Sunday, April 27, 2008

High Flying Vulture

After a bit of a false start, the Vulture is shaping up to be one of the better villains we've seen so far. I'm basing this solely on the fact that he's smart enough to ditch a henchman who is obviously a loser, and was smart enough to get the heck away from the prison as soon as possible. The only other thing is that Peter should really know not to say stuff like that. He jinxes any chances he ever has of things going right by saying stuff like that.

As for the Next box: It would really stink for the Vulture if his entire appearance was during a storm. I mean, it couldn't be comfortable or safe to fly in that costume during a storm. Poor guy.

3 comments:

Nick said...

Fortunately for Drago, the NYPD doesn't have helicopters.

Anonymous said...

You'd think by now Peter would realize that he's a secret-identity crime-fighter, and often times in the Spider-World, things come up, like... Oh I don't know, super villains (and not-so-super villains) deciding to wreak havoc on the denizens of New York City. And in Spider-World, all cops are too inept to know how to shoot someone. So to say something as stupid as "NOTHING could take me away from you tonight" is really really stupid.

Everett Volk said...

Another reason Vulture is such an excellent super villain is that he wears a fabulous white feather boa while commiting heinous felonies (and we're not talking about sodomy in Texas).