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March 12, 2017 4:39 pm Also you can tell the story of how hard it was to get them to unlock the cabinet to buy razors so many times- a lot of podcasts ares sponsored by Harry's and it's a bit of a trop.
March 12, 2017 4:37 pm Lemire and Soule can't be this bad right?
March 12, 2017 4:36 pm It's tough with Emma. My personal view of continuity can be complicated. Yes she was a villain - for a long time. But then worked to resolve a complex motivation and arrived on the side of good. And she was there for- a long time. So this turn is- iffy at best. Whether it was editorial which sure seems to be the case in so much of Marvel right now. Why this? "Well why didn;t the mutants just tell us the cloud was killing them?" What?!?! So- so- so stupid. =Lacking respect.
March 1, 2017 5:32 pm One of the core tenets of being a mutant is that that in addition to having an 'extra' power is the necessary physiology to be extra hearty- durable physically in order to blast plasma from your body and channel cosmic energy etc. Now the degree of this varies from mutant to mutant but- This has been written about and hinted at more than a few times as to why Magneto might have a bit more youthful and vitality than you would expect. Not a super soldier serum per se- but more of a good genes effect.
February 20, 2017 9:27 am Justice League No.1 Characters out of character- Batman putting Lobo on the team? You know what you all need? A big dose of Vitamin C-ontinuity
February 20, 2017 9:11 am Editorial driven comics have always been a thing- sure. But maybe past editors were just better at it. Because this Marvel--- \ Ahh- yes the podcast Conver-ad the Adver-sation? What a time to be alive.
February 14, 2017 9:34 am That connection-- to comics. I believe that DC made a wholesale mistake with the new 52 but is Sincerely trying to rectify that as much as they can in today's marketplace. Trying to recognize their fan base and Also seeing what works with their classic characters,classic meaning enduring in both our minds and meaning and in the sense of a successful product. I think Marvel has almost irrevocably been damaged by the MCU and trickle down influence by being owned by the largest entertainment company in the world. And instead of recognizing the strength of their core products they are bent on a "New and Improved TIde" marketing campaign. This is car salemanship of comics.
February 10, 2017 12:09 pm a few thoughts: The dubstep intro? I forget the name of the patron who can normalize sound volumes but I could have really used his help anytime there was an action sequence- I mean- it doesn't have to be triple the volume to increase the tension. It was def well written maybe one of the best so far but listening to the Brittshism's was like listening to certain writers going for teen-speak- enough. "cufflink bathtub bees and honey" Making Batman the magical equivalent of a technophobe seemed to ring a little hollow. I get it's to highlight Constantine's expertise but still- Batman is a detective I don't think he would ignore such present thing so completely The Constantine is a charming asshole Han Solo style button was smashed too many times. But overall I really enjoyed it- writing- animation and direction were top level for these films.
February 7, 2017 9:19 am Alan Ty-duck You mean Alan Tudyk -(Too-dick)
January 30, 2017 7:04 am Weird - This comment was meant for Riverdale. Another case for an edit button.