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#1 Edited by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

Gerry Duggan is continuing his excellent Deadpool stuff. I'm totally down for that. His run on the character certainly felt like it could have gone on longer. There were so many unanswered questions, what is Ellie's mutant power? What plans did Shiklah have to take over the human race? Will Deadpool ever learn about him killing his parents?....I NEED TO KNOW!!!!!

Also, Jeff Lemire writing Old Man Logan......SOLD!!!!

#2 Edited by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

@ravenvice01 said:

I would be more pumped for the Deadpool and gambit movie if I knew who the villains are and what the plot is

It's been confirmed that the villain for the Deadpool film is Ajax, played by Ed Skrein. It's both a revenge film and an introduction to the new origin story. Basically Deadpool wants revenge on Ajax for screwing him up both mentally and physically. That's the bare bones spoiler free synopsis.

#3 Edited by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

Photoshopped this today...

#4 Posted by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

I really enjoyed this. The flirting didn't bug me that much. Like others have said, it was nice to see a John Constantine comic book that flat out embraces his bi-sexuality. Instead of just dancing around it. The artwork was fantastic, and my only real complaint was that it was a lot to soak in. But that's usually how first issues are. Gotta let all the new readers play catch-up.

Nice to see a John Constantine more closer to the Vertigo one. Let's hope this John stays in his little corner of the DCU and isn't bogged down with constant crossover event tie-ins. That was the main flaw with the previous series. The occasional super-hero guest-star is fine, but that series relied so much on what other writer's were doing in other series that it never felt like it's own thing.

I'm definitely in for the next few issues. Let's see what this creative team can bring up to bat with one of my favorite comic book characters.

#5 Posted by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

My favorite is Headpool even though he isn't listed on here

he's listed there, as Zombie-Deadpool

#6 Edited by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio
@w0nd said:
@comicsrulebutdbzdoes2 said:
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@comicsrulebutdbzdoes2 said:

@zackattack93: @stellar421: thanoscursed dead pool so he can never die

That was years ago, the curse has long since been removed.

When did that happen? Unless specifically stated otherwise, the curse on Deadpool still stands.

yh from last i know it sill stands

people keep saying it was removed but never say when. And then I come across stories where he literally turns into goo and regenerates. Doomwar he teleports and melts, hulk smashed him into a puddle, many other times.

In my experience, the only people who say the curse has been removed are the people who WANT it to be removed. Because if Deadpool is immortal, that suddenly means that he wins every fight to the death. Sure if he's pitted against someone like Thor or Hulk, he's going to lose that fight 99.999999% of the time. But he can just keep coming back and trying over and over like a video game. Dying constantly, till he eventually get's lucky or the person he's fighting just gives up.

Usually people don't want to have to accept that Deadpool that kind of an advantage.

#7 Posted by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

@sgu823 said:
@comicsrulebutdbzdoes2 said:

@zackattack93: @stellar421: thanoscursed dead pool so he can never die

That was years ago, the curse has long since been removed.

When did that happen? Unless specifically stated otherwise, the curse on Deadpool still stands.

#8 Edited by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

As long as Deadpool returns from this so called "death" he's currently in....I'm down for whatever this new universe has to offer.

#9 Posted by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio
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I've been wanting to do a robotic character fandub for awhile now, just to play around in Audacity a bit and have some fun. Play with the Echo function, and alterations of pitch to give a character a more robotic feeling. I was originally thinking of maybe doing a scene from Chappie, but decided it was probably better to do an Ultron fandub. Since there was a lot more promotional clips I could use as footage to create a scene.

I think James Spader did a great job as Ultron and even thought I felt the film should have handled the character a bit more seriously I do strongly believe that James Spader was the perfect man to play Ultron. So I tried to keep as much of his performance as I could. But I also wanted to amp-up the malfunctioning aspect. After all, the first Ultron body was stitched together from a bunch of scrap and broken parts.

Long story short, I edited together a small scene using footage from trailers and promotional clips but with myself as the voice of Ultron. I figured I'd post it on here, and maybe get some of your thoughts on it.

#10 Posted by The Lobster (1705 posts) - - Show Bio

The guy loves a good gag but we'll probably never know if the gag was him having 'immortal' powers or if the gag was him pretending to be just a normal man. What I want to know is what's going on with the burned half of his face? I think I missed something

Scott Snyder said it had something to do with the Bat-cave's security measures trying to stop him. He admits that it wasn't as clear as he thought it would have been.