@k4tzm4n: Ok. That makes things simpler too.
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Millar & Hitch's Ultimates run was legendary but everything went downhill after Loeb came along
Heh. I'm not surprised.
I haven't read this, but it's something I'd consider reading. This is a neat kinda feature to have.
Venom, Magneto, Loki, Emma frost too many great marvel villains ruined by turning them into heroes because they are popular
I definitely agree with this. I'd rather have a more interesting, compelling, and "complete" villain than one who flip flops. I do have a soft spot for slightly maniacal, but mostly passionate villains, though, but they come off as rather flat and as not having any staying power.
Keep up these fun videos and dancing, G-Man. :-)
@stmichalofwilson: You know what, I would've never thought of this but it would work.
Definitely agree about Big Trouble inn Little China
X-Files (there might have actually been one)
Escape from NY/LA (Snake Pliskin)
Secret World of Alex Mack (potential!!!)
I agree with these and was surprised by the Secret World of Alex Mack. That one would have to be really well-done, though.
I have a few ideas:
This was worth watching just to see G-Man dance. While I do like the idea of villains getting their own series, I just hope they can keep them interesting, engaging, and try to have them come across in a fresh-ish way. I know I'm asking too much but I was immediately taken by Magneto when I first saw him and think he needs a good writer to not only further develop and push his powers, but to also take his personality in a new direction.