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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 42,719 posts (52,543 including aliases). 9 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 72 aliases.


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Grey Lensman wrote:
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Spiral_Ninja wrote:

Um....Okay...

** spoiler omitted **

It was interesting up to the....reveal.

No. Just NO!

Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.....

If Alan Moore had a grave, I think he'd be rolling in it right about now.

Although to be honest, I think Moore does that anytime DC does anything nowadays, or at least the closest equivalent.

This is very true.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Spiral_Ninja wrote:

Um....Okay...

** spoiler omitted **

It was interesting up to the....reveal.

No. Just NO!

Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.....

If Alan Moore had a grave, I think he'd be rolling in it right about now.

so..I'm the only one who thinks this then?

I could have sworn that was the new world/great work/whathaveyou Dr. Manhattan was talking about in the comic.

If we were talking about Grant Morrison, I could totally see that. Moore, however? No. I think that's the last thing he was considering. His only mistake was not being very explicit and having Manhattan say 'I'm going to create a universe that is in no way the same as the DC Comics Universe."

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Spiral_Ninja wrote:

Um....Okay...

** spoiler omitted **

It was interesting up to the....reveal.

No. Just NO!

Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.....

If Alan Moore had a grave, I think he'd be rolling in it right about now.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
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I like to think my own history education was pretty decent in highschool (5th through 12th grade actually), but that was a private school.

Catholic? The nuns know their bidness.

As for history ... I had good teachers. I don't want to make it seem like there was no teaching going on. It was just more aimed at American history, or Western European history. We just didn't get to Central Europe and Russia, at least pre-Napoleon era. Africa was skipped, as was a lot of Asia. We covered a lot of British history, some French, Central and South America. We covered the 20th Century quite extensively in a global fashion, especially post WWII geopolitics

Not nuns. Brothers. I guess kind of the male version of nuns. They ran the school and did some teaching.

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Greylurker wrote:
The Joker reveal is another interesting one. Almost makes sense in a way while being pretty far out there idea in another.

Has that happened yet?

If so, mind informing me what it is?

DC Rebirth #1 comes out next week but a lot sites got an advanced issue to review, so I don't know the full details but apparently

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Ye gods, that's idiotic. Sadly, about what I expect from DC these days.
you mean even dumber than the Joker that killed batman's parents, the woman who raised Bruce Wayne who was the mother or the guy who killed batman's parents, or the when batman's parents came back from the grave to say hi?

No. It just joins the list of very stupid crap they've thrown into comics over the years.

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Greylurker wrote:
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Greylurker wrote:
The Joker reveal is another interesting one. Almost makes sense in a way while being pretty far out there idea in another.

Has that happened yet?

If so, mind informing me what it is?

DC Rebirth #1 comes out next week but a lot sites got an advanced issue to review, so I don't know the full details but apparently

** spoiler omitted **

Ye gods, that's idiotic. Sadly, about what I expect from DC these days.

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

One thing that has me intrigued as a potential story line....

** spoiler omitted **

Or, what about...** spoiler omitted **

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Aberzombie wrote:
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That would be EPIC!!! <redacted> was awesome in that role, and to bring him back would not only make for a great villain, but also help create stronger ties what's going on in the movies.

My only problem with it would be.....

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Zola was always a Hydra guy, and bringing him back would give the show runners yet another excuse to bring Hydra back as the main villains. They need to not do that for a season or two.

Now, if they were to bring Zola back, but make him go off on his own.....say as the leader of a revived A.I.M........

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I thought I saw somewhere that Terry McGinnis was confirmed to once again be Batman in the Batman Beyond reboot. Hopefully, they'll return that setting to its previous awesomeness.

So far, though, that's the only new DC title I'm even remotely interested in. Sad.

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Eek! When did I get so gorram old?

Just remember: birthdays are not about celebrating being a year older. They are about celebrating survival. Another birthday is another year that you're still kicking, and that's worth celebrating!

Also, congrats on passing the CDL test!

Or, as my good friend and I put it....

Another Year Closer to Death.

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Just had a thought....

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With my aforementioned theory that Zoom's master plan is to somehow merge Earth-1 and Earth-2 (or maybe have them collide and destroy each other, because psycho villain), and in light of the revelation that Supergirl would be moving over to the CW, I wonder if they'll take this opportunity to have the events of next week's finale somehow include Supergirl's Earth (Earth-S?) in some kind of merger.

It could work. If Barry's involvement in stopping Zoom causes a merger of -1 and -2, his brief visit to Earth-S might be just the tie-in they need to explain Supergirl and friends pulled into said merger. It would allow also allow them to keep Harrison Wells around.

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One thing that has me intrigued as a potential story line....

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In a recent Howling Commandos of SHIELD comic series, they had Dum Dum Dugan as an LMD. Basically, Dugan had actually died at some point, but rather than lose his friend, Fury downloaded his memories into an LMD body. And every time his current body was destroyed, his updated memories (up until the point of destruction) would be downloaded into a new body, which then woke up.

It might be cool if they introduced this idea into the TV series. When you consider the thought-reading machine SHIELD got from Hydra, that could be the first steps along this path.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Handy tip to the youngins: If you think you might have a problem with drugs and alcohol, go get help. Run, don't walk. It may not seem like a big thing now while you are full of youth, but watching some of these long-term substance abusers come in with basically their brains melted and their limbs spasmodic... Well, it's sobering. No pun intended...

Indeed. Having lost two younger family members to the scourge of drugs within the last several years (one of my wife's cousins, 27 yrs old, and my own cousin's boy, 30 yrs old), I wholeheartedly agree.

Although, I would caution to beware who you get help from. There are certain scum of the earth more than willing to take advantage of an addict trying for recovery. That's what happened to my cousin's boy - someone in the center where he was being treated was dealing.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
I should find out what the status on my test is soon.

Huzzah!

I've still got a few weeks to go until I found out how I did on the PE Exam back in mid-April. I'm hoping by end of May, but it could be all the way through mid-June.

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Just wondering how I am going to stay bright-eyed and bushy-tailed all through the day and evening.

My suggestion would be....

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I'm going to say right off the bat that cocaine is not an option.

Oh, wait. Nevermind.

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I really liked the way this episode built up….

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Really, it was cool. The entire time I was thinking they were really going through with having Lincoln go off to try and save Daisy. That last minute switcharoo was awesome. And the battle between Lash and Hive, however brief, was pretty cool. Seriously, though, Lash could have taken him down for good. That would have probably solved the problem of infected people as well, but it wouldn’t have made for as nearly an exciting season finale, I suppose.

Plus, I agree that the “reason” for Lash getting the powers he did was way too specific. If he could have healed one, he could have healed more. And this does leave open some kind of lame idea of the Terrigen Crystals either being prophetic themselves, or someone with knowledge of the future somehow programmed them that way. Otherwise, the idea that the crystals just “know what will be needed” is just a lame-ass MacGuffin.

Lash’s death was a disappointment, however. Come on! The dude kills how many other Inhumans, but gets taken out by the Ghost Rider Chain trick?!? At the beginning of the season, they made it like Lash was going to be the Big Bad. Nice fake out, writers.

Hive’s ex-Watchdog drones were pretty cool. I kind of liked the way they played that. It made sense. And that actor did a great job of playing off Hive’s obvious joy at the result, but also keeping his reaction subdued enough to emphasize his distinct way less than human-ness.

I think what’s-her-face giving Mack the cross might be another attempted fake out. We know the cross (or one similar to it) shows up in the VISION OF DOOM! Could be that someone else gets a hold of it. Or there could be more than one of those crosses.

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I broke one of these once when I lived in Philly. Thankfully, it was out in my garage, which I primarily used for storage and laundry. Still, from that point forward, I refused to have them in my house. The only place I ever used one was in the front porch light.

These days, inside, I'm slowly replacing the old, inexpensive bulbs with LEDs - a bit more costly, but I've read they last up to three years or so.

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Dannyr the Forgotten is a bard who once had the bad luck to somehow anger a powerful fey lord. The lord used ancient magic to curse the bard. Now, everywhere Dannyr goes, people enjoy his songs and stories. However, as soon as he leaves, the same people forget any details about the man himself. All they can remember are the songs and stories.....

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Freehold DM wrote:

Here's a lozenge for your cough. You seem to have a hard time pronouncing "New York".

Also, fix your clothes.

If heaven ain't a lot like Dixie
I don't wanna go
If heaven ain't a lot like Dixie
I'd just as soon stay home
If they don't have a Grand Ole Opry
Like they do in Tennessee
Just send me to hell or New York City
It would be about the same to me

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
I am tired of the rural scene. I think when I get my paralegal certification I will be looking to find a job in a more urban setting.

**cough cough**Houston**cough cough**

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Gastell the Tamer is a half-elven ranger living in the wilds. Years ago, after spending several months being hunted and toyed with by a pack of wilderness-dwelling natural werewolves, he went mad. Developing an insane theory that werewolves could, like natural wolves, be domesticated, he began capturing lone werewolves and studying them. He also began studying alchemy, thinking it could hold the key to his eventual goal. His most current research is an attempt to develop an elixir that will reduce any intelligence in a transformed lycanthrope to more of an animal level, while at the same time making the creature more docile. He dwells on the edge of the woods, in a cabin built against a cliff. The cabin is built in front of a cave entrance, and he’s set up various cages within where he keeps his test subjects.

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I'm going to make beer tomorrow.

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A river goes over a high cliff at about a 30-40 degree angle, falling into a large, circular lake before continuing on through a narrow channel. The angle of impact of water creates a constant whirlpool in the lake. Rising from the center of this lake is an ancient tower - originally of elvish origin, but now home to a school of wizardy whose headmaster is a devil.

This devil is known only as The Foresworn Devil. The curricula and philosophy he espouses is decidedly neutral. None know his true name, nor whence he came from (other than Hell), nor why he is there.

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I still love the show, but this is getting kind of annoying….

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Oh, awesome! This tachyon thingamajig will make me faster than Zoom! Now I can beat him. Except when it doesn’t, and you can’t. I think part of the problem is they introduced Zoom too early and didn't have enough filler plots and stories. So now they have to stretch out the Big Bad fight in ridiculous ways.

And now Wally is a prisoner. Is Man in the Iron Mask Earth-2 Wally? Maybe he was Kid Flash? I’m almost done trying to guess, because whatever the answer is will probably be annoying.

Time remnant? I convinced him to let me murder him? Seriously? However, if the plan all along was to kill his “time remnant”, then why (right after it happened), did Zoom talk about the death creating complications?

You know what? I’m just going to stand over here and wait for the space-time continuum to collapse upon itself.

Damn, those Flash villains just love to kidnap Caitlin. Maybe Zoom will try and convert her into Killer Frost.

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Deep thoughts.....

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Not really.

Hey, Max just said we've only got four hours until this Myriad signal kills every human. Why don't I waste some time by changing back into my civilian garb and saying heartfelt goodbyes to my co-workers.

I did like that final showdown with Non and Indigo. Both our heroes kicked some ass.

Oh, Supergirl! You can't fly Fort Roz into space. There's no gravity! you can't get thrust! Since f%%#ing when? Superman flies through space all the f***ing time.

They did throw me for a loop with the new ship. It definitely looks Kryptonian. If it's a younger Supergirl, though, and they try to do some freaky time paradox s+~@, I'll be pissed. Or maybe they'll play up the alternate Earths some more....

Either way, I find myself hoping they get renewed for Season 2. Unless they have already, and I missed the announcement.

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I own many of the Warner Premiere movies: I'm missing a few older ones, some of which I had on DVD and haven't yet gotten on Bluray. I've also refrained from buying some of the more recent Batman ones because I really despise the Damien Wayne character.

Some of my favorite are:
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (James Woods as Owlman!)
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (cool anthology)
Batman: Year One (one of the best adaptations of a comic story)
Superman vs The Elite (watching Supes Unleashed was awesome!)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (duh!)

I'm really looking forward to The Killing Joke - it's only one of my favorite Batman stories ever. Really looking forward to Mark Hammill doing this version of the Joker.

I'd love to see them do Batman: Year Two, where he takes on The Reaper. That could be really cool. And maybe the old Gothic Story from Legends of the Dark Knight - Mr. Whisper was terrifyingly badass. Another good adaptation might be the JLA/JSA crossover story Virtue and Vice. The Great Darkness Saga would also be awesome! So would Crisis on Infinite Earths, but that would definitely be a multi parter.

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Hama wrote:
As for the alien protagonist. Most people cannot relate to non-humans. It is true. And unfortunate.

And it's the reason they kept putting those pesky humans in the Alien versus Predator movies.

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Hama wrote:
Ok this is not good. I assume there'll be some who'll be gloating.

Well, that sucks. Not surprising in the least. While I personally enjoyed the movie, it wasn't the greatest. Just goes to show that DC needs someone far more talented running their live-action movies.

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Extended Promo for next week's "Versus Zoom" episode

From this preview, they call Zoom Hunter Zolomon. Considering we've already (supposedly) seen Earth-1 Hunter Zolomon (whom Jay showed to Caitlin, thinking it was Earth-1 Jay, but with an adopted name), I'm wondering if they are going the route of Zoom/Hunter being the evil twin of Earth-2 Jay.

If that's the case, then it would mean Jay/Hunter were twins on Earth-1 as well. So what happened to the real Earth-1 Jay? Did he die at birth? Just die young? Is he the man in the iron mask, captured by Zoom in hopes of being able to feed off him, as he did with Jay-2, but then finding out Jay-1 didn't have speed force?

Or, is Zoom actually Hunter Zolomon of Earth-1? I don't think this makes much sense, because it wouldn't make sense for him to be from Earth-1, but show up first on Earth-2.

No, I think it more likely Zoom is Hunter-2. He was a convicted murderer. From the promo it looks like they might have tried to execute him via electric chair - probably the night the particle accelerator exploded - BOOM! Zoom is born. He started taking the V-formula to go faster, and now has to steal speed to keep from dissipating.

Either way, it looks like we'll find out next week.

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Matt Adams 259 wrote:
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Sorry, new guy. Now I have to add you to the List of People to be Devoured First During the Zombiepocalypse.

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That was a cool episode….

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Flash and Supergirl – For the WIN!!! Loved seeing the interactions between the two, from the first moment when Barry rescued her and almost put out the fire on her chest. They quickly fell into a nice superhero camaraderie that was refreshing to see. As other folks are pointing out, it was a stark contrast to the grimness of Batman v Superman.

And it was nice to see Barry in the role of mentor. It fit him well. And I loved seeing him away from Team Flash but still being able to come up with some tech to combat one of the villains. It’s a nice change from Barry typically being reliant on Cisco or Caitlin for his science back-up.

The storyline was, of course, a little too convenient (as is typical for comic book stories). Just as the Flash shows up, Silver Banshee decides to bust Live Wire out for a team-up. Still, I like the way they did Silver Banshee. I’m guessing next time she shows up, Kara will fake her own death to try and short circuit her powers.

Not too thrilled about the citizens coming to the hero’s aid at the end. Too Spider-manish. Although I did like the way the fire fighters took down Livewire.

Cat Grant continues to be a highlight of the show. The dry humor and sarcasm are fun to watch. And her comment about the CW (“You look like the attractive yet non-threatening, racially diverse cast of a CW show.”) was f#~!ing hilarious.

All in all, I look forward to seeing more of these interactions. It shows some serious potential for DC to have a vast TV multiverse, utilizing a lot of characters you might not normally see on the big screen. I’d love to see more. Maybe a Checkmate series. Or Challengers of the Unknown. A Firestorm solo series would be cool. Or Dr. Fate. There’s a lot of possibility.

Flash was faster.

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DC Comics Will Reveal The Joker's Identity

Ye gods, no! That's a terrible idea.

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who is this green lantern you speak of? I don't recall there being a green lantern movie.

Maybe he's talking about the two animated movies? The ones with Nathan Fillion doing the voice? The first one was ok, but the second one rocked.

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Also, Happy Easter to all my old FAWTLY brethren.

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One added thought - 30+ years as a comic book fan and collector, and this was the first time it hit me that Bruce Wayne's mother and Clark Kent's adoptive mother share he same first name.

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Saw the movie last night with my younger brother. I enjoyed it. Wasn't perfect, but it was entertaining. I thought Ben Affleck did a remarkably good job. I thought Gal Gadot did well, but I wish they could have bulked her up just a bit. Henry Cavill did well, but I wish they'd given Superman a bit more screen time. Eisenberg did ok - he got the right amount of evil, arrogant genius who hates Superman. However, I think they put a little too much Joker into him.

The plot was a bit choppy, but overall well done. Lex's evil plot was sufficiently convoluted and twisted - expressing his utter hatred of the Man of Steel, and the complexity of a comic book villain.

All in all, it was worth the wait to see DC's big two on the big screen together for the first time. And it was a pleasure to hear some classic lines spoken live.

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action figures. Her favorite is the rare

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Bereng the River Boulder is a guardian of the deep jungle, a massive hippo awakened to sentience years ago by a mysterious figure he remembers only as Bark Father. Bereng prowls the rivers deep in the jungle, protecting other animals and the occasional favored traveler.

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The Tales of Belgin Boulderboots is a series of stories told by dwarves bards and parents to young dwarves. Each tale provides a life lesson on proper dwarven behavior, work ethic, religious devotion, and defeating enemies.

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Finally started reading The Martian while on my Disney trip. Great book! Lots of science and engineering!

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Cool!

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Loved seeing Absorbing Man again. And he was even working on the side of the angels, kind of.

So, now we know some things about Hive. He can only posses dead humans. He can heal damaged host bodies, but only by sacrificing other humans. He's got some immunity to other inhuman powers (or, at the least, a way to counteract them). And it looks to be confirmed that he can control other inhumans.

And with all these Hive developments, it makes me wonder if Malick is going to soon regret rescuing his good buddy.

Loved seeing Lincoln in action again.

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Argis "One Wand" Bulwick is a notorious pirate with a bit of otherworldliness in his blood, granting him some sorcerous talent. Several years ago, he lost his left hand to a rival's sword. He commissioned a dwarven friend to craft a cap for his stump containing a simple clamp into which he could place a wand.

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Shadowborn wrote:
That lady on the walkie-talkie seems nice. I'm sure they'll all talk out their problems, make friends, and then go home for some of Carol's cookies.

Speaking of that lady - they mentioned the name of the actress on Talking Dead, so I looked her up on IMDB. Apparently, she played the child Alia Atreides in the 80's David Lynch version of Dune. And now I feel very old.

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Matthew Morris wrote:
Maybe if batman beyond isn't the clusterfrak it is now and we get New Gotham and Terry, it will be worth reading.

That would be awesome. I had that new Batman Beyond series on my list right up until they put out the first issue and I realized how badly they'd f$$$ed up that setting.

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Antariuk wrote:
You guys can snark all you want, the OP certainly has a valid point - the Paizo website is out-of-date. Veteran members might not care, but in terms of both usability and compatibility there is a lot of room for improvement. And that has nothing to do with the tech staff not doing their job, far from it.

Truth is, I could actually give two f#~#s less about whether the site is out of date or not. If it works, it works. If it doesn't, it doesn't. I'm patient enough to let the staff work that stuff out in their own time.

But that doesn't mean I can't have fun with it.

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Heathen!Feed him to the postmonster general lest it return!

Come on now. We have to go easy on the new kids.

Besides, if they update the site, maybe I can finally get that flamethrower guitar animation I've been wanting.

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I haz the sads. Mrs. Moorluck invited my boy and me for Laser Tag this Sunday for her youngest kid's birthday. I had to decline because My brother is already planning a crawfish boil for that day, in honor of my sister-in-law's birthday.

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Although, in hindsight, now that DC has gotten its collective head out of its collective ass regarding issues numbering (at least for Detective and Action), I could maybe see myself picking up a few more issues of Detective Comics. Just to see where they were going with it. I'd drop it again pretty quick if they were going to continue with endless crossovers with other Bat-books, or if they had Damian Wayne.

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I also didn't see Justice League 3001 on the list. That's been a kind of fun little book, but I guess maybe not enough of a big seller.

Of all the stuff on that list the titles that get me excited are....not a g+*~+!ned one. I see they're going to reboot Cyborg again. I've been collecting the current series, and while interesting, I thought the stories have been a little weak.

That goes hand in hand with my typical assertion the storylines have become far too long. I think it ultimately hurts when you force a writer to make this story X-number of issues long, so it's easier to package in a trade paperback.

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Is it time for a new thread - WNACO?

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