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So i have been reading ultimate spiderman. I got to issue 133 and he supposedly died. I find out they changed the name to Ultimate comics spider-man and started at issue 1. They soon changed it back a few comics later to make a Ultimate spiderman issue 150. I start reading the issue 1 and it take place 6 months later. He somehow survived and is now making out with Gwen... what did i so obviously miss because i would like to know why he isnt with MJ like he was 6 months before.
Ultimate Spider-Man Requiem #1-2 (with Stuart Immonen and Mark Bagley, 2009)
Anyone here read Sam and Fuzzy?
Streaming the most recent Spider-Man movie.
Movie starts in 15 mins.
Do you hm, talk about homestuck in here?
Dave: Accelerate is my goto. It's not too spoilery and it shows off Dave being a badass.
It's careless about how it shows spoilers, and too long by about half. There's an older fan video that's much better about those problems but obviously isn't perfect.
Any true Homestuck fan needs to hear Bro IRL
I've found this comic on dA. Discuss.
Wow. Shit got really meta here.
Except for the fur tufts on some of their heads I like the style. Even if it is furry I don't really care as long as its not the stereotypical crap and is well done.
Can Captain Marvel use the Shazam command unlimited times?
Anyone here familiar with the film Watership Down? I recently saw it and thought it was pretty damn good.
It's about a group of rabbits fleeing from an unseen danger to find a peaceful place to live. On their journey, they run into almost everything that tries to kill them. Think of it as Final Destination but with rabbits.
The film is really violent and bloody. Not to mention, marketed towards children. The animation is well done for its time and you get attached to the characters, except for that stupid bird who usually drags the story.
Here's the playlist if you wanna check it out.
The funniest part for me was the fact they forgot to bring pussy with them and had to back track to a farm to get white rabbit girls but they weren't able to set free because they ain't playehs.
I recommend the book, I read it before I watched the film and, while being quite true to the source material, the book did a far better job of telling the story
I read this whole comic two nights ago. Really spectacular. It explores the idea of "what if Superman had a psychotic episode". It gets a bit weird in the issue #20's, but it's all tied together really well. Lots of amazing twists and pretty deep and likable characters for the most part.
All the issues are available at TBP (37 issues). But as soon as a hardcover omnibus of the whole thing comes out, I'll be buying it (The series just ended in May).
Anyone else read this? Thoughts?
But the character in Irredeemable was supposed to be a heavy reflection of Superman in the first place. He was so obviously supposed to be this comic's version of Superman that I'm forced to wonder why you decided to start hating him when it directly pointed out that he was supposed to be Superman.
>(I hate superman)
Oh, it's a biased opinion. Okay. Just don't go too overboard with the hate.
...the last words of novel were pretty much "I hope someone in the universe can get this idea right". The Plutonian isn't a failed superman, he's a failed idea. By that "idea" being released into the universe (quite literally), the novel concludes with hope that one day someone will get "the invincible man" right.
>I hate superman
So do I, he's a floppy character. But the idea is interesting; even more interesting is the idea gone wrong.
23277 here, yes that is my take. I dislike Superman as a character. Though the perverse idea of him is appealing. Also the gay sex was nice.
I have a simple question. How are Nick Fury and Dum Dum Dugan still around? They should both be pushing to a hundred years old by now.
Like >>22738 said, Fury uses something called the Infinity Formula to stop his aging. Sliding timescale aside, its still 2012 in the marvel universe and Fury is still explicitly a WWII soldier. Unlike, say, Iron Man who keeps getting the war he started in updated. I don't know if Dum Dum uses the Infinity Formula, although one would assume he has access. I don't know what, if any, explanation they have for Bucky Barnes not being 80 something.
Hmm. fair enough.
In 1990 or so Xavier mentioned the massive amount of accomplishments he's made in the last year, starting with founding the X-Men. I thought maybe the Nick Fury thing was something similar.
Bucky was kept frozen by the Soviets and was only thawed out as needed. Since his mind was mostly blank this wasn't too much trouble (aside from him going rogue briefly in 1967 and having to be recaptured). Cap used the Cosmic Cube to restore his memories.