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#1 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

My only real complaint with this arc was them killing off Nobody...such a great, new Bat-villain. :( But overall it was an epic story and really defines the relationship between Bruce and Damian as not only partners, but more so as father and son.

#2 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

I liked it as an ending for a season but for for the series? Man... I feel like so many questions weren't answered!

And I bet Warkiller is upset with never knowing about Sokka and Suki :P

We'll never know... we'll never know... T__T

But seriously, the series final was fine for me all the way up until the end. My biggest issue is that, due to the controversy that it's caused now, has taken away from the seriousness of the ending as it's now become more about Korra and Asami rather than about Korra's journey as the Avatar.

Hopefully we'll get some comics that follow Korra and the gang following Book 4 similar to how they currently have comics following Aang and Team Avatar after Book 3. I would be a nice way to answer some of the questions hard-core fans have been wanting the answers to since Book 1.

#3 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

@jnr6lil said:

@war_killer said:

I personally could have done without that ending simply due to the conservatory it's now causing across the web. Whether the creators intended for that to happen I can't say, but I now find the whole ending slightly ruined simply because it will always be about that one scene and not about Korra's journey and her growth into the Avatar she always wanted to be, which is how it should have ended.

Honestly, when Tenzin walked up I thought they were going to end it with him and Korra looking off at the Spirit Portal, parallel to how ATLA ended with Aang and Katara staring off into the sun set., which would have been perfect But instead we get an implied "they're more than friends" relationship that, in my opinion, ruined the ending for me because it felt very unnecessary.

This. Even a Team Avatar ending would be more appropriate. The reason Aang & Katara ended ATLA is because it showed Aang completing his true goal: which was winning the heart of Katara. Katara also had more of a connection to Aang than Asami to Korra, as she was there with most of the major moments in his life.

Hell Korra sitting down than having a 2-5 minute flashbacks of her events during the 3 seasons would be much better than this ending.

Great finale. Was it as good as ATLA finale? Hard to say, as they both functioned differently.

Really I would had much rather liked the idea someone suggested earlier with Korra regaining her connection to her past lives and Aang congratulating her on becoming the Avatar she always wanted to be. It would have been fitting and give closure to Korra's story, but we instead got the whole "will they, won't they?" ending with her and Asami which just undermined the ending simply because it took away from the happy ending due to the conservatory it's now causing.

When ATLA ended, we got closure on everyone's story. We saw Team Avatar enjoying their victory, everyone with who they were suppose to be with and we finally see Aang and Katara find happiness in each other. It was the perfect ending to an amazing series. And while LoK has been a great series on its own, the ending just didn't hold up to that ending.

#4 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

I personally could have done without that ending simply due to the conservatory it's now causing across the web. Whether the creators intended for that to happen I can't say, but I now find the whole ending slightly ruined simply because it will always be about that one scene and not about Korra's journey and her growth into the Avatar she always wanted to be, which is how it should have ended.

Honestly, when Tenzin walked up I thought they were going to end it with him and Korra looking off at the Spirit Portal, parallel to how ATLA ended with Aang and Katara staring off into the sun set., which would have been perfect But instead we get an implied "they're more than friends" relationship that, in my opinion, ruined the ending for me because it felt very unnecessary.

#5 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow, I was wondering if Marvel would ever try to bring back that old armor suit Cap once wore. I actually have a bunch of old issues where he had to wear that armor and seeing it here, with Steve in his current condition, is fitting.

#6 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

Pretty sure at the end of the day Marvel has the final say on whether their franchises crossover with one another, not the directors. So if Marvel wants GotG in Avengers: Infinity War, I really don't think you have to worry too much on what Gunn says. Worst thing that happens is he leaves Marvel, and while that would be disappointing, it's not the end of the world.

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#8 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

I honestly quite like this change and hope it ultimately is revealed they are Inhumans. Recently I've began to grow interest in the Inhumans (a group I've honestly never cared for in the past) and would like to see further explored and expanded upon.

With Marvel seeming to push the Inhumans in their movieverse due to the inability to use Mutants, I think this is a great opportunity to create interest in the Inhumans and having Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch take the forefront of this interest, I feel, would be a great idea.

Overall, this has not only caused me to began having interests in Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, but in the Inhumans as well. Hopefully this will be the same with other comic fans, both old and new, and is most likely what Marvel is hoping for.

#9 Posted by War Killer (20291 posts) - - Show Bio

While AoS had a bumpy start, the first season ended things on a high-note and season two has only kept that momentum going. The Flash on the other hand started off great and really hasn't missed a beat yet.

Overall, if I had to choose between the two, I would pick Flash as it has been both fun and series, capturing exactly how a superhero show should feel like.

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