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Kajehase wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Monks are always Tea related, name a Monk that doesn't drink Tea, go ahead I'll wait the little guy is test driving big wheels at toys r us, so I have all damn day:-p

I'll name two! (For a given value of monk.)

Brother Cadfael
Friar Tuck

Cadfael makes plenty of herbal teas in the TV show


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The black raven wrote:

When overly frustrated, undead in Oots have a tendency to insult mortals by referring to exactly the features the undead themselves are lacking :

Durkula "you pulsing bloodsack" in 985.

Xykon "you sickening pouches of warm goo" in 661.

I wonder if it shows an envy (veiled by scorn) of what the living mortals are and have.

And I am now left wondering whether Liches follow the same "inhabited by an evil spirit" case as Vampires do.

Not that the mortal Xykon was a goody-two-shoes to begin with, mind you (as seen in Start of Darkness).

Or it is because the undead have transcended beyond those things and look down on those without.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
Caineach wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
Yeah, green tea frozen yogurt is pretty frickin' amazing.
There is a Japanese restaurant near me that deep fries green tea ice cream. So delicious.

I keep hearing about fried iced cream. How is this a thing? Physics/chemistry-wise, I mean...How do you not have liquid goop before there's any actual frying occurred?

Also, holy crap, how fat do you have to be where iced cream isn't enough, you need to fry that?! Apparently me I am, because I want it!

Physics is your friend. There is a rate that heat will transfer across and through something. Just like how you can burn a rare steak. In that time, you can fully fry the batter you use to make an outer shell of ice cream, while the ice cream is mostly unaffected. That shell becomes an insulating barrier for the rest of the ice cream. When you break into it, there is a layer that is molten goop and delicious, and you have a really interesting temperature gradient throughout. You should also do it with very cold ice cream.


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I'm guessing they will explain the paradox away with Legends of Tomorrow when they bring in another time traveler.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
Yeah, green tea frozen yogurt is pretty frickin' amazing.

There is a Japanese restaurant near me that deep fries green tea ice cream. So delicious.


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Rynjin wrote:

My brother drinks Earl Grey by the bucket loads. He can't get enough of the stuff.

Tried a "Mixed Berry" tea from Twinings the other day. First flavor I have not been a big fan of. Tastes like liquid berry flavored cough drops. Waaaaay too much flavoring.

Also picked up one from Bigelow. Their signature blend or whatever with orange and spices or some such, but I haven't had a cup yet. Smells like that bar of "Maya Gold" chocolate I have.

Probably Constant Comment. Probably my favorite bagged tea.


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my god I hated the science. Run at a hydrogen particle... Seriously... SO MUCH DUMB


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I think they could fill half their programming with stuff they already have made. My god there are a lot of animated TV shows.


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captain yesterday wrote:

If I ever get to play in Kingmaker other then running it for 11 year old girls playing Brave I mean, I'm making a Cavalier that rides a miniature Horse and sinks all his starting cash into a nice tea set as well as other tea related fopperies:-D

Honestly tho I'll make him for any campaign

You mean like Harsk?


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Limeylongears wrote:
Ceaser Slaad wrote:

To each their own. Maybe you have something of an allergy to alcohol. And depending on the brew in question some of them are acquired tastes. I drink occasionally, usually beer when I do. I'm partial to Sam Adams, but l'll drink just about anything.

Alas, with the exception of a few microbrews, if you want really good beer here in America you have to go for an import. Probably true for tea as well. I don't know if they actually grow any here. I know it was originally all imported, but that could have changed since the Revolutionary War. :-) Perhaps I should get out more ... ;-)

They do! Here is a list of tea plantations in the US & Canada, for those who may be interested

And if you haven't tried it, CY, you might enjoy Crabbie's Alcoholic Ginger Beer, also assuming it's available on the other side of the Atlantic.

Interesting that there are places in Canada but nothing in the US north of South Carrolina


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Limeylongears wrote:
Ceaser Slaad wrote:

To each their own. Maybe you have something of an allergy to alcohol. And depending on the brew in question some of them are acquired tastes. I drink occasionally, usually beer when I do. I'm partial to Sam Adams, but l'll drink just about anything.

Alas, with the exception of a few microbrews, if you want really good beer here in America you have to go for an import. Probably true for tea as well. I don't know if they actually grow any here. I know it was originally all imported, but that could have changed since the Revolutionary War. :-) Perhaps I should get out more ... ;-)

They do! Here is a list of tea plantations in the US & Canada, for those who may be interested

And if you haven't tried it, CY, you might enjoy Crabbie's Alcoholic Ginger Beer, also assuming it's available on the other side of the Atlantic.

Crabbie's is delicious. I have only found it at one place, and its $7 a bottle though.


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Ceaser Slaad wrote:

To each their own. Maybe you have something of an allergy to alcohol. And depending on the brew in question some of them are acquired tastes. I drink occasionally, usually beer when I do. I'm partial to Sam Adams, but l'll drink just about anything.

Alas, with the exception of a few microbrews, if you want really good beer here in America you have to go for an import. Probably true for tea as well. I don't know if they actually grow any here. I know it was originally all imported, but that could have changed since the Revolutionary War. :-) Perhaps I should get out more ... ;-)

If you think there are only a few microbrews in the US making good beer, you need to move to a more hipster area. Even when you get past the ridiculous number of overhopped beers, there are good craft breweries all over the place. Name a style, and you can find a good one made in the US that has distribution in at least a few states.


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Kthulhu wrote:
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Can we get a TV show about Star Wars bounty hunters? I feel like that's a thing that needs to exist.
They could show even more of Boba Fett failing to ever do anything impressive.

And being lauded for it.


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Watched Devil is a Part Timer last night. It has an interesting mix of seriousness and comedy that made it way more enjoyable than I was expecting.


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I had both threads open at the same time and it looks like I put my comment in the wrong one :)


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Rynjin wrote:

This way is not better than simply locking him up.

I am at best tentatively pro-execution anyway. I find "death of personality" to be FAR worse.

He was resigned to his fate of being locked up for the rest of his life in some SHIELD prison. He'd made peace with that. It would have been a fitting punishment (he seemed to HATE being confined), and affords a chance to properly rehabilitate him and fix some of the psychological damage he'd suffered due to trauma and his undead wife mind f+$&ing him for 25 years, combined with a cocktail of drugs that included "gorilla testosterone and peppermint".

That chance is gone. If they ever need him again and reverse the mind wipe (if it's even possible, which is unclear), he'll be the same old Cal. Erratic, trustworthy only as long as his daughter is on hand, and possibly with a full-on murder-hate boner for the people who violated his mind.

I would like to point out that they told him that was what they were going to do to him before he assisted him, and then he willingly walked into the room where they did it.


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I'm amused by how little time they had Hawkgirl on screen. No idea who she is in the comics, but hopefully she gets at least some screentime.


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Pan wrote:

I dont think whisky and bourbon would go all that well in tea but the baileys idea has me thinking Irish coffee(tea style). Maybe ill experiment soon. Typically, I drink homebrewed ale of all types and whisky or bourbon neat. Though I do absolutely love old fashions. Ive been looking into earl grey mead recipes and might give that a go.

@john kretzer I recommend starting with black teas. Here is my store.

You just reminded me that I have in fact had some tea infused mead, and it was delicious


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Looks to me like they are placing it in the same universe as the Superman movies, which as far as I know are not linked to the CW shows.


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thejeff wrote:

So, following up on the teetotalism derail: Good mixed drinks with tea?

A shot of Baileys in a dark tea can replace cream.

An orange flavored vodka or spirit will mix with a lot, especially spiced teas that often already have orange peel. Various other fruit spirits can go with herbal or berry flavored teas. You just gave me the idea to add creme de yvette to a black current tea I have.
Similarly, some spice blends could fit with tea. I can see Galliano, Benedictine, or Absinthe, or Domaine de Canton complimenting a lot of teas.
Goldschlagger (cinnamon) or Rumplemintz (peppermint) could be good additions
Creme de Menthe or Cacao for a sweeter tea with mint or chocolate

God, I may have to start trying some of these when I get home. Too bad it isn't the time of year to experiment with it.


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thesenchagamer wrote:

Green Tea Original Lemon from Pickwick, cooled down overnight and served in a glass of ice cubes.

(I am nowhere near my sencha, so flavoured green tea is a thing again)

Wait... I could pour tea in an ice cube mold and have tea ice cubes that won't dilute my tea as it melts...

Growing up we used to do it with water that we boiled mint in. Went fantastic in lemonade and the cheap iced tea we had then.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Ye gods but Haibane Renmei is awesome.

I absolutely loved it, but it is not for everyone. I think the most action in the series is someone falling off a bike.


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Bill Dunn wrote:
Krensky wrote:
I don't think Marvels said anything, but Crystal is almost certainly in the FF license since she was a member. T'Challa appeared in FF first, but spent most of his time in anthology and Avengers books or his own books.
An awful lot of characters first appeared in the FF even though they spent most of their time in other books. I suspect they're a bit stricter on the license than just having appeared in or been a temporary member (particularly for Luke Cage).

Especially since it is a lot easier to define FF members and major supporting characters than it is for X-Men and Mutants.


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Set wrote:
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Now that I think about it, the fact that all of the SHIELD women are interchangeable is kinda representative of the comics.

Most of the SHIELD men are much the same. Hard-fighting action hero with a gun. Rah.

The dudes are mostly James Bond. The ladies are mostly Jackie Chan with some extra acrobatics.

Once we start seeing more super-powered femmes, like Carol Danvers and some version of the Wasp and the Scarlet Witch and DaisyQuake and Jessica Jones, it should change things up a bit. Hopefully we'll see some more super-powered options than 'strong tough person' (Carol and Jessica) and eventually see folk with more interesting powers like Monica Rambeau or Crystal, of the Inhumans.

For the male field agents, we have Coulson, Ward, Mack, Hunter, Trip, Fury, Deathlock. They have different fighting styles, builds, and specialties. Aside from making Lucy Lawless's character special by using knives instead of guns, all the women are agility based, wear nearly identical clothing, and fight the same way.


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Now that I think about it, the fact that all of the SHIELD women are interchangeable is kinda representative of the comics.


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Krensky wrote:
You forgot Potts and Hill.

Hill just fits into the first archetype again, and Potts is more of a plot device than a hero.


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I just realized that with the 8 or so female heroes in the MCU, they all fall into 3 archtypes. Gamora, Black Widow, May, Bobby, are pretty much interchangable in any fight they have been in, and have overall similar personalities. You have Scarlet Witch and Quake with very similar power set physically, SW just has added mental powers while Quake now also fits in with the other group and genius hacker. That just leaves Simmons, a super scientist, and Peggy Carter, who is in a league of her own. They could really use some more diversity in that first group.


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I just finished off a blended Yunnan tea. Man I want another cup.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Caineach wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Actually, I a surprised that Freehold DM didn't point out the rather massive Chickification of Black Widow in this film.

And from a self-professed Feminist of all people.

Funny, I didn't interpret anything that happened to BW to be chickification. Apparently showing that characters have broad ranges of emotions is frown upon?

Not at all.

But the way she was "calling herself a monster" implies that she feels that she is one because she cannot have children. This has to do with the scene with Banner in the farmhouse. (Note: calling herself a "monster" because of the evil deeds she is trying to atone for would have been quite different.)

Also, the scenes would have been FAR less damaging in a larger Black Widow movie, but in an AVENGERS film (where screentime is limited) this tends to stand out more.

If that is how you interpret that scene, that is how you interpret it. Your wrong though. She is calling herself a monster because she is talking about how easy it is for her to kill people and how it helped her to not care.


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Lord Fyre wrote:

Actually, I a surprised that Freehold DM didn't point out the rather massive Chickification of Black Widow in this film.

And from a self-professed Feminist of all people.

Funny, I didn't interpret anything that happened to BW to be chickification. Apparently showing that characters have broad ranges of emotions is frown upon?


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Wow, that looks adorable.


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Lord Foul II wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:

I forgot he had prestige class levels. He mentions planning to swap a 4th level spell for Cure Critical, but he's still not allowed to swap 4th level spells until he has 6th level spells, so that's only at 17th (or I guess 20th) level of Bard.

And since he mentions learning two new 5th level spells, that panel occurred just after gaining 13 levels in bard (with some unknown number of Dashing Swordsman).

Two possible conclusions here:

1) Elan is at least 17th level of bard, plus some of Dashing Swordsman (possibly making the party 20th level, nearing the end game), and we should see 9th level spells immiently.

2) Burlew forgot/deliberately ignored the rule about bard swapping spells only two or more levels below their highest spell level and Elan swapped at 14 levels of bard, making the party as a whole somewhere in the neighborhood of 15-17th level.

he has at least 16 levels of bard plus an unknown number of levels of dashing swordsman

We know this because he used song of freedom, a bardic class feature gained at level 16 near the end of the desert arc

Do we know what dashing swordsman gets for class features? I t could get song of freedom early. I was under the impression that they were only 15th-16th level. We haven't seen a 9th level spell yet that I know of.


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This weekend I watched 2 shows on Netflix,
K wanted to be deep but felt like it lost something from whatever source material it was coming from. Overall the animation was nice and had a solid plot and characters, but it felt like it fell flatly into average.

Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet I enjoyed more. I like the progression of the main character, as a soldier stranded in a culture he doesn't understand trying to adapt, and sometimes failing spectacularly. I enjoyed the first half more than the second. I would have liked to have seen more slice of life and less drive towards having a plot.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Will "The Incredibles" become part of the MARVEL continuity?

They didn't make Big Hero 6 part of it.


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Set wrote:
memorax wrote:
Even Sentinels seems not to bother the average person in the Marvel Universe. Considering the outcry over the use of drones. Yet Giant anti-mutant killer robots and no one blinks a eye. That causally rip open homes to get mutants.

And yet, they've got this amazing reputation, and you have to look far and wide to find a named mutant who's even been *hurt* by one, let alone killed by one. (Unless you are counting the Days of Future Past alternate future, in which they totally killed everyone! But in 616? When they do show up, they are fodder for someone like Cyclops or Colossus to casually demolish while uttering a quippy line.) The Sentinels became a threat, finally, when a *mutant* used one to destroy a bunch of nameless Genoshans. (And when it later became self-aware, it destroyed itself out of remorse!)

Reading about mutants *freaking out* about Sentinels, when they've done vastly less damage to mutantkind than nutjobs with guns, or exploding buses, is kind of surreal. And then funny, when you remember that they are giant purple-headed warriors. :)

As for the civilian populace of 616, they seem to be uniformly crazy and infinitely forgetful. In the Civil War, *before the act was actually voted into legality*, armed units were flying around New York trying to apprehend the Runaways *by launching heat-seeking high-explosive missiles at them,* and then, even better, *missing* and destroying high rise apartment buildings in the middle of Manhattan, quite possibly killing dozens, if not hundreds of civilians.

And this is apparently so well received that the survivors went on to vote for the Superhuman Registration Act anyway! Yes! More missiles blowing up our homes to protect us from those costumed crimefighters we'll probably never actually meet anyway!

Best not to judge the non-super-powered people of Earth-616 based on how uninterested any writer ever is of portraying even a single one of them as not-100%-a-dick.

Maybe because the named people are generally a couple of standard deviations above average mutant power level. Normal mutants living every day lives are ruined because of them, but the soldiers with strong superpowers are just fine.


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, as usual, there are multiple interlocking problems, none of which are easy to solve.

(1) Easiest. The cultural attitude of, "The police are our enemy," is a vast contributor to the issue, yet is never addressed.
Back in the 1980's, I was a punk rocker. I had a black friend. We both suffered the, "You look different so we're going to stop you and question you every time you go out at night" syndrome. One evening, we were together when we were stopped. As usual, I answered all of the officers' questions politely and truthfully. I let them search my bag when they asked. They let us go in under 3 minutes. My black friend called B.S. and said if he'd been alone, they'd NEVER have let him go that easy. I told him, "Behave EXACTLY as I did, and see what happens."
Sure enough, the next week he came back to me, swearing up a storm. I asked, "So, what happened?"
"I got stopped again, and I did what you said."
"And?"
"It worked perfectly! They let me go after like 2 minutes!"

The only times I've had trouble with officers (held at gunpoint, handcuffed, detained more than 10 minutes) has been when one of my 'brilliant' friends insisted on his 'rights', and that 'you can't do that!' As I posted in another thread, get the badge number, get the name, document the events, and get home safely. THEN file the complaint. Don't start a confrontation on the streets at night when it's your word vs. the cops.

This was true in the 1980's, so I didn't address current issues. However, last weekend I was chaperoning a bunch of 14-year-olds at Great America and one of them ended up with a counterfeit $10 bill.

Again, I saw the same old, same old. The kids took a confrontational attitude with security. Security returned the attitude and started taking a threatening stance. I intervened, talked with security, and asked, "OK, so I assume your protocol is to do x, y, and z. How can I help get that moving so we can get this poor guy back to the park?"
Suddenly, everything flowed smoothly.

Cops are human beings with...

Yeah, except that 1 results in cops abusing their authority on a regular basis with no check, cause your complaint will result in jack s$*#.


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
This thread is evidence that the riots ARE accomplishing something. Without them, it would be business as usual; another African American youth murdered by police, no notice at all by anyone except his immediate family/associates. After the riots, the whole country knows what happened yet again, especially following so soon after the unrest in Ferguson, for the same reason. Get enough of these riots back-to-back, in different cities, and at some point it will penetrate even the thickest of skulls that there is a real problem somewhere.
It seemed to be getting pretty solid coverage just from the protests already.

They were getting s!~~ coverage before the riots. Even after the riots, the coverage has been crap, but at least there.


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Hama wrote:
Old Clash of the Titans. Those skeletons were awesome.

For me, it is the old Jason and the Argonauts. The Children of the Hydras Teeth were awesome.


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Freehold DM wrote:

I'm going to have to disagree with you here. Unless the cops told him he was under arrest or something applicable, he can go anywhere he wants, however he wants.

The old "ran off when I looked him in the eye" thing has no legal standing and smacks of spaghetti westerns and bigotry.

Sadly, courts disagree with you.


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Krensky wrote:

Sorry Kthulhu, I don't speak hipster gibberish.

Is this some new Chuck Norris type meme?

Sean Bean has a reputation of playing characters that don't make it through the movie, especially in geeky movies, where he played Boromir and Ned Stark,


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Krensky wrote:

The woman in the trailer is Hope Van Dyne, Henry and Janet's daughter, and the plot involves Henry as Ant Man and Janet (presumably as Wasp) having been costumed adventurers under Howard Stark and peggy Carter's SHIELD in the early sixties.

She won't be Inhuman because Skye was the first Inhuman SHIELD learned about, before that all of the people on the index were the result of science or some freak accident.

I assume Pym and Van Dyne were cut out due to the shrinking thing being deemed silly and to avoid the awkward need to explain their history together in the comics following Bob Hall misinterpreting Jim Shooter's script.

They had mutants not called mutants before Inhumans. Season 1 they had the fire guy that got a power boost from Centipede.


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Freehold DM wrote:
not good.

If guys like this stay on the force, how can cops wonder why they aren't trusted?


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Caineach wrote:
Have you seen the previews for DCs new movies? They are trying to out grimdark 40K

How do you out grimdark 40K?

I don't think that's even plausible. In 40K, on a good day, you only lose 1/2 of a whole inhabited planet.

For DC to compete, Darkseid would have to fall in love and adopt Krypto the Superdog, turn from his conquering ways, then at the end of the movie we get a version of Old Yeller.

Because 40K takes grimdark to the point of comedy.


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phantom1592 wrote:

I wonder if they are going to clear up any of the continuity anywhere? Maybe a director's cut out there somewhere??

I would have loved a few lines about how Tony went from 'blow up everything' to 'Oh I still have suits'... in Iron Man 3...

Thanos' appearance too... We've already seen that Gauntlet sitting in Odin's vault... are we gonna have any explaination as to how he gets it? Are we to assume that Loki/Odin just handed it over on a whim? Or did he just have another one lying around. (for that matter we saw the Eye of Amaggato in there too... Wonder how that gets back to Dr. Strange for HIS movie...)

I know in the comics it's "Just his glove"... but I have a theory that in THIS continuity, the gauntlet will be some kind of powerful artifact designed to channel/merge the gems... just to prevent the catastrophe from GotG... If so, there shouldn't be multiples around...

From what I have heard, this movie has 45 minutes of deleted scenes they want to include in a directors cut. As far as connecting other easter eggs, don't expect anything. They have mentioned that a lot of the things in the background of some of those shots are were not intentional from the perspective of the head writers, but things that graphics guys and artists put in to fill out the shots, and they are not willing to be tied down by it. The most notable of these was the cocoon in the Collector's collection.


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Kalshane wrote:
While I love the Arkham games, I've never been a fan of their character designs. They always felt like they were trying too hard to be "dark and gritty".

Have you seen the previews for DCs new movies? They are trying to out grimdark 40K


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Interestingly, I've noticed that Arizona iced tea and sweet tea contain the same amount of calories from sugar.


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Rynjin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

This is funny in a sad sort of way.

That exchange sounds like a caricature of actual police you see in stuff like Batman comics and other stuff that like to satire corrupt police.

The fact that you consider this standard, candid exchange a caricature is kinda sad.


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Irontruth wrote:

Lullaby

** spoiler omitted **

Yeah, its also why when Black Widow was down they had to call in the Hulk Buster to stop him instead of just having her go calm him.


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Kthulhu wrote:
MCU Stark is obviously a hell of a lot smarter than 616 Stark. 616 Stark has never built a Hulkbuster armor that's even vaguely effective, while MCU Stark actually managed a win with his.

They mentioned really quickly that Banner designed Veronica.


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Treppa, I can't help but think you missed the lullaby.

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