Monday, 25 August 2008
After 8 months of the undoing of Peter's & MJ's marriage I sum all I have to say in one simple line:
"Joe Quesada did the right thing by undoing the marriage"
Why do I say that? compare the stories written by legendary writer "Peter David", the only good story he wrote with a married Spider-Man is "Cult of Love", I read FNSM and I liked "The Other: Evolve or Die" which most of the voters in "www.spiderfan.org" found unlikeable, all his writings in FNSM aren't good in comparison to his writings before the marriage gets broken.
Another example of writers who couldn't do it right when Peter was with his wife is "Paul Jenkins", Spider-Man readers know that all his writings are with a married Peter, but when M.J was away Spider-Man stories were the best of fun to be seen, after Peter and M.J reunited and P.J wrote stories for them together; the stories didn't have the right fun that should exist in Spider-Man comics.
No writer managed to pull the stint right except for two:
1. "Joe Straczynski" sided by "John Romita jr"
2. Marvel Knight (this is how I nickname him) writer "Mark Millar"
The difference is extremely obvious, I believe people should stop hating the new direction of Spider-Man in the 616 universe