My comic store only special ordered one for a customer but I ordered one and should be in next week. I think my daughter will love this.
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Love it!! Love Falcon and love Anthony Mackie!! I'm so excited to see this movie.
People seem to love villains more now a days. Villains like The Joker, Deathstroke, Magneto, Loki. They seem to have loved Deadpool, Venom, and Catwoman so much that writers have made them "good guys". Has there always been a fascination with villains as much as there is now among fans or is it a fairly new thing? What has caused everyone to love some of these villains so much? My thoughts are good writing but mostly movies.
Hey G-Man, Love the Podcast(s). Batman has a ton of awesome villains (and some bad ones) but would you ever want to see The Mad Hatter in a movie? What other Batman villain would would want to see on film that has never been in a movie? Killer Croc? Clayface? Hugo Strange? Man-Bat? Calendar Man? (J/K) None of those would make a good main villain probably. Your thoughts...
Batman and Flash series. Two different styles of books but really enjoy those two specifically
It would probably depend on the personality of the person. I would think someone that felt they needed to use the powers to protect the world would end up very lonely. If you had to keep the secret from everyone you were close to then that would be a huge burden but some people would feel satisfaction from their acts no matter the personal cost. Personally it would be a blessing although I would struggle being lonely and being accepted. It would be a lot to bare but I would help people and share my gifts with the world.
Michelangelo (the orange one) is my favorite. He's a good comic relief for the team. He's a good fighter and team member but he knows how to have a good time and not take things so serious. I've always thought his nun chucks were pretty awesome too.
First of all, I just want to say that ComicVine podcasts are the only podcasts I've ever listened to and I've been listening for the past year and a half. Keep up the good work.
Question: Has anyone ever tried writing a superhero novel? Do you think a character like Batman could be written in novel form and be successful? I know the art is some of the best parts sometimes but maybe there are people who would enjoy reading stories about superheroes without the art. I think Batman and Superman would be the only two that could be really successful though. What do you think?