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#1 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't be so quick to disregard the aquatic apes. The Documentary showed ancient drawings from Egypt which showed said creatures swimming with whales and/or dolphins, just as they supposedly do today. There are also historical reports from ships reporting mermaids, including Columbus' voyage to the New World.

#2 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

Perhaps he is on vacation?

#3 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

Technology and medicine have progressed so far, so fast, since the WWII era, who is to say what will be created within another few decades?

#4 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

Well, if Harrison Ford can recover from his broken leg, maybe he can save the film?

#5 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

While I am not a big fan of either group, I tend to think that the Transformers have surpassed the Turtles.

#6 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

To be honest, I have not read the Avengers for many years. However, if Hickman's Avengers run is anything like his Fantastic Four run, then it is probably highly rated. Having said that, while I liked Hickman's FF run, I found him to write confusing story lines. I am wondering if his Avengers stories are also very complex and confusing at times?

#7 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

I vote for Tweety Bird. I will never forget growing up how funny he was when he said "I tawt I taw a puddy tat".

#8 Edited by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't know how many of you saw the two specials on the Discovery Channel this week, but some pretty good evidence was presented that has me convinced that mermaid-like creatures do exist.

#9 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

Rumor has it that the Black Panther will soon have a film. If that is a success and/or if the new Fantastic Four film succeeds with a Black Human Torch, then the sky is the limit.....

#10 Posted by catfightfan (597 posts) - - Show Bio

There is no doubt that DC has been on the move as of late. I attribute much of their rise to the 10 year success of the Smallville television series. I watched it every week. While I have not followed the Arrow series, I am looking forward the the premiere of The Flash this coming fall. As for films, well, I really do not know why DC lags behind in this category. Perhaps they feel it is better to concentrate on television for now?