Jaedence

Name: Jamie Wakefield

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May 7, 2012 3:13 pm Best comic book movie ever. By a long shot. I fail at understanding how anyone can think differently. The only bad side for me was the idiot fanbois in front of me who had to laugh loudly and fakely at everything that happened as if to show that he understood all the Easter eggs and obscure references. I wanted to slap him. You know, I don't think any Marvel movie can top this. There is never going to be a "first time" in film that shows Thor uppercutting the Hulk with his hammer. Joss really did a fantastic job at showing us exactly what every fan of comics has been waiting to see for decades. The other great moment was when Joss set us all up with the huge monster swimming out of the portal and everyone in the theater thinking "Wow, that's the big bad. That's going to take all their combined power to stop." And then Hulk kills it in one punch. The theater exploded.
May 7, 2012 1:57 pm I am a huge proponent of 3D but I have to disagree here. I saw it in 3D and I thought it added nothing. I would actually advise seeing it in 2D. I never would have thought I would ever type those words.
April 20, 2012 10:06 am Maybe I'm in the minority or maybe just the first one to disagree... Or maybe I'm just a bad writer. I liked “Irradiated muscles strain. Organic metal groans. Windows shatter miles away. The San Andreas fault shudders with each blow.” It reminded me of Alan Moore on Miracle Man. I also liked the most expensive punch in history line. And the hulk saying Strongest one there is Side Note: I really have a rough time believing that Thunderbolt Ross would become Red Hulk, completely change personality and become just another superhero. I do agree that the fights seemed short changed. I want to see Collosusnaut fight Red Hulk and kick his ass. I also want to see how ANYONE has a chance of beating Namor while IN THE SEA. Namor grabs The Thing and Powerman, drags them a thousand feet deep and lets go. See ya suckers.
April 11, 2012 2:16 pm If Aquaman dropped a killer whale on Namor (as depicted in their first fight) you would end up with a killer whale with a Namor sized hole in it. Flying is a pretty big advantage to begin with then add in the fact that Namor is Hulk level in strength, I think we have a clear winner.
April 11, 2012 12:41 pm Perfectly said Nightwing83. "2) He’s so powerful, you can’t hurt him except with Kryptonite. Or magic. Or sonic attacks (cuz of his super hearing). Or a robot, alien or monster who’s also super strong (like the villains he fights 90% of the time). Or by threatening someone close to him. Or by mental attacks. Yeah." It's the writing. Look at Supergirl. Her recent run really showed what you could do with a character with Superman's power set. The fact they keep trying to reinvent the wheel, redo his origin, make him less powerful, more powerful, etc etc just shows a lack of good creative talent. When has Superman been more powerful than in All Star Superman and that series was awesome. He was also far more powerful in the eighties and those stories were better than the last couple decades of dreck.
February 28, 2012 3:01 pm I don't know how anyone can consider this "relaunch" a success, any more than they could consider poly-bagging and variant metallic covers a success. Initial sales jump and interest with a majority of people now saying "I’m reading less DC books now than I was before the relaunch." I don't think they could have handled this worse actually. A relaunch that references past events? Some characters not relaunched at all while others are creating a disparate continuity? How does that make sense? Barbara Gordon is a perfect example. "I was paralyzed but then I got better." If it's a relaunch just erase the event. She was never paralyzed and no one would say "Weren't you paralyzed?" Is it a new universe or not? Apparently, not even the brass at DC know the answer.