You stumble across this Blog and see about 90% DC Comics reviewed. You are a follower and wonder why I never really talk about current Marvel comicbooks? Well, I do not buy any Marvel books currently. The last series I was reading involved Nova. When the constant crossovers kept intruding I just gave it up. Sadly I left a company I at one time was supporting fully. I recently reread my Nova series until I stopped buying. I still love the character and love Marvel. I was reminded how perverse the Marvel Universe had become to me. Heroes becoming fascists and Spider-man making deals with the devil so writers could have him with multiple sexual possibilities. I could go on and on about the way these characters just did not feel right. The strange relationship fans and corporate leaders have was broken for me. I took to heart the idea Quesada snidely gave of reading the back stock of Marvel Comics if I (fans) did not like the direction the company was going creatively. I have. I read the glorious old comics where integrity and responsibility mean something. I read about heroes that sacrifice real and substantial things for the greater good. Marvel currently is for a type of reader I am not. I suppose they are selling books, and a friend of mine would say they do not care if they lost my business. Still, are there more "mes" out there? I am not alone right? Others became feed up and broke the mentality of just overlooking and buying anyway, right? Truthfully, this came at a good time. $3.99 is too much for a 22-page story, especially if you dislike the way things are. I have decisions to make as DC will one day have to decide a new price rate. So far their tiered pricing has kept most of my reads at $2.99 So I hope you realize why things are so unbalanced.