Reviews by Spidon
Disjointed
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The title has promise, and as a fan of the "Rainbow Lanterns" I was excited for this book. It was a bit of a letdown. Rings from every Corp has come to Kyle Rayner, but no one knows why. The mystery leads them to a spaceship the size of a solar system, and a new, powerful villain. After that it just teeters off. They seem to forget about the villain as events from the other Green Lantern titles take over at the end.

If you're a fan of the various Lantern Corps, try to stick with it, but really you have to read all the New 52 Green Lantern titles together to understand anything that's happening, which is unfortunate.
Lack of Emotion
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For being such an important and ground-breaking event, the comic feels rushed and doesn't give any time for the proper emotional impact. Spider-Man is my favorite superhero, and the Ultimate universe started out so well, but I feel the quality just went down over the years, and everything is rushed to the point where huge events are skipped and I lose track of what is happening (see Ultimatum).

This comic does not do justice to the power of the character, Spider-Man. He is, and always will be, an important part of the Marvel or Ultimate Marvel universe, and this comics feels like they just cast him aside.
Fun Times
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Not a bad movie. Clearly a campy, silly take on the Snow White story. It claims to focus on the Queen more, but it really doesn't. I like the actress that plays Snow, and the dwarves are all fantastic. It's not great, but it's not bad either. Just a fun movie for the whole family.
Ultimate show
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What an amazing show. I'm drawn into each episode, and each episode feels like a movie. I get to the end and think "That was only an hour? It felt like 2 hours." But in a good, amazing, I-never-want-it-to-end way.
Spectacular
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What an amazing show. I'm drawn into each episode, and each episode feels like a movie. I get to the end and think "That was only an hour? It felt like 2 hours." But in a good, amazing, I-never-want-it-to-end way.