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      CommentAuthorRoho
    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2010
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    I don't think Igor it's coming back anytime soon, but a fan boy can dream right?
    • CommentAuthorfod_xp
    • CommentTimeOct 2nd 2010 edited
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    @Roho- Ah, I miss Igor Kordey, I loved his work on Morrison's New X-Men, despite being rushed, it was definitely something I had to get used to, but then once I did, I adopted the same attitude I did for Whilce Portacio's art: it's raw and ugly, but the visceral feel to the panels just amps up the panels, especially during hectic scenes and action scenes. While I used the term "ugly" I find neither Whilce Portacio's art nor Igor Kordey's art to fit the actual definition of the word "ugly." It's rough on the eyes, but I would read a book containing either of their art in a second.

    @Warrenellis- pay no mind to the CBR riff-raff, they're still pissed at you for "killing" Wallflower, which totally set the tone for eXogenetic for me, which was "F.Y.I. Crazy shit ahead, have a nice day."

    I'm loving Xenogenesis, too. I take back every negative comment I said towards Kaare Andrews. The man is a GOD at drawing the Astonishing X-Men.
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    ...they're still pissed at you for "killing" Wallflower...

    But she was killed in New X-Men when Stryker shot her through the head... (written by Craig Kyle and Chris Yost)
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    @Warped Savant, I've heard people complain because Kyle and Yost may have, at some point, toyed with the idea of bringing her back to life, and these readers feel they've now been robbed. Not that anything from Astonishing prevents her from being brought back. It's corporate superhero comics, which means not only can anyone be brought back to life in any shape and status deemed fit, but that they eventually probably must, just so the trademark doesn't run out.