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#1 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio
@Tom Pinchuk:
@Red L.A.M.P.: 
 
 Thank you both. (Althought the word count actually came closer to 90)
 
So without further ado... 
 

 

MICK (The Comic)


  Zeus was bored on the can one day and made the mistake of reading a copy of “Hybrid Bastards!”After seeing his portrayal, he grew angry, but rather than destroy this golden opportunity, he gave it life, creating “Mick”. Born of rage, he now lives to serve his father! How? BY KILLING TOM PINCHUCK (technically, his grandfather?) AND THE HYBRID BASTARDS!!! The end of path of vengeance is already written on his own pages, but he can’t read it, because… well… his face is on the cover… and that’d make it physically impossible. Duh. 

 

#2 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

Okay, maybe I'm just seeing things, but does anyone else thing that it looks like Man-Thing has.... hair?  
 
 
 
...And I don't mean on his head.  
#3 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

I loved everything about Superman Returns but the whole thing with his kid. I didn'y hate it, it just felt unnessecary. I feel like it really got down to the essence of the character. The only reason I'd be hesitant to reboot it, though, is that you would probably lose Brandon routh, who I thought did a fine job, Bryan Singer, who seemed to understand the character, and Kevin Spacey, who is THE definitive Lex Luthor to me. Otherwise, I think it would be great to see a reboot with his origin and all that stuff.

#4 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio
@G-Man: 
 Are we allowed to attatch a rough sketch of our idea along with our description? I keep finding myself doodling my dude, and I wanted to know if I could include one of said doodles. 
(I also think my summary is at about 75 words, so I was hoping if you could tell me whether or not that's okay. I see a few other longer ones too.)
#5 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

Here's the thing: it seems that Loeb does better when he focuses on one or two characters. His stuff on Batman was pretty good, but Ultimates and Ultimatum sucked. While I haven't read it, it sounds like Superman/Batman was good as well. I think his defining writing characteristic is internal monologue, so he should stick with titles that allow him to do that.
#6 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

Huh. I had no idea misrepresenting the author's work was considered plagarism. Well, now I know! (come on... setting it up... don't leave me hangin'...)
#7 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

Wasn't Bendis really involved in this?
#8 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

Mockingbird: "Oh Clint, I'm so glad we rescued you!"

Ms. Marvel: "Yeah, we really showed Osborn and his goons, didn't we?"

Clint: "They'll sure be feeling that in the morning!"

Jewel: "Hey... didn't Osborn have Luke?"

Mockingbird: ...

Ms. Marvel: ...

Clint: ...

#9 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

What if that dude's Osborn? Think about it: "At What Price Victory?" Maybe Cap has to give the Iron Man armor to Osborn in exchage for something.
#10 Posted by Anderson: Agent of SMITH (234 posts) - - Show Bio

This is interesting, because he seemed like he was more open to studio suggestions when it comes the page-to-screen translation (at least moreso than Alan Moore). I guess not so much.