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Er uestions arise Who is the Unseen What was stolen from the Watcher’s lair Just when the Avengers think they’ve cornered their murderer everything explodes unleashing the Marvel Universe’s greatest secrets and rocking the heroes to their core W Uatu the Watcher has seen all the events of importance for what seems to be forever Someone killed him but who would do such a thing and whyThis is a whodunnit if there ever was one A bunch of Marvel Heroes gather together to learn who killed The Watcher and why This story is really a 25 The pacing was painfully slow at times I never got all that interested in the story although some interesting thoughts were made such as why does he watchOverall Original Sin felt like a crossover event for the sake of a crossover event The Numbers Game rocking the heroes to their core W Uatu the Watcher has seen all the events of importance for what seems to be forever Someone killed him but who would do such a thing and whyThis is a whodunnit if there ever was one A bunch of Marvel Heroes gather together to learn who killed The Watcher and why This story is Tall man riding. really a 25 The pacing was painfully slow at times I never got all that interested in the story although some interesting thoughts were made such as why does he watchOverall Original Sin felt like a crossover event for the sake of a crossover event

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Hat did the Watcher see As all the truths come tumbling into the light discover the Original Sins of dozens of major characters from the Inhumans to Dr Doom to J Jonah Jameson Collecting ORIGINAL SIN #0 8 ORIGINAL SINS #1 5 and material from POINT ONE # Well that ended badly in than one sense of the wordPretty much everything you need to know about this is on the front and back covers Someone has shot the Watcher and a team of Marvel s finest heroes are on the case This is one of those Big Event books that result in Lasting Changes until another Big Event or just a new creative team puts things back the way they used to be Yeah I may have read a few too many of these over the years Actually as Big Events go this is one of the better ones The idea of having the Watcher murdered is certainly audacious Jason Aaron sustains the sense of things being being off kilter with constant touches having the Mindless Ones start to think for example There are all sorts of little bits like that that longtime Marvel fans will appreciateThat actually may be a weakness I ve been reading various Marvel titles since the mid 70 s plus plenty of reprints and back issues from prior to that I m no expert but I do know a thing or two I m not sure how interesting this book will be to the casual reader It seems pretty well aimed at the fansI also really don t like the ending The book begins superbly builds well but Aaron flubs the ending I hit the reveal and was like That s it That s who shot the Watcher I don t buy it And the bit about their having time to slip away freuently over the entire history they ve been around in the Marvel Universe to do things Sorry Not buying it Maybe Brian Michael Bendis could have figured out how to massage the continuity to make it work but you Jason Aaron are no Brian Michael Bendis If it had been set up better maybe I dunno I just found character s explanation for their actions all of them unconvincingOne big plus about the book for me at least was the appearance of the Orb Jason Aaron seems to have lots of fun writing him as I discovered in his run on Dr Strange I wouldn t mind seeing an Orb miniseries from him one of these days At one point someone says What do you mean it s not a mask How are you talking if it s not a mask to which Orby replies It took a long time to learn I used to just make suishy noises and Just funDespite my problems with the ending this was otherwise a good book I d even go so far as to recommend it Hour of the Beast result in Lasting Changes until another Big Event or just a new creative team puts things back the way they used to be Yeah I may have Dictionary Of Dreams read a few too many of these over the years Actually as Big Events go this is one of the better ones The idea of having the Watcher murdered is certainly audacious Jason Aaron sustains the sense of things being being off kilter with constant touches having the Mindless Ones start to think for example There are all sorts of little bits like that that longtime Marvel fans will appreciateThat actually may be a weakness I ve been The Love of a Latino reading various Marvel titles since the mid 70 s plus plenty of Other Days, Other Eyes reprints and back issues from prior to that I m no expert but I do know a thing or two I m not sure how interesting this book will be to the casual Deception Island reader It seems pretty well aimed at the fansI also The Family really don t like the ending The book begins superbly builds well but Aaron flubs the ending I hit the The First Partition of Poland reveal and was like That s it That s who shot the Watcher I don t buy it And the bit about their having time to slip away freuently over the entire history they ve been around in the Marvel Universe to do things Sorry Not buying it Maybe Brian Michael Bendis could have figured out how to massage the continuity to make it work but you Jason Aaron are no Brian Michael Bendis If it had been set up better maybe I dunno I just found character s explanation for their actions all of them unconvincingOne big plus about the book for me at least was the appearance of the Orb Jason Aaron seems to have lots of fun writing him as I discovered in his The Hero of Varay run on Dr Strange I wouldn t mind seeing an Orb miniseries from him one of these days At one point someone says What do you mean it s not a mask How are you talking if it s not a mask to which Orby Palestrina and Other Plays replies It took a long time to learn I used to just make suishy noises and Just funDespite my problems with the ending this was otherwise a good book I d even go so far as to Blackmailed By Daddy recommend it

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Who killed the Watcher Uatu the mysterious space god who observes mankind from the moon is dead Thus begins the greatest murder mystery in Marvel history As Nick Fury leads a cosmic manhunt to the far corners of the universe other forces marshal and oth Original Sin is Marvel s big 2014 Summer Event comic It s a whodunit that revolves around the murder of Uatu The Watcher the giant bald headed toga wearing man on the moon figure who pops up every now and then watching things Nick Fury and Captain America lead an all star cast of Marvel s Mightiest Heroes as they search for clues and hunt down the culprit but who would want Uatu dead And what do they want with his eyes Last year s Age of Ultron was totally moronic while Infinity was just badly written Jonathan Hickman is a great ideas man but not a great writer Original Sin is neither but is instead just plain BORING Or to be specific it s overlong by half Counting the 0 issue this is a 9 issue story that could ve been much better if it were 4 or 5 issues max As it is the 0 issue written by Mark Waid basically introduces The Watcher to readers unfamiliar with him the 1 issue sets up the story there s about 2 maybe 3 issues where the various characters collect clues there s another issue where the murderer explains themselves cut out a lot of this fat and you ll be left with a much snappier satisfying story Or would you Because in addition to it being much too long the story itself isn t that gripping Hands up who cares about The Watcher and be honest I doubt anyone would call themselves a fan of this dude He s a marginal character at best I wasn t that invested in finding out who killed this guy especially when doing so is totally conseuence free Also it s funny to note that even Jason Aaron seems to lose interest in Uatu some way into the story it shifts from being about his death and what it means to the person whodunit and their reasons which actually turns out to have much severe conseuences for the Marvel U than The Watcher s death could ever have Then there s the format of the story itself which is essentially a police procedural albeit with superheroes I m simply not a fan of crime fiction or police procedurals so I didn t care much to watch groups of superheroes find out clues etc on their way to figuring out The Watcher s killer The team ups were interesting at least on paper the Punisher and Doctor Strange Black Panther Emma Frost and Ant Man Moon Knight Winter Soldier and Gamora Iron Man and Bruce Banner But they basically just collect clues then reunite there s little explored in their relationships and they don t do much themselves either That s not to say I hated it entirely By far the most impressive aspect of this event comic was Mike Deodato s art I ve never really paid attention to his work before but his art in this book was outstanding and I think he did a terrific job giving the story this grandiose look I ll definitely keep an eye hoho out for his name on titles in the future And there were some nice scenes like the meat night at the start of the story where Cap Fury Wolverine and Black Widow have dinner at this remote steakhouse and talk about old times And there s a bizarre detail in the investigation where it s revealed a PLANET was SHOT by a BULLET and KILLED That made me laugh that was a true Jason Aaron nutty detail But for large swathes of this story I was barely paying attention So many scenes were just flat and dull stretched out to make it last longer There s a number of MacGuffins too in keeping with the whodunit approach that take up space I just didn t care for the most part and it didn t matter either you can still follow this even half paying attention It doesn t help either that we find out whodunit halfway through so all tension is lost and the rest is just the usual superhero fights Take away the after effects this story had on the characters and if you follow comics news you ll already be aware of what some of those effects are and take a look at the book itself Were you engaged with it Did you enjoy it And for me the answer to both is no So while Original Sin may not have the flaws other Marvel event comics have it s still not a great book because it s an event comic the format itself keeps it from being good til the next Marvel event sigh still a damn sight better than DC s event comics If you don t like being played with and need to know whodunit and other spoilers or maybe you just want to know because you ve no intention of reading this I ve included them below but don t forget that you clicked view spoiler not me view spoilerNick Fury dunit Old white Nick Fury that is not Sam Jackson FuryThe big reveal is that Fury s been keeping Earth safe all these years by doing intergalactic black ops that are gasp pretty bad Like cosmic genocide bad Why would anyone be shocked Fury has always been the black ops guy him getting up to immoral shenanigans is part of his character Was I surprised Nuh uh I was surprised that I was supposed to be surprised So a guy with a giant eye in place of a head called The Orb Marvel really have a way with names takes one of The Watcher s eyes because he s a bit loopy Anyway he manages to activate it because it s got powers or something and reveal to everyone all the Marvel superheroes their secrets or sins This somehow leads to Female Thor Black Captain America Superior Iron Man and Fury becomes the new Watcher while Bucky the Winter Soldier becomes the new Fury There s also a weird continuity error in the final issue In the last battle Fury whispers something to Thor which causes him to no longer be able to wield Mjolnir he is suddenly unworthy Then on page 23 of the final issue the top panel Thor s holding Mjolnir calmly Then four pages later he s having trouble lifting the hammer again OOPS huh Marvel hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “Original Sin

  1. says:

    Marvel decides to run Nick Fury the old white one through his paces one time before he and old man Captain America retire and play shuffleboard or cribbage or knit sweaters for Tigra or whatever old superheroes

  2. says:

    Original Sin wasn’t the random unflushed tampon I thought it was gonna be Lots of horrible reviews for this one kept me from getting to optimistic about the event and I went in prepared for the worst Only my love of most things “J

  3. says:

    Original Sin is Marvel’s big 2014 Summer Event comic It’s a whodunit that revolves around the murder of Uatu The Watcher the giant bald headed toga wearing man on the moon figure who pops up every now and then watching things Nick Fury and Captain America lead an all star cast of Marvel’s Mightiest Heroes as they sea

  4. says:

    So this was good fun I enjoyed it but this could have been soooooo much It was such a good idea but it just had too many characters in it to make it effective Someone kills the Uatu The Watcher and takes his eyes His eyes are like hard drives and some z lister bad guy that Jason Aaron seems to love detonates o

  5. says:

    So This was a crossover event I generally have lower standards for crossover events than I do standalone stories I expect

  6. says:

    Uatu the Watcher has seen all the events of importance for what seems to be forever Someone killed him but who would do such a thing and whyThis is a whodunnit if there ever was one A bunch of Marvel Heroes gather together to learn who killed The Watcher and why This story is really a 25 The pacing was painfully slow at times I nev

  7. says:

    OK So Hmm I'm tornHere there be spoilersOn the one hand I love the characters in this book Cap Tony and the Odinson are here but other than Cap they don't dominate like they usually doThere are however the team upsDr Strange and the Punisher; Moon Knight Winter SoldierBucky Gamora; Scott Lang Ant Man Black Panther Emma Frost Oh and Rocket

  8. says:

    Well that ended badly in than one sense of the wordPretty much everything you need to know about this is on the front and back covers Someone has shot the Watcher and a team of Marvel’s finest heroes are on the case This is one of those Big Event books that result in Lasting Changes until another Big Event o

  9. says:

    Original Sin Someone has killed The Watcher who was itOverall I didn't really care for this series It had some major ret conning going on and also it just seemed a little implausible even for a comic series I didn't care for some of the changes the book made in long term characters I don't want to give too much away so I won't say Overall just not one of my favorite crossovers Not terrible but not great either Even addi

  10. says:

    Still not entirely sure how I feel about this one It was far better than a majority of recent Marvel events but that ending was a face palmerAnd whatever was said to Thor had better be DAMN good to make him suddenly unworthy of lifting MjolnirRIP Uatu I really enjoyed your weird bald self and still subscribe to the theory that you are alive

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