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Name: Loren De Guzman

Bio: My first TPB was The Sandman: Dream Country. Got hooked and still collecting graphic novels since 2003. I just recently started buying comics (single issues) and Flashpoint Batman:Knight of Vengeance #2 was my first.


One would think there’s an ongoing theme to this comic. From cover to story and that is a “race”. The…

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April 1, 2019 8:38 am They were both tributes shown in different ways. The Superman one was all his greatest hits, like an anthology comic while Batman’s was one focused story. Both milestone tributes, both great and differently told.
March 31, 2019 8:14 pm I agreed with Josh on Detective Comics 1000. It coul’ve been something different like I already knew what I was getting when I bought the comic. How could it be different? I don’t know but let’s take a look at how DC approached both Superman and Batman’s 75th Anniversary Shorts. They’re entirely different but they’re both great for what they are.
January 30, 2018 5:40 pm New Rorschach is a taxi driver. Not the kid who read the pirate story. That one died in the alien blast with newspaper stand guy.
June 6, 2017 7:29 am Anybody up for Wonder Woman and the New Gods as a sequel?
June 3, 2017 3:56 am Here's one fan service: The revolving door was homage to Linda Carter's twirling Wonder Woman in the 70's. I also loved it when just before she went through she was reassuring herself "I can do this." possibly a meta commentary on Gal Gadot's negative casting reactions from fans. Well she proved them all wrong. This movie is awesome. Also Ron, Ares had his armor in the last fight so he did transform.
June 1, 2017 5:13 pm I couldn't finish this show. Danny's character has been inconsistent. There's always talk about K'un Lun but that's all there is... all talk. Colleen Wing is the saving grace of this show. I feel bad for Iron Fist cause he is a great character just not on Netflix.
May 12, 2017 2:38 pm I liked that they treated this as a standalone movie rather than tying it into the cinematic universe. It just feels i could watch it again and not worry to much of what came before or what's coming next. I've the same fear as you Connor cause these Marvel movies are looking all the same, Guardians being the exception. On the positive the visuals are stunning and characters well acted (I expected more from Mantis, what she really is and not the butt of jokes). On the negatives the jokes are somewhat forced especially Taserface scene was just to painful to watch. Also they just played into the audience expectations regarding the humor, soundtrack and groot. In the end they didn't show us anything new here. Loved the Watchers and Stan Lee. (I did think he was a Watcher and these scenes just made me happy). Also-- so happy Yondu got his proper mohawk.
August 8, 2015 9:47 pm I'd be shocked if Stan Lee made a cameo on this.
May 1, 2015 8:32 pm ok I think I missed that bit (Vision scoping out Thor's cape). thanks Connor. You know I was hoping Hulk would say a few words while he was moping in the Quinjet when he left the team. Still hoping for the Intelligent Hulk movie in the near future.
May 1, 2015 8:20 pm I thought James Spader did an excellent job on this. Never thought Ultron to have such personality but it makes sense in the movie. The only thing i really hate and did not understand about the movie was Thor's vision in that well thingy. What was that all about? Also I am usually okay that the movie counterparts should look similar to what they look like in the comics but when Vision conjured up that cape i thought to myself, why would he need a cape? Maybe if Vision came out of that chamber with a cape already attached to him then I'd reason out that Ultron because of his insecurities wanted to be like a god (just like Thor) hence the addition of the cape. Overall still enjoyable. The action scenes were great and i actually liked this film better than the first one.