Post by Doctor Doom on Apr 27, 2007 10:48:36 GMT -5
Much as I loved Clor vs Hercules, I think I have to say it's a tie.
Iron Man vs Cap in Civil War 3. Was it even? Hell no. But it was very well written, realisitc and yet I for some reason didn't think it would go that way, and the final half panel of Iron Man smashing Cap gives me chills and I found it one of the most powerful panels of the year.
Spidey vs Cap in ASM 534 is another brilliant fight. Peter's narration takes us deep inside his head and it has some powerful moments of it's own- it shows just how GOOD Cap is without diminishing Peter, and the way Peter finally scores a hit is clever and realistic.
Post by Doctor Doom on Apr 27, 2007 11:52:10 GMT -5
That was another brilliant moment- leaving it where Cap would recover it. So true to Pete's character- I gotta say, JMS writes the best Peter Parker I have read in a decade or so, at this stage he's just so familiar with the character's inner voice that it's frightening. Millar's Peter is a bit too angsty, Bendis is a bit too light, JMS has the balance nailed.
Post by Alchemist-X on May 24, 2007 15:51:43 GMT -5
And Nutcase, Spidey/Iron Man was a fight. It's just that Spidet started it
It weaved in and out of "Amazing Spider-Man" and "Civil War." I enjoyed it as well, though, because Peter outsmarted Tony.
But yet it Iron Man's book, he makes a totaly fool of Spidey on one encounter. That was my fav CW side part fight, when Iron Man riged his armour with Spider-sense, and could manipluate Spider-man's to mask himself and set off false positives.