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I liked the gag about Miles and his mom not understanding the "Face it, Tiger" reference.
Gwen ditched her crew XD
Though going by the previews, no for long.
Gwen certainly got a lot creepier. I know she sees everyone as comic book characters, but taking a shot at a guy in front of Spider-Man because he's not important? That's insane.
The Mood Whiplash in this issue was definitely something else especially with Gwen deciding she wants to be a '90s Anti-Hero and how insane that actually sounds.
edited 14th Sep '16 9:59:21 AM by Lionheart0
Miles loves trying to arrest girls...
Girls love being bad in front of Miles.
Since they'll be apparently having another teamup in Gwen's second Christmas Special, she should pull a "Hail Hydra" just to screw with him.
He will just arrest her again.
I really liked the recent issue, it was both fun and sad.
There's an awful lot of Reality Ensues going on for poor Gwen.
I was rewatching old Digimon recently and I realized Gwen reminds me of the Digimon Emperor.
How do? She's not exactly trying to take over the MU.
Honestly, it's nice to see how shit things actually go when Reality Ensues, especially for the people who wanted and needed it not to.
mostly her mindset of these people aren't real. they are just plot devices that don't matter. it just reminds me of ken and how he thought digimon were only clumps of data and weren't real
Today was Gwenpool day again! They included the next release date in the back, the 9th of November.
Gwenpool finds out her boss wants the exact world she came from. Dramatic Irony ensues.
yeah he makes a good foil to her.
There are more hints that she really is a sociopath with each issue. It's getting really weird.
it might be why she thought her parents would be happier without her.
It's kind of weird. She clearly can have empathy, but just chooses not to, like she can't bring herself to take the world seriously. Personality disorder? Maybe.
It's because she believes the world is fictional. It's a very nice deconstruction of what someone like Deadpool (who knew about the Fourth Wall) would really act like.
edited 12th Oct '16 8:48:01 PM by alliterator
It's entirely possible she's trying to fake empathy, and failing.
Like, she knows the world is FAKE by the standards of the world she is from, and that everyone she is interacting with lives and dies on the whims of the writers, but at the same time she acknowledges that she can't just act like nobody's life matters- After all, Cecil is her sidekick, she has a team, she can't just be an asshole who's a dick to her team and sidekick, nobody wants to read about those people.
The thing is that her experience with Doctor Strange ought to have shown her that her world and the Marvel universe occupy different universes within a larger ultimate reality, thus teaching her that this world is as real as her own. Sadly, she missed the message.
I'm interviewing Christopher Hastings, the author.
Does he have anything interesting to say about her?
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