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Eric Hinkle wrote:
I guess that makes more sense than using a gun that froze him in space and time at the moment of his death.Golf clap for Marvel and Spencer. lol
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Comic book Series; Astro CityHero: Captain America
Storyline: The Winter Soldier series is fantastic but I think Hellboy's entire story arc is probably my fav.
Vilain: Dr. Doom
That's just plain mean.
You're not going to break out into spontaneous Goblin King singing, are you?
Gah, I hate that movie, my sister watched it every day over summer vacation.
And now my wife bought a Labyrinth shirt for our 2 y/o. Retribution will be swift and slightly annoying.
I use Photoshop for my Kingmaker campaign. The map is blacked out and the PCs reveal it more and more as they explore hexes, run spy missions and establish embassies. It's been a lifesaver as I'm able to build all the natural resources, armies, cities, roads, farms, etc. on different layers. It also looks like a map from Civilization but I'm okay with that. :)
Celestial Healer wrote:
No income tax?
Besides, you're from NY, it's almost a requirement that you retire down there eventually.
Ah ain't scairt. The Texas warmth shall protect me against all your Yankee shenanigans.
I thought you were from Louisiana! Next thing you'll tell us is that you eat picante sauce from New York City..
Freehold DM wrote:
Banner! I forgot about Banner!
In regards to making boneheaded moves. I have a lot of doctors on the in-law side of my family. They are very smart and excel in some of the most difficult fields but they do/think some really stupid things, basic common sense things. I guess that's why Wisdom and Intelligence are separate. ;)
Yeah, I always figured Richards was the smartest by far. Pym seemed smart but not on the same level. He seemed like he was on the same level as Stark and maybe Beast.
Yep, I totally agree with you, but then that's Marvel these days.
Celestial Healer wrote:
New Amsterdam is overrated, nary a windmill to be found.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Went outside this morning a little after sunrise to go pick up Deadpool from Redbox. Everything is soaked and it's already feeling sticky-muggy from the humidity, but otherwise not too bad from tropical storm Colin. Stopped for a moment to enjoy a brief breeze and noticed a neat spikey spider had put up a new web. So I carefully leaned in close to take a closer look and admire his/her pretty colors... and a nice gust suddenly blew the spider right in my face. A teeny spider surprise in the face, and the subsequent spastic arm-flailing and sputtering, works pretty good as a coffee substitute for completely waking up.
Sorry, I loled.
Celestial Healer wrote:
It could be worse, it could be pizza in the South.
Scott McDaniel! He drew the Daredevil: Fall From Grace stuff!(I think...)
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I'm just not up on the whole Japan thing
Japan is an island country in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, the East China Sea, China, Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south. The kanji that make up Japan's name mean "sun origin", and it is often called the "Land of the Rising Sun".
Japan is a stratovolcanic archipelago of 6,852 islands. The four largest are Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku, which make up about ninety-seven percent of Japan's land area. The country is divided into 47 prefectures in eight regions. The population of 126 million is the world's tenth largest. Japanese people make up 98.5% of Japan's total population.
Approximately 9.1 million people live in the core city of Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, which is the sixth largest city proper in the OECD and the fourth leading global city in the world.The Greater Tokyo Area, which includes Tokyo and several surrounding prefectures, is the world's largest metropolitan area with over 35 million residents and the world's largest urban agglomeration economy.
One of my fav Cap stories.
I LOVED LOVED LOVED Fraction's Hawkeye (and I liked Aja's art). It was one of the few comics I read starring a dude (though of course I also liked Kate in it). ;) I really like Clint as depicted in this series. The newer Hawkeye series (with the creepy kids) I found weird and dropped.
It's been a while, so I don't remember the details of why I didn't like it, although I do remember thinking that Hawkeye was portrayed as a listless loser/slacker and found it annoying. Aja's art...is fine. I don't feel strongly about it one way or another.
And I think the issue with Hawkeye being so stiff compared to his comics counterpart (whom I love) is more to do with Jeremy Renner's performance than Stark overshadowing his sense of humor. Hawkeye does get some flippant lines but they just don't carry perhaps as far as they should, and Renner grabs onto the moodier beats of his character more notably than the humorous ones. Hawkeye also kind of got screwed by being mind-controlled in his earliest appearances so we didn't really get to know him. He's had the least interplay/banter with the rest of the team -- and Civil War didn't help him either, as the way he yelled at Stark made him come off more of a jerk than I think they intended (at least IMO--I felt sorry for Tony). (Obviously they need to fix this by having him actually sing that song in Infinity Wars.)
I like the movies Hawkeye, he has a dry wit that's different than the comics but its better than the over-the-top obnoxiouness that Stark sometimes slips into. And I thought the exchange with Stark was great, although I'm I'm on Team Cap so I could be biased. ;-)
And I hope if we ever get a Hawkeye story, that they never do the My Life as a Weapon books, a seriously disappointing and boring series to read.
Yeah, Lee always has roughly the same answer to each movie or comic question that comes up. My favorite part though:
Le sigh. Hopefully, there will be a perfectly good explanation for that twisty development (fan theories point at the Cosmic Cube being responsible for all this), that it will be resolved quickly, and then we can all forget it ever happened.
There's always Chick-Fil-A.
Lord Fyre wrote:
Captain Mar-Vell is one of the few that has stayed dead and even he was resurrected briefly. I can't think of too many others now that Bucky and Jason Todd are off the list. I guess there are some original Invaders and Golden Age DC guys that have stayed dead but that's about it.
Oh and Thunderbird!
Freehold DM wrote:
Maybe I'm not understanding your point, but why would I explain past storylines? No comics are ever perfect on a constant basis. Some are good, some are boring, and some are just lousy. I don't keep buying something I don't care for, especially these ridiculous dog and pony shows that Marvel likes to pull.
I see them killing off supporting characters but James Bonding all the main guys as the years go by. Death for a hero will be rare aside from the occasional Quicksilver/Coulson (and that was just Whedon's doing).
Too much money is on the line to "retire" Cap, Iron Man, etc. They may take a back seat as other franchises come and go but I don't see any new guys eclipsing the original stuff. Black Panther has the best shot, but I don't see Strange, Captain Marvel or the Inhumans doing that.
Matthew Morris wrote:
What? No mention of Superman IV: A Quest for Peace or Steel?