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AXIS has come to an end and Deadpool is back to being... well, Deadpool.
Sister Justine battles something very familiar.
How far is too far when it comes to saving as many lives as possible?
@masterkungfu: Damn, I did forget Doom. lol Debates with him go nowhere fast too.
It's not marvel hate, it's facts! These characters are super irritating to have in battles
There's a marvel villain on here?
jk nice list
Just finished reading it and damn what a story
Constantine is an amazing character and it's sad to see him go... or not
I have no clue if he really died or not
Couldn't get Khary Payton to do Cyborg this time?
@almighty1azel: Maybe we're salty about this show because we hold Spiderman in very high regard and it's absolutely painful to watch him act like this when we got such good material from him before. The art is fugly, the dialogue plays it so safe it sacrifices the potential to be witty, funny, and still kid friendly. And the sight gags and jokes I saw were tired and just... bad
So yes, we have a reason to be salty. But since the kids who watch probably couldn't tell Spiderman from Deadpool and don't know comics as well... this show gets a pass for them... but I'd burn it at the stake for watering down the source material to the point of it being more water than substance. But since its "for the kids" this is supposed to be ok?
What ever happened to ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING? comics of the modern age are geared for the slightly older crowd (12+). Kids grow up. And seeing shows like this in retrospect is gonna make the whole experience pointless considering how much it isn't like the comics. It may be ok for movies to change some source material for the big screen due to movie goer scrutiny, but to completely change it, to make characters act outside their elements and hammer down the plot extremely thin is simply money hungry, sad, and abusive. This is why DC is murdering Marvel in animation; they know how to stick to their guns, they make the show "kid friendly" enough and simultaneous keep it strong enough with beautiful art and a good enough story to prevent alienating their loyal comic fans.
But I really can't blame Marvel anymore for this, this is Disney's fault.
Disney doesn't let the writers take risks... not even with the dialogue...Kinda weird considering the this is the company that let Minnie and Mickey attempt suicide and also created Die fuhrer's Face
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