>>82120217>but because you no longer feel like you're who they're made for anymore?
Which is why I don't read shit like Amazing Spider-Man or anything with a big focus on Harley Quinn anymore.
It's very easy to spot when a book is pandering to the "I just saw a movie and wanna get into this hobby by reading inoffensive, easy-to-follow stuff that I sorta know" crowd.
Nothing wrong with new people getting into the hobby, they'll either get bored with it or move on to better things like we all did.
But Spidey just ain't made for me anymore.
Shit like Drax, or Aquaman, or Superior Foes though?
Capeshit that has no mainstream appeal compared to whomever is in this summer's MCU blockbusters?
Sign me up, because there's a chance that that's pretty good stuff.
Of course, it's also always good to branch out of capeshit and take a look beyond the Big 2.
IDW's Godzilla and Ghostbusters stuff is just delightful, and The Fix from Image is fantastic so far.