Bottom of the Pile - June 18th, 2014
.....Ultron. Really. Let me, go back a bit, just to get this straight. The guy you idiots went back into the past to completely erase from the timestream, actually shattering time altogether in the process--the full repercussions of you still aren't even sure of yet....somehow still exists, and took over Earth 500 years into the future anyway.
Y'know what? Quit. This is clearly not a winnable battle. Either that, or Marvel could...oh, I don't know...stop spamming the same fucking villains so they don't seem like implacable singularity points who will exist regardless of what the heroes do to get rid of them.
One, if I might ask: Who the fuck is Euroforce. Two: No Swordswoman, they're not the Mighty Avengers. That's the one with all the black people. These are the...actually, I'm not sure what branch of Avengers these guys are. I think they're the Coke Classic team.
Green Lantern: New Guardians
Given the other Arno's rather duplicitous nature, I'm going to file this under "foreshadowing" and wait for Arno's existence to blow up in Tony's face. That is, if they survive Original Sin.
Is the actual truthbomb in Original Sin that nobody likes Bucky? Because "I never liked him [Bucky]" has become a running joke at this point. When you find out he's not evil you're all gonna feel like real jerks.
New 52: Futures End
If we're talking "dorks", between the two of you, only one has a ridiculous name. And surprisingly, it's not the guy with the 1960's-era Marvel alliteration nom-de-plume (Cole Cash).
Thor: God of Thunder
No wonder the military budget is so ridiculous. While I'm at it, how do you work for SHIELD as an active officer and you've never taken a life?
Wolverine and the X-Men
Author's Note: Bottom of the Pile is a weekly column (or at least, my attempt at said) in which I cover the comics that found their way to the bottom of my pile, thus being the best as I've always been a proponent of "saving the best for last". Since bog standard reviews can be found literally anywhere, coverage can range from mini-reviews to funny comments to commentary on a creator's run or comics as a whole, depending on a wide range of factors including the comic itself, the amount of time I have, and my general mood.