|Reviews for Vanko & Pym, Inc BOOK ONE|
| grelber37 4/15/13 . chapter 25
Now, THAT chapter is a battle royale! You switch p-o-vs very well, and a reader makes sense of all of the action by the multiple p-o-vs. Good job there. The entire complex story is coherent. I like your levels of specificity (you use precise terms and describe completely) and your use of colorful language. Definitely, you understand the characters enough to choose well the language that they would use even in their internal dialogues.
And, if I have not written so previously, I like simply that you use underused characters in an underappreciated setting (i.e. the early Marvel Universe).
| grelber37 2/26/13 . chapter 21
You pack this chapter with characters, and you characterize them well. Not one character is flat. As any Marvel writer would do, you make the heroes flawed too. For example, Giant-Man practices some bad judgment. Wasp is difficult with "the help." As your post script notes, Hawkeye is a killer at this point in time.
I admired the chapter's organization. Not every writer could juggle so many stories occurring simultaneously. I shall keep reading these stories if you keep writing them.
| Press and Clean 8/15/12 . chapter 2
Chapter One was long winded, but I understood that you needed to deal with the Characters' origin (not sure why as most Marvel fans already know them). Loved Hank and his sister's past, by the way.
Chapter two took off and I'm glad I gave this story a second chance. I like the Vanko-Van Dyne rivalry. And I finally got to figure out who the "Vanko" as in the title.
| Wasp9000 8/7/12 . chapter 5
Oooh, cliffhanger! I lord the tension in this chapter, keep it up!(:
| Wasp9000 7/29/12 . chapter 3
Great story so far, you write Jan and Hank very well! I also love how you connect tO the comics so directly, keep it up!(: