I must be one grumpy old b****** because i thought the humour in this was far too much. There was some genuinely funny moments but for me Marvel movies are going overboard with the jokes.
It was still a very good film but what impact does the emotional scenes have when two seconds later Thor or another character is making a joke? I think if the jokes had been used more sparingly they have more impact.
Still i enjoyed it, I'd give it a 3.5/5 or 7/10 whatever tickles your pickle but with a little restrain on the jokes it could have been an 9/10.
Just my opinion. I know others love Marvel's humour.
I had posted earlier in this thread asking about when the softcover of volume one would be released (No reply, thanks for that lol) but i got sick waiting as i see it's not due till January so i decided to jump on the series and bought all 13 issues.
I am hoping to contribute to this thread in the near future once i have read the issues. I think i will enjoy this series from what i have read in this thread as i am more into the psychology between Hulk and Banner than the smashing and feats, Don't get me wrong i love a bit of smashing but for me it isn't the be all and end all.
Anyone who doesn't like Superman is because he hasn't really given him a real try and that comes from a former great hater
I used to dislike him but in the lead up to Man of Steel i decided to read a lot of Superman books. Now, Some of the best stories i have read have been Superman books and it has made the character one of my favourites.
On the flip side the more i read of Spider-Man the more he pissed me off. His woe is me, the whole world is against me Parker luck crap gets tiring very quickly. I don't hate him i just don't really want to read about him.
The character i hate the most though would probably be this douche