Then came an tale of mutants and a bounty hunter, which was fun with moral manoeuvres. Then came an okay puzzle, which is a bit difficult to follow. Then there is minecraft spoof which is forgettable and then there is a tale of 2 alien delinquents. That had no alacrity but this was enjoyable. I really liked this.
“Living slime encased in a cybernetic body.”
“Steal me for spare parts!”
“I’ve eaten sandwiches with more intelligence.”
“Rabid geese...plague tears...mystery wind...tree of eyes...land of no gravity...volcano of blue vomit...skulls of despair...pyramid of worms...cube of knives...bullet rain...howling scarecrows...troglodyte clowns...invisible t-rex.”
One tires of Loki’s tantrums and tirades. He deserves to be treated with negativity and contempt because he is morally defective and morally repugnant and deliberately provocative. Then came a Captain America story, he’s not Hydra anymore. Hydra still lurks but a woman plans something. What is Thaddeus Ross up to? What is going on in the swamps? This was confusing but intriguing.
“There were no Homo Sapiens one million years ago.”
“I fear what next will come from the sky.”
“I wanted to nail it to the moon as a warning to the others,”
“I’m taking off the mask and telling Gotham the truth about Batman.”
“Gotham’s problems aren’t special.”
“But you broke the law to do it.”
“The young woman with the red hair.”
“Not to mention a hundred workers coming and going without being seen.”
“After decades of cleaning up mayhem in Gotham --super-criminals tearing up city blocks, attacking our subways, battling in the sewers--not once did we ever find any of this.”