Review: NINO #28
What is wrong with Marvel?
They actually think this “story” about playing “hot potato” with “The Black Vortex” is entertaining?
Silly, yes. Entertaining, no. Unless, of course, you’re an easily satisfied zombie who will buy anything and take to the internet to defend it to the end.
It’s just typical Duggan in a typical NINO story. Screw-up after screw-up that somehow works itself out in the end mostly due to NINO’s dumb luck or another NINO screw-up that fortuitously ends well. Of course, the requisite cardboard villains written as if they belong in an episode of Scooby-Doo are prominently on display as always.
Of course, Duggan, not satisfied with his appearances on forums to insult Rider fans, has to throw in an insult to Rider fans in the body of the story. Seriously, if there are any Rider fans still buying this trash, this has to be the final straw for you. Join the rest of us in the boycott.
This is just another episode of Marvel Cosmic gone horribly wrong. It isn’t even cosmic, really, as the space setting is just incidental. It’s just puerile, juvenile trash aimed at 8-year-olds and played as a farce for cheap laughs for chronologically older persons with the mentality of 8-year-olds (aka Marvel Zombies).
The art continues to decline. Thane’s “googly eyes” turn what is supposed to be the only serious dramatic scene in this ultimately stupid story into yet another Scooby-Doo moment of farce.
Cancellation of this garbage can’t come too soon. Marvel needs to man up and admit that this experiment has been a total failure. Unfortunately, Brevoort and Alonso are in charge, so that will never happen. Like NINO, you can only count on them to do the most stupid thing possible and double-down on the failed formula. Ladies and gentlemen, prepare for Bonso’s Double-Down: “Politically Correct NINO-ette (PC-NINO-ette).” Join us in boycotting her, too.