Mjolnir Meets Its Match In Black Knight: Curse Of The Ebony Blade #3

Mjolnir Meets Its Match In Black Knight: Curse Of The Ebony Blade #3


Jay Cochran - April 24, 2021
The Mighty Thor faces the Black Knight in BLACK KNIGHT: CURSE OF THE EBONY BLADE #3

BLACK KNIGHT: CURSE OF THE EBONY BLADE #3
Written by SIMON SPURRIER
Art by SERGIO DÁVILA
Cover by IBAN COELLO
ON SALE MAY 19, 2021
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Gigantor - 2021-04-29 @ 12:12 am
17 minutes ago, GulagEscapee666 said:

Sigh. Theyve been worfing the heck out of goldilocks for years now. 

That is true, he's probably gonna be regulated to being barefoot & cooking with an apron on that sports a drawing of Mjolnir in   "love and ".

GulagEscapee666 - 2021-04-28 @ 11:52 pm

Sigh. Theyve been worfing the heck out of goldilocks for years now. 

Gigantor - 2021-04-28 @ 10:35 pm
4 hours ago, Jmacq1 said:

I mean there's something about opinions and certain orifices that goes here, but for my money,  just like any and every era of comics, the 80's were filled with some good stories/writers/artists, some bad stories/writers/artists, and a wide gulf of in-between that was serviceable but usually not particularly memorable.  

Sure buddy, there were some stinkers in the 70s & 80s, not gonna deny that. But I'll take a Shooter/Perez & Austin/Byrne team over any combo of today's writer's/artists any day or the week and twice on Sunday!

Jmacq1 - 2021-04-28 @ 5:43 pm
12 hours ago, Gigantor said:

Main difference was they actually were written by writers back then that today's current batch of writers couldn't touch with a 10 ft pole in the talent dept. Same goes for most of what goes for "art" nowadays with a few exceptions. That Stern/Byrne run on Cap is probably my all time favorite Cap arc.

I mean there's something about opinions and certain orifices that goes here, but for my money,  just like any and every era of comics, the 80's were filled with some good stories/writers/artists, some bad stories/writers/artists, and a wide gulf of in-between that was serviceable but usually not particularly memorable.  

memocromatico - 2021-04-28 @ 5:19 am

Someone got up on the angry side of bed tonight. 

Gigantor - 2021-04-28 @ 4:50 am

Main difference was they actually were written by writers back then that today's current batch of writers couldn't touch with a 10 ft pole in the talent dept. Same goes for most of what goes for "art" nowadays with a few exceptions. That Stern/Byrne run on Cap is probably my all time favorite Cap arc.

Jmacq1 - 2021-04-28 @ 1:11 am
On 4/26/2021 at 7:41 PM, Gigantor said:

We get it, you were born 20yrs ago and don't like the Classics.  I had zero problem with Marvel pitting their flagship character vs the Hulk or Namor. He's an A Lister & the main reason was to get readers into the Hulk & Namor who in the 60s & early 70s were not as popular as Spidey was. What's the excuse card to hype up WK/BK vs Thor? Upcoming app in the MCU is my guess. 

LOL

I mean if you want to play the "old man" game, sure, we can do that.  I pretty much taught myself how to read on a big pile of late 70's/Early 80's back issues a neighbor gave to my parents around '82 or '83.  My favorite at the time was the Baron Blood/Union Jack arc from Byrne and Stern's brief run on Captain America.  I read pretty much all those same comics you and Mako wax nostalgic about growing up, probably about the same time you did, and many of them were great and entertaining stories for their time, but to pretend like they were any less cliched than what's getting published now is absolutely laughable.

 

 

 

 

Gigantor - 2021-04-26 @ 11:41 pm
4 hours ago, Jmacq1 said:

Which it already was by the time you were reading your favored era of comics, from what I can tell.  So what's your excuse for the cliches back then being excusable when they aren't now?  Beyond nostalgia-glasses?

But no, I guess we can never have a mismatched power-level conflict in comics ever again.  No stories about underdogs getting away with the unexpected, gotta have a strict hierarchy with no variance so that no powerful or popular character ever gets beaten by anyone weaker then them!  

In fact, if three quarters of the Avengers' roster (Certainly every single "human" or "barely superhuman" member) doesn't get brutally murdered instantly the next time they fight Thanos, it's poor writing.

We get it, you were born 20yrs ago and don't like the Classics.  I had zero problem with Marvel pitting their flagship character vs the Hulk or Namor. He's an A Lister & the main reason was to get readers into the Hulk & Namor who in the 60s & early 70s were not as popular as Spidey was. What's the excuse card to hype up WK/BK vs Thor? Upcoming app in the MCU is my guess. 

Jmacq1 - 2021-04-26 @ 6:35 pm
55 minutes ago, mako said:

Or, they've read TO MANY comics. In which case stories like this will come of as trite and cliche . . . which they are.

Which it already was by the time you were reading your favored era of comics, from what I can tell.  So what's your excuse for the cliches back then being excusable when they aren't now?  Beyond nostalgia-glasses?

But no, I guess we can never have a mismatched power-level conflict in comics ever again.  No stories about underdogs getting away with the unexpected, gotta have a strict hierarchy with no variance so that no powerful or popular character ever gets beaten by anyone weaker then them!  

In fact, if three quarters of the Avengers' roster (Certainly every single "human" or "barely superhuman" member) doesn't get brutally murdered instantly the next time they fight Thanos, it's poor writing.

mako - 2021-04-26 @ 5:40 pm
2 hours ago, Jmacq1 said:

Man, it's like some folks here have never read comics.

Or, they've read TO MANY comics. In which case stories like this will come of as trite and cliche . . . which they are.

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