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Welcome to Killville! Hope you survive the experience!...but probably you won’t.
As if the Earth getting destroyed wasn't bad enough, this section of Battleworld has gone to hell...literally.
Natasha finally confronts the leader of CHAOS and does exactly what she needs to. In record time, in fact.
@madeinbangladesh: Man of Steel is my favorite at the moment but that could change depending on how much I like Amazing Spider-Man 2 or Man of Steel's sequel.
@madeinbangladesh: Loved that movie too. I like JL War because the story it was based off of was one of my favorites in the New 52. Although if they make a good adaption based off Trinity War or Forever Evil then that might be my favorite. Although I wish they make more movies centered around other characters like Green Arrow or another Green Lantern so this list would have more a variety.
@madeinbangladesh: I like it to an extent. Might change depending on how the Flash tv series goes or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
@trodorne: Haven't read He-Man yet.
I've been lost since Morrison's run on Action comics. Issue 5 & 6 confused me. After issue 8, I started to get really lost and confuse. I also don't like how Morrison's run seems to be all over the place. One panel we focus on Clark, Lois and Jimmy eating out & we see that for a few panels. Next panel he's off being Superman for a few panels then he's at his apartment. I like the book, but I wish Grant's story wasn't all over the place. If it wasn't all over the place then I would enjoy the book that much more.
Shame to see Scarlet Spider end. I hope we see Kaine after Scarlet Spider ends. It would be great.
A couple weeks ago I told a couple of my friends about Talon. They had no idea who he was or what it was about so I told them the a bit about the book and they said it sounds cool. One of them said they check it out.
I am not a big fan of spoilers especially when the book gets spoiled before its released. I look at the solicits when they come out because one I like some of the covers that they show and two it gives me an idea on the future of the book like knowing when a book is being cancelled or the book gets a new team working on the book or when a writer's run on a book is ending or a new story arc is happening. I read interviews with writers and artist so I can have an idea what a writer has planned to do with a book like Dan Slott telling us in an interview that Spider-Man 2099 will appearing in Superior Spider-Man or Scott Snyder telling us what he plans to do with Batman in Death of the Family or Zero Year.
However when Marvel or DC reveal a pretty big spoiler before the comic gets released like Ultimate Cap becoming president or Angel coming to Marvel or revealing the Crime Syndicate are the main antagonists of Forever Evil. When the solicits for Ultimates 15 & 16 first came out they said classified and the day before the book came out, Cap becomes President was revealed. Age of Ultron having an ending no one would see coming. I did not expect Angela from Spawn to come from Image to Marvel. I would have never have guessed that but I knew because Marvel revealed Angela would be in the Marvel universe. The Crime Syndicate of America. Knowing that there in Forever Evil changes things. They could have said, Lex Luthor gathers villains to for a purpose or something crazy happens in the final part of Trinity War. I thought Forever Evil was about a group of villains showing the world that they're evil and there here to stay. I rather have a hint then having the whole thing revealed.
As for the movie trailers revealing to much, I feel like they did that in one of the trailers I saw for Yes Man. Does anyone remember that movie? It has Jim Carrey in it. Its about a guy who says Yes to stuff. One of the trailers showed Jim Carrey's character reveals that he wasn't always a Yes Man or a positive guy before and he's going to start now. From that line, I guess the plot of the movie & I was right on the money. My guess: A guy who down in the dumps and says no decides to start saying Yes to life. After a while things start to have some consequence and decides to stop being a Yes man.
For the most part, I want to be surprised when something comes out. I don't mind a hint but spoiling the whole thing sucks. It's like telling a kid what they got for their birthday before they even open it.
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