etragedy's forum posts

#1 Posted by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

I really don't think I've changed that much - still like the stuff I loved as a kid, but now I just like all of it plus new stuff.

#2 Posted by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

I just noticed that some of my reviews are not appearing in my list.

For example, if you go to my 'reviews' link you will see my review of review of Dagar #1 on September 8, and my review of Dagar #3 on September 19, but not my review of Dagar #2 on September 17 (though if you navigate to the issue page you will see it at the bottom.

I don't know if this is the only missing review as I haven't combed through the full list. It does not seem to be a browser issue as I've tried different browsers.

#3 Posted by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

Well, there's always a million things in development. We'll have to see if this is in the minority that actually makes it to air.

#4 Posted by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

What a bunch of crap. I would feel really ripped off for $20 a month for that. Really only the two Dr. Who comics were cool, everything else was junk.

#5 Posted by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow, a lot of people either lack a sense of humor, or didn't bother to read the OP.
Well, it's been a year and a half since I wrote the original post, and it seems like WB has learned a lot from its mistakes (and a lot from what Marvel has been doing). At this point I'm actually expecting a WW movie to get made, and I think it has a potential to be quite good.
But don't let that stop y'all from continuing to post regardless of how superannuated or specious.

#6 Posted by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

Danger Girl is meant to evoke the pulp era, so that may be what they were going for, and it kind of works in that regard. I'm surprised they didn't say something like, "Deepest Africa" or "In the Heart of the African Jungle" or something like that.

#7 Posted by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

Things ebb and flow. There have been decades where American comics were the best in the world, and there were decades when they weren't. Right now is a low period for American comic books (though the brands/characters are thriving in the cinema).

#8 Edited by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

@cuddlebear said:

@etragedy is the reviewer on Comicvine you should be reading.

Thanks!
I will keep 'em coming!

#10 Edited by etragedy (1091 posts) - - Show Bio

Never mind - it's just hidden way down the page now. :-/