Name: Cliff Donlan
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March 21, 2013 9:22 am That joke is from Flatman of the Great Lakes Avengers. I'm scared that I know that.
February 3, 2013 1:49 am If you mean these teen versions, I don't believe so. If you mean the originals, I think they may have popped up in the old Superfriends comic as well as the animated series. But I don't think they've shown up in the comics in their original incarnations. The closest thing to Apache Chief was Manitou Raven in the Justice League. He even used to yell "Eenukchuck" or something close to that before using various powers including growing.
February 2, 2013 11:39 am Borg Queen Dark Phoenix. I like it.
February 2, 2013 11:30 am Not just Apache Chief. All the teens were an homage to the "made for TV" Superfriends characters: Apache Chief, Samurai, El Dorado and Black Vulcan. I picked up on the Apache Chief reference immediately but had to wiki the others because I couldn't remember their powers. Loved the updates to the powers by the way, Apache Chief's growing updated to a giant astral projection with Samurai's wind powers updated to cool energy rings. El Dorado's teleportation is the same but they chose to include Static from "Static Shock" in the Black Vulcan pastiche. Overall...excellent episode from a series that will be missed.
January 22, 2013 11:51 am No. No. No. No. No. Nope. No. Not happening. It's my view of the world and I say no. Now if you'll excuse me, it's time for me to watch the latest iFanboy video on Revision3. Carry on.
October 13, 2012 1:13 pm All critical reviews are subjective and skewed by the perceptions and opinions of the critic. What happens here on iFanboy POTW is no different than any other "top X" list or review published by any other critic of media, travel, food...whatever. And the criticism of the critics opinion is no different either. Calm down. Both UA and Batman had high highs tinged with some serious flaws in my opinion. The art seemed a little off in some panels of both. Capullo's Robin looked more like a Mad magazine spoof of Robin. Some of Cassaday's smaller, condensed panels (like the conversation panel between Havok, Cap and Thor) looked quickly rendered or poorly inked and lost a ton of the detail he's famous for. The writing in both also had some hiccups for me. The beginning of Batman had such a weird exchange between Gordon and Harvey, and so many snapped necks in it, that I actually had a hard time suspending disbelief and jumping into the story. It didn't pull me in until the"Joker's" television appearance several pages later. Wolverine's memorial speech didn't grab or move me and some of the problems with the pacing of the story and panels have already been mentioned. BUT on the positive side of things, and there are a ton of them in each comic, that backup story in Batman was perfection. And the exchange between Rogue and the Scarlet Witch...so good and so long in coming. Feelings the mutants may have towards Wanda (and for that matter, Pietro) serve as the perfect impetus of tension on a mixed team of "Marvels" and mutants. And the overall art and writing in each was wonderful. The last panel of Batman made me shiver and seeing Cassaday's Logan again made me feel as though I was coming home to the Astonishing X-men universe. Either deserved to be POTW. It was a great week of superhero comics reading.
April 19, 2012 5:58 am So...I'd comment on how cool this is if it had not reminded me that I actually saw this when it ran on TV. Sigh. Old as dirt. Thanks for that.
April 17, 2012 6:24 am Congrats. At a dollar a download that's a nice chunk of change. Wait...you HAVE been charging a dollar a download...right?
March 9, 2012 3:49 pm Spider-menses... Wait. Scratch that.
February 22, 2012 1:17 am You're a wonder, Wonder Womaaaan! http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_uri=%2F&gl=US#/watch?v=M_blOQEu9ws