Phil Watts Jr, a regular here, asks if I'll do a month-by-month, blow-by-blow analysis of the post "Brand New Day" Spider-man books.
I might try to gloss over the main points (The big failures, the clear misteps, the occassional spot of something interesting, and the undeniable fact that there's not one of these stories that couldn't have been told with Mary Jane that would have been just as good if not better) in a post or two when I have more time, but I'm not going to go into details because I'm not sure what it would accomplish, and at the end of the day, I don't want to have to look at stuff from those books because they are completely forgettable at best, or brain-bleedingly awful at worst.
But, if you want some ideas of my other plans for the future:
-I'm going to explain, quite clearly, that if you were pro-Initiative during Tony Stark's tenure, you have no business quiting now that Norman Osborn is in charge, and that by doing so, you are finally admitting that the entire SHRA and the Initiative were completely, totally, WRONG.
-I'm going to talk about comics outside Marvel/DC that deserve your money, your praise, and word of mouth. Comics that deserve to exist after Marvel and DC have fallen by the wayside into the dumpster.
-Two Words (Sorta): PS238 month. Oh yes.