Years later, proof other sites copy off comicvine, google or bing search Sean Penn Dr. Strange.... there are images for it now and everything LOL, just something I randomly thought up now has snowballed into a ton of people wanting Penn as Dr. Strange... wow, I missed my calling in casting movies.
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I really do not agree with newbie writers killing off classic characters EVER. It always ends the same way, the issue is bad, it pisses off the fans, the writer is shunned, another writer is brought in to undo it.... Enough with this song and dance, and just stop killing off main characters or doing outlandish things with them..... We like them the way they are.... THAT"S WHY THEIR COMICS ARE BEST-SELLERS.
Well, I won't argue against your theory, but lets examine it a bit on just animation...
The unified animated series that composed the DCAU:
Batman: The Animated Series (SUPERB)
Superman: The Animated Series (SUPERB)
Justice League (SUPERB)
Justice League Unlimited (SUPERB)
Batman Beyond (SUPERB)
Batman Beyond (SUPERB)
Static Shock (ABOVE AVERAGE)
The Zeta Project (ABOVE AVERAGE)
Yes, DCAU is a wonderful fluke, a perfectly meshed animated universe, something rarely seen in American animation.
Now let's look at the Marvel animated universe:
X-Men: The Animated Series (SUPERB)
Spider-Man: The Animated Series (Started off Superb, ended OK)
Iron Man (OK)
Fantastic Four (Terrible)
The Hulk (Terrible)
Ghost Rider (cancelled prior to the pilot episode airing)
Spider-Man Unlimited (Terrible)
So yeah, DCAU does hands down beat MAU... Of course that is only comparing their two unified animated universes, neither has tried that in years.
Just curious, I know Disney has made it clear they will not allow rival studios to have stranglehold rights on Marvel characters, and I know especially with Spider-Man they feel limited, but when do these rights expire? And furthermore, are you looking forward to a completely unified Marvel Movieverse?
Oh and on a side note.... Universal Studios Islands of Adventure's Marvel Super-Heroes Island.... That has got to be pissing Disney off, LOL.
I would have voted for the Spider-Mobile personally, Spider-Man's very short lived dune-buggy he crashed into the east river seemed odd at all angles, 1: He could move faster web-slinging then NY traffic would allow a motor vehicle. 2: Where the blazes was he keeping a Spider-Man themed vehicle in NY when he at the time lived with Aunt May.
Jean Claude Van Damme as Venom
Abe Vegoda as Vulture
Sean Penn as Kraven
Steven Colbert as Electro
Bruce Campbell as Mysterio
Paul McCartney as Doctor Octopus
Choke on that cast list Hollywood!
Let's be honest Elektra is the best hands down.
Psylocke only developed her skill through brainwashing
Daredevil, he is good, but would anyone really call him a ninja?
Wolverine: Very sloppy in his tactics, guess a healing factor and adamantium bones would make me sloppy too.
So yes, Elektra is hands down the best ninja, she trained hard, has no super-human powers, and is the deadliest of the Marvel ninja.
I'd say yes, Vampires lose their souls when turned, partly because there is a "deal with the devil" aspect of being turned, they have to want it, Blade was born, there was never a choice in the matter for him, much like Daimon Hellstrom, he chose to fight what he was, a soul-less monster would just embrace it's nature and kill without question.