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#1 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

Johns has consistency.  Bendis can do great things and is still a good writer, but has done a lot of poor too (Secret Invasion was set up SOOOO well, then just kind of failed to me.) John's doesn't disappoint often if ever in my memory.  Going Johns on this.

#2 Edited by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

A preview like you would find in the back of a comic.  Take the best part of your story and put it in there.

EDIT: Before you copyright it you may want to consider the possibility of companies not picking it up because they won't own the copyright on it.  No one of the caliber you're talking about (especially DC or Marvel) will print something they don't own.  What happens if you randomly quit one day?  They suddenly cancel the book?

#3 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

I wonder if anyone has compared the correlation of joke votes in polls to the correlation of Mac Gargan votes.  I bet they match exactly.  Eddie Brock for the win here guys.

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#5 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

You have just been owned by previous examples sir.  And we are thick because we didn't know poor spelling was a joke?  With no inflection and poor spelling all too common on the internet it is the natural assumption to make.

#6 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio
@Babs said:
" @Xypher07 said:
" umm.. fourth wall, not third.  It originates from plays where a set will have 3 walls and the fourth is imaginary facing into the audience.  Hence when you talk to the audience you are breaking that imaginary wall. "
Sorry. I knew it was fourth wall, don't know why I said third. "
Yay my first reply from a staffer. Now I guess I need to correct you guys on stupid stuff that I figured you probably already knew anyway more often. j/k, but anyway wasn't trying to be a dink, just thought I'd  use my theater history for something.  Now if only I can put that French minor to use in Wisconsin.
#7 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

umm.. fourth wall, not third.  It originates from plays where a set will have 3 walls and the fourth is imaginary facing into the audience.  Hence when you talk to the audience you are breaking that imaginary wall.

#8 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

My LCS (which isn't that L by the way, I drive about an hour each week for the nearest one where I have my pull list) didn't get any, so I had to order another copy of the book on e-bay to get one.  Almost $8 this ring cost me.

#9 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

Hulk.  Likely what would happen is flash would have no means to end up killing him. He'd end up running in circles around him for some reason or other and Hulk would clap out a Sonic boom and either get lucky and hit him or by the time it passed the circle he was running in Flash would run into it.  End of Flash.

#10 Posted by Xypher07 (22 posts) - - Show Bio

The way you said it was the way it was pronounced in Batman Begins and the way I've always said it.  That's all the confirmation that I need.

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