October 15, 2013 - A new perspective
Let's go out on my own.
Nice physics lesson. I actually went to look up entropy, thinking it was related to chaos. Yes, it is.
The comic seems lighter. It isn't as interesting as some of the earlier ones. It may have gotten to a point where the story was too simplistic. Especially at the beginning where Woody is inside the Woodchuck costume. I like that he's crazy. And I like that he's got a job - and ticked off at Eric, again.
But too much of the story is all about the one joke - a woodchuck holding a gun.
Now, the section with Quantum - that's more interesting. And I liked re-exploring the whole world within the problem - and expanding Eric - and his problems. I hated Batman again in the story. And it will also stink when he dies. But not a bad issue - just not as great as many of them have been.
And then, it ends.
A great little comic finishing up Mysterio's little conflict with Spidey - and I have to insert again that I loved the revelations of old Mysterio without the helmet. But I really liked the fun house set up with Spidey this time around.
A lot of creative designs on the writing - and the panels, too. Really putting a cool perspective on the entrapment - and the enclosure - much like the pacing of the cuts - the insertion of each picture - and awkward assembly really put a hold on his paranoia.
So, of course I knew how the story was going to unfold and end - that of COURSE Spider-Man couldn't have been shrunken down to a mini-size, but it was put together in such a way that I didn't really care about that too much. Great one.