Consistently crap to the point where I look at my pile of books for the month (arranged from meh to great) and get lazy to start reading.
The single reason for me buying these was a shred of hope to see the Titans reunited. I'm giving up. This whole Harvest deal just brings back crap memories from the Image years where creativity took a dump like yesterday's burrito.
Time to shed 3 pounds.
|Matthew Morris RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8 , Star Voter 2013|
I'm sorry, friends. To be fair, I haven't been a huge titans fan, so this really doesn't hurt me much. Both Marvel and DC have kinda lost it of late. Me, I'm reading individual titles from both companies- Amethyst: Sword of Sorcery is back.
I'm still sad they sent my attempt at giving Amethyst the Vertigo treatment back to me unopened. I mean, I knew they would, because "no unsolicited submissions" and all... but when the execs go out of their way at 'cons to say "Send us your stuff!" knowing that they don't take submissions... It was worth a shot, right?
I'm not impressed with Amethyst yet (although the Beowulf backstory is turning out to be pretty good), but as a long-time LOSH fan, I'm almost ready to give Legion Lost the boot. I'm really very tired of the crossover-itis that's been infecting LOSH/Superboy/Titans since their reboots, as it's showing that the writers think the books aren't strong enough to stand on their own.
Im a legion fan myself and I stopped legion lost almost immediately. The series just doesn't work with time travel,despite previous comics.
Im very sorry they returned your stuff unopened. That is is the very definition of boorish. I am starting to think that the time has come to make our own comics. As much as I enjoy what I do read, its leaving me unfulfilled. Monthly games are becoming more and more what im looking for ,and it may be time to put pen to paper .
Enh... I knew it would happen when I sent it in. DC and Marvel and all the other big companies (with perhaps the sole exception being Image, but don't quote me) all have a "no unsolicited" policy. And as it happens they no doubt had Amethyst on the burner for a while before I even submitted, so they'd have said no, anyway.
It just bugs me that at the Comic Cons they will say things to fans who ask how to break in like "Send us your stuff!" and "We're always looking!" when in reality they aren't, and haven't been for some time.
Maybe I'll get my stuff together and go camp out on Image's doorstep for a while.