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#1 Edited by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

The Flash, absolutely.

That is a character that needs a little more time in the lime light.

#2 Edited by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

Hey guys,

Hope that you had a great holiday.

I certainly did, as I received several DC New 52 Justice League action figures.

As wonderful as these action figures are, and as much as I am a DC guy, I realized that I am lacking in the Marvel action figure category.

What can you recommend for Marvel action figures, a series with similar quality, price range and wide selection of characters as the DC New 52 Justice League set?

Thanks, love the podcasts and everything you do for us.

#3 Edited by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

Am I the only one that doesn't really care about H'el?

#4 Posted by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

@rorie: it worked out perfectly. Thanks a million.

#5 Posted by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

I can't seem to log in with my username and password.

I can when I connect thru my Twitter, but it is kind of a pain to do it that way.

Help?

#6 Posted by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman has underwear on.

#7 Posted by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

Hey guys and gal,

In last week's podcast, May 31/13, you all commented on the violent "end" of Catwoman in Justice League of America #4. Sara specifically commented on how writers seem to forget that there is a child/teen audience that is reading these books and such gratuitous violence is not necessary in these books. This kind of violence would be better suited for Vertigo books was Cory's comment.

And that leads me to my question,

What would make a good children's comic book? Is it the lack of violence? A lack of gritty, dark realism?

What do you as fans of Adventure Time, Tiny Titans and such books, and a parent, think?

Thanks for you time.

#8 Posted by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

FREAKING AWESOME!!!

#9 Posted by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

I can't bring myself to care about this at all. I know Bendis said that this is in continuity, but it really doesn't feel like it.

#10 Posted by regrivett (50 posts) - - Show Bio

@Ninjablade09: Agreed. Too often we just see the new one and the old one just vanishes. Show us some continuity Marvel movies.