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#2 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

@2cool4fun: He won because all fights are not about who is on the ground. He beat him by proving the point to everyone that he has risen above Government control and destroyed it. Bruce knows Superman wont really hurt him because thats his flaw and that is what Bruce has exploited.

#3 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

What I find annoying is how everyone seems to gloss over the fact that Deadpool was meant to become like the original character in the near future. In a post credit scene, Deadpool regains his ability to speak and breaks the 4rth wall with the audience. His origin has always changed, all this is showing is how he turned into Deadpool. After the first decapitation he could have lost some of his powers that was not needed. I feel like people want things spoonfed to them at times, and don't want to embrace an alternate version or see the potential in things, especially with these films.

#4 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

There is hardly any Batman content. Geoff Johns is a monster.

#6 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

You have to click on the actual comic to find out all the info. This is a gruelling process especially when you are just browsing or want to see if your favorite character is in another comic quickly. There is a large amount of white space for it too. Please re-add this feature!

#7 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, very lack luster and anti-climatic episode, especially after so much build up... season 4 should rectify this. I have a feeling that they want to do a lot more with the Governor than just have him die. Now everyone knows where everyone stands.

#8 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Governor still needs to cut off Rick's hand.

#9 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

@Fantasgasmic: The point of Hush is that he wanted Bruce's face....

#10 Posted by TheNameIsWayne (47 posts) - - Show Bio

@BiteMe-Fanboy: Last week's episode was note worthy. This is more about acting and character development than just mindless zombie killing...