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#1 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

Busy or dead lol

Steve, the world is in trouble and we need you to...

I'M BUSY!!

Being Nomad is a time sucking job.

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#2 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

@kasino said:

@inferiorego said:

@kasino said:

wasn't Grand Director leader of the KKK

That's Grand Wizard.

yea and that guy..you don't remember

I like Bucky and Punisher the best. Or a new guy from the Afghanistan war to keep the War Vet theme.

That's Grand Director when he was the leader, under Doctor Faustus' control, of National Force

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#3 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

@kasino said:

wasn't Grand Director leader of the KKK

That's Grand Wizard.

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#4 Edited by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

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#5 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

@inferiorego said:

@jonny_anonymous said:

@timelord said:

I don't get it you say that people are very possessive of their favorite characters and hate all the complaining like what they did with Wally. Yet as soon as they change one of your favorite characters you start complaining about it.

And as far as the selfless go there just fun variants there not meant to be taken seriously.

Yeah it's kinda weird that they are really open to changes with Batgirl but then hating the new direction for Nightwing.

Once again, as I stated earlier, the mixture of espionage and super-powers isn't working. It has nothing to do with the character change and everything to do with the contents of the story.

So you are saying you don't enjoy any SHIELD related books? You may not like how the book was written, fine, but you finding it less than enjoyable because of the spy/super-powers thing is kin to you not liking Jonah Hex because of the western and super-powers thing. God forbid if you ever read Peter David's SPYBOY ;-)

Now we're just completely off track.

As a person who has read JONAH HEX/ALL STAR WESTERN since the start, the number of super-powered beings that are in that book I can count on one hand.

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#6 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

@timelord said:

I don't get it you say that people are very possessive of their favorite characters and hate all the complaining like what they did with Wally. Yet as soon as they change one of your favorite characters you start complaining about it.

And as far as the selfless go there just fun variants there not meant to be taken seriously.

Yeah it's kinda weird that they are really open to changes with Batgirl but then hating the new direction for Nightwing.

Once again, as I stated earlier, the mixture of espionage and super-powers isn't working. It has nothing to do with the character change and everything to do with the contents of the story.

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#7 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

@captain_elburn: @papinacho: so much Dick on this sode

Also, I will never stop singing. Years of being a terrible punk rock singer finally paid off

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#8 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

@timelord: also, I haven't slept Mich this week, so I've been really cranky.

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#9 Edited by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

@timelord: Nightwing has been the whipping boy of the new 52. He's been tied up in other character's stories and by the time he got a run on his own it was canceled. If any one could transition over to a covert op character, Nightwing should be able to do it. However the problem isn't the changes they made to the character. It's the mixture of super powers and espionage I didn't like. That's my problem with the book.

As for selfie covers, I also enjoy the hell out of them. Fun is fun.

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#10 Posted by inferiorego (21228 posts) - - Show Bio

Nothing but Bats and Spiders man, nothing but Bats and Spiders.

you were warned in the first paragraph, so don't act surprised

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