At least the shenanigans between the two are mildly interesting, in a bad movie sort of way. The soap opera section of the book isn't. Because of her actions in a previous issue, May Day's little brother may never hear again! Moose hates Spider-Girl because he believes she killed his father! There's trouble brewing in Boyfriend Land! May Day didn't win the election she had already pulled out of! One tragedy could have provided impact and contrast. Multiple tragedies, and I'd argue that only one can really be considered tragic, blanket each other. The problems lack significance because they blend together, and you really cannot tell which one is affecting May the most. She reacts to them the same way. What it all amounts to is that May's life has become an indistinctive and boring ball of harsh, and she has become one of those hyper weepy-eyed women from old romance comics. Let's hope she hits somebody in the next issue. Read Full Review
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