vacur005

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    November 4, 2017 6:26 pm Opinions don't usually change that drastically in a year where you go from recommending it whole-heartedly to people to saying you are ambivalent about it and found it so boring. I'm not arguing the quality of the movie where I thought it was fine, but not memorable. It's one thing to say you don't like something as much as you thought originally, but to go so far the other way in a year doesn't typically occur.
    November 4, 2017 5:34 pm I re-listened to the Doctor Strange review and Mike seems to be a hypocrite saying how he thought it was so boring while talking about how much he liked it in that review.
    November 4, 2017 5:22 pm Beta Ray Bill was one of the heads on the tower as a former champion. That was the Easter egg and originally he was supposed to be in the movie as a cameo, but Kevin Feige said it wasn't worth doing in a very small role so they will do it right later when featuring that character.
    October 15, 2017 12:35 pm I am genuinely surprised that Conor did not mention Detective Comics #966. This issue and the last have been great and the best arc since the first one with the start of Rebirth. I also thought Conor would be happy to discuss what happens to the future Damian as told by Tim Drake as Batman.
    July 16, 2017 6:39 pm I've read The Defenders since it started and I really don't see it as a great comic book. It's pretty good, but I don't see it as a great story. I have not been that impressed by The Casting and the first prelude where it's just way too wordy. The Hawkman portions with that writing is really hard to get into.
    July 16, 2017 6:33 pm That is a great issue.
    July 10, 2017 5:54 pm The worst issue I have seen where it completely took me out of the issue is still Uncanny X-Force #19 which was the aftermath of the Dark Angel Saga. When you go from Jerome Opena to Robert Rodriguez with bad coloring, it was just abysmal.
    July 10, 2017 2:01 am So you didn't cover Batman #26 this week? That's really surprising especially with covering Green Arrow #26 when you skipped 25 a couple of weeks ago. I thought 26 was good, but had way too much set-up. I thought 25 was great even though there was quite a bit of set-up, but 26 didn't further the story well enough. I also still don't like seeing the Riddler being so buff and physically large since he's not a big guy.
    July 10, 2017 12:18 am Her name is Michelle, but it was just confirmed that she's not Mary Jane Watson. http://m.ign.com/articles/2017/07/10/spider-man-homecoming-producers-on-the-reveal-of-that-characters-nickname
    July 10, 2017 12:17 am I said it's a really good, not great movie where it's not as good as Spider-Man 2. I'm a huge Spider-Man fan and doing such a poor job of portraying so many supporting characters was very disappointing. That doesn't make the movie bad, but I'm not going to ignore it. It's not as bad as Jimmy Olsen just getting unceremoniously killed in BVS since there's too many characters according to Snyder, but it wasn't good. The movie tries to trick people into believing it is for hardcore Spider-Man fans with the references and Easter eggs, but it really isn't with all of the changes. Tom Holland was still great along with Michael Keaton being really good. Then the friend playing Ned (Ganke) was really good too. I'm just happy Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige confirmed in an interview that Michelle was not Mary Jane Watson with "MJ" just being initials they wanted to use as a cool tease. I am thankful for that. I've seen it twice now and there was another continuity screw up I noticed which was the date of the decathlon. A banner in the beginning says October 12th-15th. Then about 15 minutes later, another one says September 14th. That's really bad especially because it is Nationals which they say so it doesn't make sense to have two different dates. They could not keep things straight with this movie where it's sloppily done.