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#1 Edited by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

Im gonna shed a tear if they confirm all this is true at Comic con next month.I always wanted Charlie Hunnam for Aquaman or that guy from Game of Thrones or Alexander Skarsgard

What if they didn't want the role?

#2 Posted by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

Can you, not say "retarded"

unintelligent would suffice just fine.

Deadpool is of great intelligence. He is no genius, but he is a capable warrior and person. He usually has no mind for strategy, as his healing factor negates the need for stealth, but he is still a tactician. He may know several languages, learning them along the way in his assassination work

#3 Posted by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

@micah said:

@manwithoutshame said:

can't say i'm surprised, it's nothing new for an ultimates series to suck

that's cute

#4 Posted by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

It's disappointing to see a negative one star review of the series. For characters that really drew in an audience pre cataclysm, its sad to see the story going downhill

#5 Edited by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

So this means Kingpin will come back as a top class villain again?

Btw, wasn't venom in space now?

this is the future, dude, and more than likely an alternate reality, like spider-man reign

#6 Posted by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't expect to be a winning poster, but I love Ultimate Hawkeye more than anything

#7 Posted by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

Dear Marvel, please do not kill Spider-Man Noir.

I know I can flip out sometimes, and react irrationally, but noir is my favorite character in all of marvel comics. he's the reason i even came back to reading marvel at all, heck, reading comics!

please?

sincerely, volnixshin

#8 Posted by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

I really hope "Peter" is not who he claims to be

It would, to me, detract on the impact the Death of Spider-Man had on the ultimate universe. Characters die and come back all the time, and for Spidey, we've seen that happen in the mainstream universe. I would like to see a more realistic story for this one

#9 Posted by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

Ray Stevenson. He, to me, really exemplified the mind and personality of Frank. He acted like a seasoned veteran, and of someone completely focused on the mission. He didn't need fancy cars, one liners, or humor to get his point across

#10 Edited by Crackdown (605 posts) - - Show Bio

people commit crime, the more superheroes, the more super criminals, the more super criminals, the more they want to outclass each other