I liked Millennium.
What is wrong with this Internet? Every day I can read a score of people chiming in on how much they liked Secret Wars, but hated Millennium. On how they thought Inferno or Fall Of The Mutants or Atlantis Attacks or Acts Of Vengeance was totally wicked…but Millennium sucked.
Are they serious?
I have not yet heard one person inveighing against Millennium — not one! — who could say what they didn’t like about it.
And I’m not saying it was the best thing I’ve ever read in my whole life, either.
But as far as Mandatory Marvel/DC Event Crossovers?
Yeah. It’s up there.
Because, Inferno, Internet?
As Ed calls it, “Look Out, Big Nasty’s Coming To Get You”?
Have you lost your mind, Internet?
Yes; you have. Because I just read someone praising Secret Wars II.
Secret. Wars. II.
I sometimes forget that you are all kids, and don’t know any better. Then I read something like CSBG’s Top 100 Runs, where the Australian X-Men run sits about middle of the pack, and Ditko’s Dr. Strange sits at the very bottom. Mind-boggling. I read people saying Al Milgrom’s a no-talent hack. Christ, next they’re going to be saying Al Williamson’s a no-talent hack.
I mean for God’s sake.
Honestly, I’d like to know what you all consider a good crossover.
What’s a good crossover?
What’s the best crossover?
And what’s the worst crossover.
Although I suppose a better question would be: what’s the best single issue of a regular series that had to deal with a crossover?
Ooooh…now that I want to know.