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Civil War Issue 7: A Review by brandokay Civil War Issue 7: A Review by brandokay
'Nuff said.
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JayMaloneyArt Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
The fart onomatopoeia made me spit water. I admit it.
DragonDee Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Student Digital Artist
That's... that's about right. :(
magusVroth Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2012  Student Artist
Seriously. Millar is NOT a good writer.
burningpegasus Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2010
Well good thing years later the order has been restored from all that (except that now we have 5 avengers team runnign around, bucky being the new cap and the old one is running the show now ^_^)
RocRolDis Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2010
Civil WAr to me is like Countdown to Linkara. I frickin' hated it and it even killed comics for me. I haven't read a single comic since.
hanzo66 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2009
From what I can tell, Millar is something of those writers who have an incredible disdain of classic superheroes. Wanted was as far from those characters as possible, the main character being basically Eminem as a gunslinging thrill-killing/raping supervillain in a world ruled by the top dogs of Evil.
metalsonic52 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2008
Hes a Skrull!
shaderader Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2007
the comics are still great but its just not the same without c america
brandokay Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ren-savatri Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2007
Yeah, you're not alone in this. When I started reading Ultimate X-Men, I asked myself, "Jesus, who's this Millar guy? I understand why Bendis is around, he's funny, but Millar's like Liefeld's writing counterpart." I checked his Wikipedia entry to answer my question, and said "Oh, he did an Authority run. I guess he can't be that bad." I read Wanted after I heard it was being adapted for the screen, kinda enjoyed it for a miniseries about a bunch of characters I absolutely loathed, and felt better about the whole thing.

Then Civil War happened.

I remember thinking "Holy crap is this guy not in his right mind! What is he smoking? Can he write heroes at all? If he can, he's not having a good decade." Then for additional insult I read through all the Authority I could get my hands on. Warren Ellis started it out reeeeeal good, but then I hit Millar's run and it went DAMNED downhill (not to mention that they either got Frank Quitely before he was good or Millar's suck diffused into Quitely to maintain a proper balance of suck). I understand that it wasn't all his fault, that there may have been some crap editorial decisions handed down. But honestly, what proof alcohol was Marvel slipping in it's coffee to make that bad of a decision?

Ellis was right. Mark Millar licks goats.
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