There are times that, I, I just don't know about Marvel, or me and this hobby of mine.
We've got the Millar on an upcoming Wolverine arc, and his well, incestuous Hulk grandkids. From the creative team who brought you Civil War! I'm using "creative" very loosely there.
Then there's Bendis and whatever it is that put a bug up his ass about Tigra. Bendis, please, stop writing about Tigra. I know Yu said she was gonna get a moment in the sun to make up for all the crap lately, but I have no faith in you to do right by the character. No faith whatsoever. If it was your pets, Luke Cage and Jessica Drew, then I might believe you were doing this with the purpose of showing what true heroes they are, and how they persevere. But since it's a character you've professed to hate, a character you have Edwin Jarvis, of all characters, calling an obscenity, I can't give you that benefit of the doubt (and we're gonna talk about that Jarvis thing tomorrow). Because you've given no indication you deserve it. The funny thing is, once upon a time (in Mexico) I wasn't prepared to buy that you did hate Tigra, thinking you just said that as a joke. I believe it now.
So here's the thing: Millar, please stop writing. Or at least, please stop trying to outdo Jeph Loeb in terms of unsubtle, gratuitous stupidity. And Bendis, please stop writing Tigra. Stop writing about her. Make a deal with Mephisto to forget that she even exists in the Marvel Universe. Or I'll make a deal with Mephisto to make you forget. I can trade my love for Ultimate Spider-Man. I'm willing to do that. Marvel got my money for them, so it's not as if you would care, and I'll have stuff to keep me warm when the Apocalypse comes and there's no electricity (because I don't burn reading material otherwise). You don't have to finish the story you have planned for her, just drop it. In a few years, someone will come along who likes the character, who can do right by her, they'll make her part and they'll rehab the character.
I, I, I ju- I don't know. I'm not even buying these books (nor do I plan to) and their existence is driving me up the walls.