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@capelibra: Season 3 is almost Brave and the bold good

Yeah, season three seems to be a big step up so I'm sort of considering giving it a chance.

Also, is it just me or is the audio really messed up in that trailer? Sounded really loud and blown out.

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Woah, what the hell is going on with Grace's Cloud Strife hair? Jeez.
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@omega_man_ yeah I agree, Batwoman and Renee Montoya are weird omissions in an otherwise solid lineup. Shame Marvel doesn't have any other iconic LGBT heroes, although I guess he could've squeezed in Wiccan and Hulkling.
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What is this from?
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I hate everything about this.
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Wait, that's Elektra?
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Uhhh... what?
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Posted by... Joey Fameli?! Is this a new development or did I miss something?!

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This list rules, good job. So many awesome characters.

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Wow, thank you so much for taking the time to answer another one of my questions in an Ask and Ye Shall Receive video! Your answer was great!

One thing that does bother me a little is that a common thread with a lot of the indie superhero books that stand out is that a lot of them hinge on shock value. Deathmatch and Sidekick are good examples of this. I'm not saying those aren't good books (although they're not really my thing) but they're the sort of comic you can elevator pitch to a casual reader and get them shocked. It seems hard to stand out on positive and wholesome merits.

As for indie cape books I've been enjoying, well, the two I've been digging the most are definitely Joe Keatinge's Hell Yeah and Paul Grist's Mudman, but both are on hiatus it seems. I love anything Paul Grist does though, his Jack Staff series was incredible.

@tximinoman Sorry to have disappointed you!

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