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#1 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

Tom Taylor.

So is he "type-casted" or is it just me? Every book he has written is about heroes with controversial decisions.

I see where you're coming from.

#2 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

My favorite fights with Deathstroke-- and most characters-- are when he's going against teams. The Identity Crisis fight is my favorite for sure, with the Teen Titans fight coming up second.

#3 Edited by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

Ah, yes, Marvel, we see your political stance and we also see you thrusting it our faces.

Sort of annoying. 60+ years with these characters and a bunch of em change drastically immediately

Also, can Marvel just keep a title going? I'm so tired of "All New" being put on the cover of the same book they've been putting out for years.

Marvel has really lost it's footing with me.

#4 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

You know what would be pretty cool? If they called him American Eagle or something to mesh his new look with his old identity. I feel like Cap will always be Steve Rogers to me and a majority of the comic reading community

#5 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

Hate to say this, but I don't really see this catching much traction. Marvels changing too much, gonna push people away who don't want to completely start over with new characters and identities

#6 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

Dang, I got chills. That looks amazing

#7 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

So Marvel changed Spider-Man (but changed him back), is changing Captain America, is killing Wolverine, and is making a female Thor. Really starting to seem like they've run out of ideas or that they're trying too hard to be "fresh". Marvel has really lost me as a reader as of late.

#8 Edited by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

Both covers are great. Really excited for Scalera on Batman! I'm a huge fan of his

#9 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

Placing my vote with Winter Soldier. That movie just had it all, man. Action, great plot and character development, terrific acting. The Avengers was the big conclusion to what Marvel had been building up to at that point, so that movie brings with it that sort of satisfaction, and while I completely loved it, I felt like there was more that could be done in terms of character work. I guess at that point the characters had been established enough in previous films, and the focus was on the team rather than any individual. That's how that movie should be, so I'm not complaining. Winter Soldier, however, dives deep these characters and makes them tangible and real. The movie had this incredible depth to it that you didn't quite find in Avengers. It's rare that a movie comes along where you end up rooting for the villain at the end, and Winter Soldier was one of 'em. That's the kind of depth I'm talkin' about, folks. Real great stuff.

While Avengers was a fun movie, Winter Soldier was a great film.

#10 Posted by The Average Bear (2069 posts) - - Show Bio

Really cool video/ fight but I don't agree with the result.

And the screwdrivers-- I feel like a bat-family member would use those as projectiles rather than go up close with them