was about and may just be the best arc in the entire series. Yeah, it's downhill after this. But it's one hell of a high note.
Get your hankerchiefs ready, this is gonna be one hell of a tearjerker.
It also continues the trend these posts have had of "Academy showing up Arena at its own game" as we see death handled maturely and with peak drama.
( For those that managed to miss this event (lucky you), )
( Read more... )
But there are a few others, and we'll be going through them here. Avengers Academy Giant Size #1 and Amazing Spider-Man #661-662. Also, we have #13, 14 and 14.1 of Academy. Most of these are just side-stories and setup for what's to come.
Oh, and a dance. Because stress.
( Onward! )
This posts will cover #7 through 12. it skips over one extra issue because there's so much going on here.
( So many stupid plans its hard to keep track of them )
So I'm going to do a retrospective posts. This covers Avengers Academy #1 through #6 and includes their psuedo-Crossover with Thunderbolts (#147) and one appearance in the Ant Man-Wasp mini. To be honest, Academy wasn't the best of series, but it had heart and an underlying theme which slowly revealed itself over it's run. Mostly? Thumbing its nose at mainstream comic conventions. That'll become more obvious later.
Let's get the ball rolling.
( A lot behind the cut. )