Tags: Avengers movie, Ironman This entry was posted on Sunday, June 16th, 2013 at 12:18 pm by Brandon Hanvey and is filed under Comic.
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Oh, if there was a New Warriors movie that had Speedball in it, I wouldn’t care if Whiplash was acting out of character…I’d just get down on my knees and thank whatever higher power that I was alive to see it.
The internet has given everyone in the western world Josh’s mentality. I have friends and family who would never go near a superhero movie but will argue for hours about whether or not Megan on “Mad Men” is alive or dead, and they’re still pissed off about the Russian in season 3 of “The Sopranos.”
Oh god, we’re going to get a New Warriors movie some day, aren’t we? I’d already reconciled myself to there being a Nova movie… but New Warriors. Oh my god.
Heh, nice comic. Honestly, I think it’s a (mildly) valid complaint, how writers will use any villain regardless of characterization to fill out a scene. Long term characterization is comic’s greatest strength/appeal, and thoughtlessly using characters undermines that.
This is precisely why I hate… … … SO. Many. Things.
Wait, its been some years since i saw that but didn’t he die at the end if iron man 2?
Oh come now, Maske. That’s no obstacle.
Next up: A generic group of super-villains being used to populate a fight scene, 50% of whom have motivations and MOs that have nothing to do with group fight scenes.
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