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#1 Posted by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

Depends. I fit between me and a murder with my last resort being to kill him, I would do it. However killing is not necessary in all situations. Senseless war for more property and money is not necessary. I've heard people say killing animals for food is a necessary evil for reasons of overpopulation or whatever. As a vegetarian, I completely disagree. Killing is a last resort option to be used against those who need to be killed for the better.

#2 Posted by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

Bulbasaur and all his evolutions are the answer to everything.

I also love Totadile and turtwig.

#3 Posted by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

Physical comics feel better, smell better, have more inherent value, they can be signed, they can be displayed, and they build a true comic collection. I don't enjoy digital very much. It's kind of a culture killer; it removes the fun of comic collecting and going to the local shop every week. Physical comics are more than tangible objects and are the back bone of the industry and culture we love.

That being said, I know some people don't have access to a local shop or just don't have space, which makes going digital totally understandable. But if you have the choice, physical is the way to go.

I forgot to mention that the art looks way better in person. I get really absorbed in the art of physical books and up reading for a longer amount of time than i do with digital. I tend to speed through my digital reads.

#4 Posted by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

HULK BUSTER HYPE

#5 Posted by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

X-O Manowar, but thats kind of cheating because Valiant would never kill off characters just to bring them back in a year. Most of my favorites have at one point died.

#6 Edited by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

Physical comics feel better, smell better, have more inherent value, they can be signed, they can be displayed, and they build a true comic collection. I don't enjoy digital very much. It's kind of a culture killer; it removes the fun of comic collecting and going to the local shop every week. Physical comics are more than tangible objects and are the back bone of the industry and culture we love.

That being said, I know some people don't have access to a local shop or just don't have space, which makes going digital totally understandable. But if you have the choice, physical is the way to go.

#7 Posted by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

The recent events that happened to Thor, and the arrival of Lady Thor was said to

be linked to Original Sin.

But what will happen to Thor after Original Sin ?

And what will happen to Lady Thor ?

P.S yes I know I capitalized Lady, but what else can I call her ?

Honestly, the best answer would be to just read the book :P

But Thor Odinson will become worthy in a year or so, that's just the way things work. Besides, Jason Aaron has shown future Thor with the hammer, so its inevitable.

The new Thor, not Lady Thor, will take the mantle of Thor until the Odinson becomes worthy again because Asgard and Midgard both need a Thor to protect and guide them.

This should be an awesome story. I absolutely loved the first issue of the new series.

#8 Edited by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

It depends if you have the money. I won't be buying everything. Its a 3 month event spanning every lantern book. I don't have that cash so I'll stick with my GL, and GL: New Guardians. But if you have spare money that you don't mind spending, go for it. It's an epic read.

#9 Edited by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

  1. Hal Jordan
  2. Kyle Rayner
  3. Alan Scott
  4. John Stewart
  5. Guy Gardner
  6. Simon Baz
  7. Jessica Cruz

Exactly my thoughts. *high five*

#10 Posted by sagejonathan (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't think it makes sense to ever say one medium is better than another. I love both equally. I think reading both mediums brings out the best aspects of both.