This might start up the tired debate about if magic is science (technically sure if you can study it but I think it's splitting hairs. the issue is making magic into tech) but did removing the fantasy half of the Thor franchise help thematically connect the film to other Marvel films as intended? Do the majority of people who seen the films realize Thor is a alien from a high-tech world instead of some god? I'm unsure if a Krypton clone with a viking theme was really the best interpretation of the source material and I'm hoping Dr. Strange doesn't take a...
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Did /co/ like Grant Morrisons Action Comics run?
It was pretty great. Superman and the Men of Steel was really good. And the t-shirt jeans look is fucking genius. It's really fucking good. It would've been better if Morales could keep up a monthly pace.
>it's not a canon-heavy cartoon, but it still has continuity
>characters change over time and references to last episodes are made
Yeah, you can still watch the series at anytime and still "get it", but there are still references to past episodes.
Plus, Morty has become noticeably desensitized to Rick's sociopathy.
It will happen r-right?
How did Po figure out the Wuxi finger hold?
Why does dc hate him /co/?
He is the only JL founder who isn't in JL rebirth.
he has the most powerful and versatile set of powers of anyone shy of a reality warper
and it takes less effort to write him as a buffoon than to come up with villains that challenge his powerset
It's time to stop pretending that this is a good movie.
Reeve is good. The music is good. SOME of the first half is good.
Everything else is bad. Luthor is terrible (Otis, muh land), Lois can't act, and the effects are beyond bad, sonething like Star Wars holds up much better.
>the effects are beyond bad,
This is the only thing I'll contest.
But the first half started the Super Jesus shit plaguing us right now, and Jor-El as Super God. It gave the Kents the short end of the stick. He's not Superman because Jor-El ordered him to, but because the Kents raised him to be that way.
American Alien is great because it totally avoids these pratfalls. So is Birthright and Byrne's MOS.
Because if we can't protect Hell's Kitchen...you can be damn sure we'll DEFEND it!
Two pages and the end of Volume 2
Where we finally see Rocky again and it's pretty much confirmed he went full desperate psycho.
And as always, the art makes it hard to be mad at the delays.
MY NAME IS FELICITY SMOAK
Why can't we get a decent Thor movie? Hemsworth nailed the look but he didn't develop the character at all, Hopkins nailed Odin but doesn't do shit, Portman and her retarded fucking friends and father steal screentime and the plots massively suffer because of them. I want to watch Thor movies, not ''Jane and her retard friends movies''. Why did they fuck it up so much?
What are your thoughts?
I liked it but it wasn't that great to be honest. I think I just wanted to like it.
I'm hoping the next episodes are better and this one just wasn't that good because it had to setup everything.
That's the long and short of it.
my dad and i loved this
It's not like I'm complaining about the current direction IDW takes with TMNT, it's just that I find it a bit ironic considering what people kept complaining about in the past.
People complained about the 4kids stuff?
Honestly IDW is just taking everything, Mirage, 80's, 4kids, Tk12 (with Pigeon Pete) and combining it while doing their own thing, and so far it's been working out great.
Have you seen the latest episode from archer?
Did you like it?
It was good. The opening scene sort of confused me though. Was that Sterling in the pool? Is Adam Reed bring the series to an end? I think it's great that Sterling and Mallory have to eat the proverbial crow by having to work for Cyril Figgus for a paycheck. Archer is being a dick again, but I wouldn't have it any other way. Can't wait to see the rest o the season.