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#1 Posted by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

Absolutely. He's one of my favorite comedic actors. I see in Paul Rudd what everyone else saw in John Cusack 20 years ago.

#2 Posted by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

@dodirty: I never said either character was superior. True be told, I'm a bigger Martian Manhunter fan.

#3 Posted by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

I just listened to Kirkman on WTF this morning, he said the same thing on there. I'm not that privy to market trends. I do know that Image is reaching new readers and expanding the comic audience. I don't think its out of the question for them to surpass DC. At the very least it's a good goal for a company to have.

#4 Posted by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

Not a fan of pop music in general.

#5 Posted by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

Bronze Tiger

Deadshot

Capt. Boomerang

Dr. Light

Punch & Jewlie

Dutchess

Count Vertigo

Parasite

Nightshade

#6 Posted by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

@mekboy: I only attend matinees. It cuts down on the nonsense.

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#8 Posted by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

He may have more powers but I don't think that makes him better. I feel like if we compared lives saved stats Superman would definitely come out ahead.

#9 Edited by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

@xwraith said:
@longbowhunter said:

This is hilarious. I can still remember being a kid in the summer of '89 and watching a review show that deemed Burton's Batman as "too dark".

I re-watched that last year, and if anything, I found it too silly.

My point exactly. It's all relative. Anyone not wanting to take their kids for moral reasons should be more forward thinking. Because 26 years from now people will be saying the same about Batman V. Superman.

#10 Edited by longbowhunter (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

@lennykanze: I didn't understand what you were asking, but reading other people responses I get it.

The idea of "legacy heroes" is hardly a new one. It's always been more a DC thing than a Marvel thing. Not sure why Marvel has decided to take up this tradition all of a sudden. I'm assuming to diversify their IPs.