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#1 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

Definitely Spidey. Stronger, faster, smarter. Just all around better.

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#2 Edited by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

Extremely disappointing.

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#3 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

Against film stormtroopers red shirts stand a chance.

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#5 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm a few issues behind. How were they introduced?

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#6 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

Sounds like it's going to be the first good Spider-Man movie since 2004

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#7 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

Improviser. You never know when some crazy coincidence happens and your entire plan goes south. And with an improviser, you don't even need to make plans to begin with.

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#8 Edited by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

I know you asked for a top 5, but I'm doing a top 10 because I just can't narrow it done to 5. So 10-4 are all interchangeable.

10. Meetra Surik and Co vs Darth Nihilis in Knights of the Old Republic 2

9. Anakin Skywalker vs Asajj Ventress in 2D Clone Wars

8. Obi-Wan Kenobi vs A'sharad Hett

7. Revan vs Darth Malak in Knights of the Old Republic

6. General Grevious vs Jedi in 2D Clone Wars

5. Zayne Carrick vs Lucien Draay in Knights of the Old Republic (comic)

4. Cade Skywalker vs Darth Krayt in Legacy

3. Darth Vader vs 8 Jedi in Purge

2. Luke Skywalker and Co vs Abeloth in Fate of the Jedi

1. Luke Skywalker vs Darth Sideous in Dark Empire

Oh, and I suggest you make callouts, otherwise this thread will probably only have a few more posts then be forgotten and never remembered.

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#9 Edited by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

Well, the main reason Marvel is so popular now is the MCU. Only about 10% of their revenue is actually from their comics. Which is bad for a comic company. So how can they get people to buy their comics/ watch their shows/ play their games? Throw something that looks like it's from their most popular creation on it. Like how everything Star Wars has Darth Vader apart of it. When something's so popular, a company's going to have to use it.

And their lack of Fantastic Four and X-Men recently is partly justified as well. They aren't in the MCU. If they become popular through comics or shows or games, and then a movie about them comes out, Marvel Studios isn't going to get that money. To Disney, using them in comic events and video games is no different from PlayStation advertising an XBox exclusive. Just advertising someone else's product.

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#10 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

I suggest you read Flashpoint first if you haven't already. Then read the Titans Hunt mini series from the New 52, since it establishes a few concepts that become important later on. You could also read the last few issues of the New 52 Superman series. After that read the Rebirth one-shot. The only important crossover I know of is The Button, a four issue crossover in The Flash and Batman. You could also read the Lazarus Contract, a crossover between Titans, Teen Titans, and Deathstroke, but I'm not sure how important it is. From there it depends what books you want to read. Most of them have been pretty good. The majority of them all had an issue 0 that set up the first story arc. All of them have the first few story arcs collected in graphic novels. I suggest reading The Flash and Titans, since they seem to be the ones that focus on the main Rebirth story arc. Oh, and you might want to read Watchmen.