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The world is about to end but Natasha is trying make amends for the sins from her past.
Mockingbird and Agent May team up to take down a horrific enemy.
Ghostbuster meets Ghostbuster!
@feebadger: Thanks man. But don't let my review stop you from writing one. The more the merrier. :)
Butthurt? Really? This coming from the guy who searched for more of my reviews to claim there's plot holes in something else in an attempt to further defend what most die hard fans already recognize as a problem? This coming from the guy who created an account just to comment on this review? Are you serious? If I'm butt hurt, then yours is gaping. I just once again proved one of my slams against the average otaku; you guys praise what you watch even if you don't get it. The original candle was stolen by that blonde guy, some way, some how, it was never mentioned, it just took place in order to push the plot. Ray used a fake one on D at first which lead to him getting his hand cut off because it couldn't work due to being fake. Then he got the original candle later and used it on D, defeating him with ridiculous ease. He used the same candle on Magnus with very little effect and was brutally killed by Magnus. You're not only extremely butthurt because someone is pointing out gaping flaws in this movie's plot, but you resorted to lying now.
And you dug yourself another hole too. If he went down to a fake candle (which didn't happen by the way), then it's an even bigger plot hole if he beat Magnus who easily fought off the real one. You should just bow out of this because you're making it way too easy for me to trash you.
@gilgamesh310: That's all you can come up with? He's the protagonist and that's it? Wow, with a defense like that I might lower the rating to a two now. I mean for real, even Dragon Ball Z makes more sense in this area. Truthfully, I'm not that surprised by your lame answer in the fact you couldn't come up with anything that makes more sense. This review is like four years old, and I have waged many of debate with Vampire Hunter D fans and they all acknowledge that's a plot hole and simply move on with it. That's why I threw it at you.
And um, I'm not talking about Blade, haven't seen it in years. You're not worth discussing this with, I can't even believe that I addressed you in the first place. You created an account just to comment on my review. Seriously. Pathetic.
@gilgamesh310: Stupid. This is the book. You don't have anything else to do besides troll my reviews for stuff that has plot holes? How are old you? 15? You are by far the most pathetic Vampire Hunter D fan I have ever seen.
@gilgamesh310: Ok, how was it possible that Count Magnus Lee was easily beaten by D, when D went down so easily to that same came candle that had no effect on Magnus? That alone shows the vast difference in their power.
I also find it hilarious you're talking about review thinness and you don't even have any. But for the record, I don't list major spoilers in my reviews. It's a product review, not an essay.
I can't stand Ramos artwork either.... So I feel your pain brother.
Another nice list, and a very interesting top ten. I always liked Hercules and I tell you man, I almost felt that beating with him when the Masters of Evil nearly jumped him to death in Under Siege. Some brutal stuff. The Incredible Hercules is arguably among the best Marvel runs of the 2000's.
Nice list. I remember at one point Marvel attempted to bill Spider-Man as the 4th strongest right under Hulk, Thor, and Thing, but it never felt even remotely believable with Hercules, Wonderman, Namor, and Iron Man already around. I think they pretty much have it right at the moment, but they definitely need some consistency with some characters overall skill levels. I think Wolverine is the most inconsistent character in Marvel concerning actual skill.
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