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He didn't ruin Deadpool! That was totally Bryan Singer's fault!

Also while yes Crisis did mention that, it's not exactly canonical to the DCEU. At least, not that I'm aware of.

As for how they get him into the Sun? I mean we send stuff to the Sun a good bit. How hard would it be to get him in it?

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Freehold *loves* his traditional Y-Wings, don't mess with his space pick-up trucks! ...or mine.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

He didn't ruin Deadpool! That was totally Bryan Singer's fault!

Also while yes Crisis did mention that, it's not exactly canonical to the DCEU. At least, not that I'm aware of.

As for how they get him into the Sun? I mean we send stuff to the Sun a good bit. How hard would it be to get him in it?

We do? I'm not aware of any. There was talk of a probe mission to a fairly close orbit, but I'm not sure where it stands. It would take at least months, if not years.


*prefers Death Stars*


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Yeah I think I have decided I will just let freehold have his badwrongfun attitude to the things I like, and I'll just go on enjoying what I enjoy. I suggest this attitude for everyone. Just because someone doesn't like it doesn't mean you can't!

You can even still like someone who doesn't like what you do!


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Doomed Hero wrote:

Freehold, your opinions of things are baffling to me.

I'm genuinely curious, is there anything that is generally adored in nerd culture that you do like?

i like everything!

Except:

Whedon.
Harry Potter.
Alton Brown.
Got TV series.
Facebook.
Math.
Ryan Reynolds.
Non-UC Gundam (G is a noted exception, iron blooded orphans is cute but it is NOT true Gundam).
Forgotten Realms (i love the work Richard Lee Byers and Paul Kemp to the point that i will read their realms fiction)
Deadpool.
Also, I prefer cats to dogs, but I dont hate dogs. Unless I am riding my bike.

Sovereign Court

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Wow..and I thought I was a hater.

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If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.


Thomas Seitz wrote:
Yeah one would think they'd have figured out Superman is solar powered and thus try THAT approach before doing Mother box magic.

One has to remember this is a universe where all it takes to disguise Superman is a suit and glasses. Same thing with Wonder Woman. So them not knowing about Superman connection to the sun powering his abilites makes sense. Remember we the viewers see it in the movie. Yet no one was able to really see how the Sun regenerates him after the nuclear strike.

It's how dumb characters look in a story when a villain turned hero joins yet no one is prepared for the hero turning villain and they get ambushed and look like idiots at least by the writers of the stories. How many times has Mystique betrayed the X-men yet no one and I do mean no one is prepared.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Non-UC Gundam (G is a noted exception,

*phew*


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The Thing From Another World wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
Yeah one would think they'd have figured out Superman is solar powered and thus try THAT approach before doing Mother box magic.

One has to remember this is a universe where all it takes to disguise Superman is a suit and glasses. Same thing with Wonder Woman. So them not knowing about Superman connection to the sun powering his abilites makes sense. Remember we the viewers see it in the movie. Yet no one was able to really see how the Sun regenerates him after the nuclear strike.

It's how dumb characters look in a story when a villain turned hero joins yet no one is prepared for the hero turning villain and they get ambushed and look like idiots at least by the writers of the stories. How many times has Mystique betrayed the X-men yet no one and I do mean no one is prepared.

To be fair, that's usually because one writer wants the villain reformed and on the team and a later one is like "No. I like them as a villain. It was a plot all along!"


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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f!~%ing awesome.

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Have you seen this then Freehold?


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Rysky wrote:
Have you seen this then Freehold?

hmm....


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
As for how they get him into the Sun? I mean we send stuff to the Sun a good bit. How hard would it be to get him in it?

1. We really don't. A lot of our observations good ol' Sol aren't conducted by going that way. Por ejemplo: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2017/nasa-funded-sounding-rocket-will- take-1500-images-of-sun-in-5-minutes

2. Earth is 149,600,000 kilometers from Sol. Since it's potentially a straight shot rather than a transfer orbit, it's quicker to get to than Mars, but still takes over 100 days with the best speeds on record.


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Cole,

You make a good point getting him to the Sun in time before Steppenwolf and the armies of Parademons over-run Earth.

Hama,

You're not a hater. You're just a gnoll.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f!&&ing awesome.

So basically you hate an actor for taking a paycheck, in a movie that shouldn't have been made in the first place.

sigh

Shadow Lodge

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Delightful wrote:


We got a Canadaphobe over here.

The way your head opens IS weird...


Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f!&&ing awesome.

So basically you hate an actor for taking a paycheck, in a movie that shouldn't have been made in the first place.

sigh

yup.

You make it sound as if a gun was placed to his head in order to make the film.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f!&&ing awesome.

So basically you hate an actor for taking a paycheck, in a movie that shouldn't have been made in the first place.

sigh

yup.

You make it sound as if a gun was placed to his head in order to make the film.

Other way around.

“Hey kid, wanna be in another superhero movie?”

“YESYESPLEASEPLEASEEASEYESYESYESYES!!!!!!!”


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Green Lantern's problems can be laid at the hands of the director and studio execs. They could have cast the best actor alive and it would have still sucked.


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MMCJawa wrote:
Green Lantern's problems can be laid at the hands of the director and studio execs. They could have cast the best actor alive and it would have still sucked.

Yeah, the big poop monster in it was always going to be real stinker no matter what.


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Delightful wrote:
MMCJawa wrote:
Green Lantern's problems can be laid at the hands of the director and studio execs. They could have cast the best actor alive and it would have still sucked.
Yeah, the big poop monster in it was always going to be real stinker no matter what.

Parallax isn't meant to be a big enemy... it was meant to be as an excuse to make Hal 'not a psycho'. The big bad should always have been Sinestro. Saving him for a sequel was insane.

90% of the problems with Green lantern are solely script and director. If he had worn a real costume and fought a real villain... then I think Reynalds would have been just fine. As it is, I think the movie was 'ok'.


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Do not question the Freehold logic. Just accept that he comes from the Bizarro universe and carry on.

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I did not hate the Green Lantern movie, and, judging it for what it was, and not what I wanted it to be, it was totally faithful to the fratboy screwup version of Hal Jordan we've had ever since Geoff Johns revived him and brought him back into the fold.

Indeed, I've watched it again, and found it to be a perfectly good popcorn superhero movie, entertaining all over again, unlike some much more critically popular superhero films (from both DC and Marvel) that I've felt no desire to ever see again.

Sure, I would prefer a Green Lantern movie (or a Flash movie for that matter) about the adult experienced respected heroes those characters were back in the 80's, but they are decades dead and replaced in the comic books by inexperienced bumblers, so I moved on long ago to newer characters like Booster Gold and Vixen (or newer Green Lanterns and Flashes like Kyle, John and Wally).

I don't see it as Ryan Reynolds fault that his version of Hal Jordan was the Geoff Johns version and not the Dennis O'Neil/John Broome/Marv Wolfman version.


Set wrote:

I did not hate the Green Lantern movie, and, judging it for what it was, and not what I wanted it to be, it was totally faithful to the fratboy screwup version of Hal Jordan we've had ever since Geoff Johns revived him and brought him back into the fold.

Indeed, I've watched it again, and found it to be a perfectly good popcorn superhero movie, entertaining all over again, unlike some much more critically popular superhero films (from both DC and Marvel) that I've felt no desire to ever see again.

Sure, I would prefer a Green Lantern movie (or a Flash movie for that matter) about the adult experienced respected heroes those characters were back in the 80's, but they are decades dead and replaced in the comic books by inexperienced bumblers, so I moved on long ago to newer characters like Booster Gold and Vixen (or newer Green Lanterns and Flashes like Kyle, John and Wally).

I don't see it as Ryan Reynolds fault that his version of Hal Jordan was the Geoff Johns version and not the Dennis O'Neil/John Broome/Marv Wolfman version.

Meh, Everything Hal post-crisis fed into that... and even the O'Neil version was the screw up while Green Arrow was the 'correct' one.

Hal's been my favorite green lantern (and Comic character tied with Daredevil but he was almost always a flawed character who had the odds stacked against him.


I saw Justice league over the weekend and I enjoyed it. IMHO it was well worth full price.


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phantom1592 wrote:
Set wrote:

I did not hate the Green Lantern movie, and, judging it for what it was, and not what I wanted it to be, it was totally faithful to the fratboy screwup version of Hal Jordan we've had ever since Geoff Johns revived him and brought him back into the fold.

Indeed, I've watched it again, and found it to be a perfectly good popcorn superhero movie, entertaining all over again, unlike some much more critically popular superhero films (from both DC and Marvel) that I've felt no desire to ever see again.

Sure, I would prefer a Green Lantern movie (or a Flash movie for that matter) about the adult experienced respected heroes those characters were back in the 80's, but they are decades dead and replaced in the comic books by inexperienced bumblers, so I moved on long ago to newer characters like Booster Gold and Vixen (or newer Green Lanterns and Flashes like Kyle, John and Wally).

I don't see it as Ryan Reynolds fault that his version of Hal Jordan was the Geoff Johns version and not the Dennis O'Neil/John Broome/Marv Wolfman version.

Meh, Everything Hal post-crisis fed into that... and even the O'Neil version was the screw up while Green Arrow was the 'correct' one.

Hal's been my favorite green lantern (and Comic character tied with Daredevil but he was almost always a flawed character who had the odds stacked against him.

as long as you do not worship at the altar of kyle, we can coexist.


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Freehold DM wrote:
as long as you do not worship at the altar of kyle, we can coexist.

Personally?

Alan Scott-> John Stewart-> Jade/Tomar-Re/Kilowog/Rot Lop Fan/Katma Tui a bunch of other non-primary-> Guy Gardner-> Hal Jordan -> 90s Kyle.

So I go from the original boring white guy as my favorite to the new hotness boring white guy as my least favorite.

HALP MEEEEEEEEEEE.


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Freehold DM wrote:
as long as you do not worship at the altar of kyle, we can coexist.

LOL Nononononononono.... All Hal all the way. I've hated Kyle since he usurped Hal's rightful place in his beginning :P

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Cole Deschain wrote:

Personally?

Alan Scott-> John Stewart-> Jade/Tomar-Re/Kilowog/Rot Lop Fan/Katma Tui a bunch of other non-primary-> Guy Gardner-> Hal Jordan -> 90s Kyle.

Ooh, Rot Lop Fan is just crazy awesome.

But of the Earthers, John and Kyle are my favorites. Hal, Alan, Simon and Jessica, meh. Guy, no. I liked him better as a Vudarian with guns for hands.

And even then, I liked my favorite version of Guy less than the talking tiger-dude who hung around with the Marvel family, and I don't even remember his name (or know literally anything about him other than that he's a talking tiger-dude, and therefore must be cool). :)


Set wrote:
Cole Deschain wrote:

Personally?

Alan Scott-> John Stewart-> Jade/Tomar-Re/Kilowog/Rot Lop Fan/Katma Tui a bunch of other non-primary-> Guy Gardner-> Hal Jordan -> 90s Kyle.

Ooh, Rot Lop Fan is just crazy awesome.

But of the Earthers, John and Kyle are my favorites. Hal, Alan, Simon and Jessica, meh. Guy, no. I liked him better as a Vudarian with guns for hands.

And even then, I liked my favorite version of Guy less than the talking tiger-dude who hung around with the Marvel family, and I don't even remember his name (or know literally anything about him other than that he's a talking tiger-dude, and therefore must be cool). :)

Tony? did he sell breakfast cereal?

Actually if he had a blue like wing thing it might have been flying tiger... who was as silly as you would think.


Set wrote:
Cole Deschain wrote:

Personally?

Alan Scott-> John Stewart-> Jade/Tomar-Re/Kilowog/Rot Lop Fan/Katma Tui a bunch of other non-primary-> Guy Gardner-> Hal Jordan -> 90s Kyle.

Ooh, Rot Lop Fan is just crazy awesome.

But of the Earthers, John and Kyle are my favorites. Hal, Alan, Simon and Jessica, meh. Guy, no. I liked him better as a Vudarian with guns for hands.

And even then, I liked my favorite version of Guy less than the talking tiger-dude who hung around with the Marvel family, and I don't even remember his name (or know literally anything about him other than that he's a talking tiger-dude, and therefore must be cool). :)

i will never forgive kyle for turning john into the wise black mentor.


Vidmaster7 wrote:

And even then, I liked my favorite version of Guy less than the talking tiger-dude who hung around with the Marvel family, and I don't even remember his name (or know literally anything about him other than that he's a talking tiger-dude, and therefore must be cool). :)

Tawky Tawny, I believe.


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thejeff wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

And even then, I liked my favorite version of Guy less than the talking tiger-dude who hung around with the Marvel family, and I don't even remember his name (or know literally anything about him other than that he's a talking tiger-dude, and therefore must be cool). :)

Tawky Tawny, I believe.

Mister Tawky Tawny to you!

(Big Red Cheese 4 Lyfe)


Shazam!


Freehold DM wrote:
Set wrote:
Cole Deschain wrote:

Personally?

Alan Scott-> John Stewart-> Jade/Tomar-Re/Kilowog/Rot Lop Fan/Katma Tui a bunch of other non-primary-> Guy Gardner-> Hal Jordan -> 90s Kyle.

Ooh, Rot Lop Fan is just crazy awesome.

But of the Earthers, John and Kyle are my favorites. Hal, Alan, Simon and Jessica, meh. Guy, no. I liked him better as a Vudarian with guns for hands.

And even then, I liked my favorite version of Guy less than the talking tiger-dude who hung around with the Marvel family, and I don't even remember his name (or know literally anything about him other than that he's a talking tiger-dude, and therefore must be cool). :)

i will never forgive kyle for turning john into the wise black mentor.

Not that wise... not much of a mentor.

One of my biggest problems with kyle back in the day was he never bothered to get any real ADVICE or TRAINING from John.

Alan showed him a few tricks, but they were so focused on keeping him the 'green' rookie that he's out having beers with John and Guy... Actual legitimate Green Lanterns.. but then having to read wonder woman's lips in space because he can't use the ring to communicate in space... >.<

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So saw it. Loved it! There was something for everyone, tons of homage, everyone had their moment, power-levels were pretty much on par with the majority of a JLA run.

Humor emotion, darkness and hope.

Favorite scenes:

"Oh $#!+ he can see me!!!"

Aquaman sits on the lasso

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Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f~+%ing awesome.

*leaves for Freehold*


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Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f~+%ing awesome.

*leaves for Freehold*

I can smell the deadpool pikachu crossovers from here.

Ugh.


I have no cross over today.

I do have to wonder why they keep using Mother boxes for resurrecting people.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f~+%ing awesome.

*leaves for Freehold*

I can smell the deadpool pikachu crossovers from here.

Ugh.

Pikapool!


KahnyaGnorc wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
If you hate Deadpool, then why do you care about Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? That makes no sense.

i dont.

I hate him for what he did to green lantern.

And for everyone saying that its okay because deadpool is just so f~+%ing awesome.

*leaves for Freehold*

I can smell the deadpool pikachu crossovers from here.

Ugh.

Pikapool!

*sob*

His touch ruins everything!


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Your tears alone have made the entire mess worthwhile...

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Heheh


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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Heheh

I knew it was going to be that clip.


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shakes fist


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Cole Deschain wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
As for how they get him into the Sun? I mean we send stuff to the Sun a good bit. How hard would it be to get him in it?

1. We really don't. A lot of our observations good ol' Sol aren't conducted by going that way. Por ejemplo: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2017/nasa-funded-sounding-rocket-will- take-1500-images-of-sun-in-5-minutes

2. Earth is 149,600,000 kilometers from Sol. Since it's potentially a straight shot rather than a transfer orbit, it's quicker to get to than Mars, but still takes over 100 days with the best speeds on record.

As an aside, I did a good bit of the optical design for that rocket...


Thomas Seitz wrote:

I have no cross over today.

I do have to wonder why they keep using Mother boxes for resurrecting people.

Maybe some writers really want to return to the womb and see that as a form of transformative rebirth?

Liberty's Edge

Sounds like Warner Brothers is shaking things up among the DC film leadership after Justice League’s disappointing critical and box office performance.

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