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#1 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

@batwatch: I am not saying that it is alright to kill them or my child because he/they're at the beginnings of their lives. It would be a hard choice and something that would be hanging on my consciousness but it is something I am ready to do. Of course that they should speak for themselves and say if they want to live or just die but what about one day when me and my son/daughter are on the playground and some normal kid does something that my child cannot and he asks me "Dad, why can't I do that?". What should I answer him in that moment, maybe say something like this "Oh, you can't do that because you have Down Syndrome and that illness is not letting you." If a child hears those words I think his heart would be broken in that moment because he would learn that he has more limits than the normal human beings around him.

#2 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

Good list but where are Whatever happened to the Caped Crusader by Gaiman and Batman: Venom?

#3 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

@batwatch: It is a hard choice to "kill" the child or not because that is a life that is just starting it's existense. I don't mind having a harder life taking care of my son/daughter with Down Syndrome, I just don't want my child to struggle with some simple things when it sees all the normal kids every day doing that stuff with no struggle. I just don't want his life to be that hard, I will love his as if he is normal and I wouldn't mind taking care of him but I can't live with the thought that there may be things that he will never be able to do or to accomplish because of his decease.

#4 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

This seems to be a very promising last issue of the good old Thor we know. That is indeed a great all-star team of artists that will be drawing THor which means more goodies for us since we can only simply enjoy what we are seeing. I really want to see how things will turn out and what Aaron has in mind with the female Thor coming around.

#5 Edited by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

Chrome.

#6 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

I can't see the problem. I think the same way and if I found out that one day my future kid would be with a Down Syndrome I wouldn't be able to live with it and I will ask my wife is she wants to abort. It is hard for me to watch kids on the street with a Down Syndrome, it would be a lot harder for me to watch my own kid that way. It just hurts my heart that they cannot be normal like us and I wouldn't want my child to be mocked one day or just not to have the opputunity to be like the other normal kids.

#7 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

@tdk_1997 said:

@deathpoolthet1000 said:

@tdk_1997 said:

What's the big deal? People don't seem to understand that different artists have different styles and that is Manara's style. If they don't like it and are not a fan of what he drew then don't buy it.

It\s that simple!

Its political correctness.

Political correctness or not, Marvel hired the guy completely well knowing what his style was and they still gave him the job to do a variant cover for Spider-Woman and later acted completely innocent when everyone started whining.

It's weird that people started whining about this one. He has worked with Marvel before and done a lot more sexual stuff.

Yeah, there have been some way more sexual covers from Manara before which didn't seem to get that much of negative responses.

#8 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

Young Justice for me. The show succeeded in holding my interest for two seasons and I wanted more but they cancelled it. There was some top notch animation, amazing plot throughout the whole two seasons and some amazing characters appearing every episode. I liked the interpretation of every single character that appeared in the show and it managed to be a pretty twisty show without all of the nonsense every twist brings with itself in other shows.

#9 Posted by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

@tdk_1997 said:

What's the big deal? People don't seem to understand that different artists have different styles and that is Manara's style. If they don't like it and are not a fan of what he drew then don't buy it.

It\s that simple!

Its political correctness.

Political correctness or not, Marvel hired the guy completely well knowing what his style was and they still gave him the job to do a variant cover for Spider-Woman and later acted completely innocent when everyone started whining.

#10 Edited by TDK_1997 (14698 posts) - - Show Bio

What's the big deal? People don't seem to understand that different artists have different styles and that is Manara's style. If they don't like it and are not a fan of what he drew then don't buy it.

It\s that simple!