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GM Niles wrote:
As an Eagles fan, I should throw a cup of beer at you and berate you for being wrong, but I'm too exhausted from yelling at management through the computer screen.
captain yesterday wrote:
Kudos for mentioning the Big Book of British Smiles. :)
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
It's pretty depressing to see what the original Penn stations versus what we have today. And they tried to do the same thing to Grand Central too. Blah, no thanks, modern architecture really is quite terrible.
You're right, that is probably the easiest way around it. Plus, I forgot that she doesn't even have/need the Nega Bands.
Huh, I forgot about the Brood...
I'm actually very curious what they'll do with Captain Marvel. They can't very well use her comics origin - since it spans decades and would require at least a movie focused on Mar-Vell. Unless they just allude to it in passing, which would be weird.
I'd love some acknowledgment of the Kree/Mar-Vell connection but I'm not sure how. Both the Captain Marvel mantle and Carol Danvers have such a long, complicated history. Maybe they will pull a Green Lantern and have a dying Mar-Vell give her the Nega-Bands.
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Norman Osborne wrote:
I see your point. The Marvel universe has changed so much in the last 10-15 years, especially with all the retcons they've done, like putting Nuke into Wolverine: Origins, that heroes and villains are no longer localized to their little neighborhood.
That being said, I love the concept of the classic rogues gallery, the villains being a big part of the overall mythos for the hero. Once you take away the guys that DD shares with Spider-Man, it leaves a small pool of cool villains (Typhoid Mary, Bullseye, Owl, etc.) and I'd like to see those guys stay in the DD universe, not shared out to others. Otherwise we're left with Angar the Sceamer and Stilt-Man and who wants that?
On a silly note, most Marvel villains die in the MCU so if we're going to have a classic DD villain like Death-Stalker or Typhoid Mary show up and get killed, I'd like it to be while fighting DD, not JJ or anyone else.
Wow, never heard that before.
Blah, I hope not. JJ has already stolen two of DD's villains. I hope they either create their own or go take from someone else's rogues gallery.
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
I'll let you know when the Kickstarter page is ready for the public, but in the meantime, if you're so inclined, please spread the word and point folks to the Legendary Games website for information. We want to let everyone, especially parents, young gamers, and new gamers, know that Legendary Games is opening a door for the next generation of players. We've got some cool things in the works for our stretch goals, so I really hope this Kickstarter does well.
Sounds cool, I have a 7 y/o who seems to be getting interested in gaming.
Richard Moore wrote:
If I've learned anything from following Wes Schneider on social media, it's that we Americans fought a war to be able to spell 'gray' with an 'a', and we should exercise that liberty at every opportunity out of a sense of patriotism. ;D
I thought we fought to liberate the 'u' from armor and color?
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sounds like my 7 y/o although i make him eat fruit and veggies too. Lucky for me, he's so used to it that he doesn't even protest.
I liked it, Spider-Man and Black Panther look great, especially Panther chasing down Bucky on the bike. I was excited to see Wanda battling Vision and wonder if that means any future storylines between them. I hope to see Wonder Man someday...
I'm also really excited to see Giant-Man as that little gem was spoiled for me by Lego toys of all things.
Master Pugwampi wrote:
Too many badgers and kobolds, especially when they use the tree as a fire hydrant.
I knew it. I knew you hated wombats. It all makes sense now.
Didn't the Collector have the cocoon that Warlock was created in (my AW knowledge is fuzzy) in his collection in GotG?
Blayde MacRonan wrote:
Glad to see Thunderbolt Ross is returning.
Yay, me too.
Just as people come here to say how awesome the movie, I'm here to say how disappointing it was. I'm not trying to ruin it for anyone else (that's just plain silly), nor am I trying to change your mind. I even envy those who did love it, but it didn't make that grade for me. And it's just me sharing my opinion on that.
As for why did I see it? It's the flagship title of the MCU, the gathering of all the main heroes and the biggest advance on the overall plot. One has to see it just to know where the universe is going next.
There were a ton of small things but my main issues were Ultron, Vision with the hammer and the Whedonisms in the story and dialogue. I hated Ultron's personality, I kept waiting for him to break into showtunes. He just didn't really convey any menace and never really backed his talk up up in battle. Vision with the hammer was a bummer because I thought they were going to do something cool with Cap since he had budged the hammer earlier. It ended up being a lazy plot device to show Vision is a good guy. Even that was spoiled further with the cheap joke where Vision just hands it to Thor at the HQ. And I don't care for Whedon's writing and sometimes his direction. Oh and why even put Von Strucker in if you're going to waste him like that. Stupid.