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#1 Posted by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

@agent41 said:
@mowjack said:
@agent41 said:

@king_stranglehold_da_first: @poisonfleur

storm didn't even win that 1995 crossover for all we know. The votes were never counted. DC and Marvel had a deal. Batman and Superman were not allowed to lose, so WW was thrown under the bus. I think @misterwhisper can give us more details about this if you don't mind.

i don't care whether storm won that crossover or not,but this right here is hypocrisy at its finest .after all you r the same guy who said to me that during that era storm was more popular than ww and that is the only reason she won.

I would have though that x-men show from the 90s could help. I did not know the things that i know now about that crossover. So what hypocrisy are you talking about?.

In the 90's Marvel was almost bankrupt, that is why Fox got the rights to the X-Men and FF.

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#2 Edited by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

@agent41 said:

@king_stranglehold_da_first: storm didn't even win that 1995 crossover for all we know. The votes were never counted. DC and Marvel had a deal. Batman and Superman were not allowed to lose, so WW was thrown under the bus. I think @misterwhisper can give us more details about this if you don't mind.

That is accurate, one of my good friends was a copyboy who made copies of the contracts, the votes were never even counted. They had everything put in the contract about the outcomes of the fights, before things were ever even announced.

1. Batman and Superman could not lose. That was in stone and non-negotiable.

2. Because of 1, Wonder Woman was going to lose and in the end of it all Marvel would get 1 more win than DC did.

The same thing happened during the JLA/AVENGERS crossover.

1. Batman was not allowed to lose, but it could be implied that he might lose vs Cap.

2. Superman got to take out Thor.

3. Superman could lose but it had to be after he fought Thor and it had to be him getting overwhelmed.

4. Captain America got to be overall group leader for the final battle.

Some other fine details that did not matter much.

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#3 Posted by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

If I had to choose one AK-47, reliability matters.

Waffles of pancakes

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#4 Edited by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

@supergoku17:

Actually her sword is not even the real godkiller.

It was all just a fake story to hide the real god killer, her sword in the movie showed exactly zero special properties beyond being very durable and sharp.

People keep trying to give it properties from the comics but it is really just a very tough and pretty sharp sword.

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#5 Posted by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

Hairspray was pretty good Grease 2 sucked.

Satirday Night Fever or Staying Alive

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#6 Posted by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

So your plan for who to play an agile teenager is to cast a 42 year old woman who is only 3 years younger than Batman is supposed to be, and doesn't do action based rolls...

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#7 Posted by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

I would take Spiderman.

Thor is not even of this realm, and has so many of his own issues with his own people to deal with that he just can't ever be a normal person.

Superman is not too far off, he is an alien and has many responsibilities to deal with and the whole world expects him to be Superman 24/7.

Spiderman is well rounded, he is a genius, overall physically enhanced in every category, has a natural danger sense that is useful even as a passive ability in just about all situations, but most importantly he has time to just be a normal person.

I like the overall very well rounded powers on just a normal guy more than overwhelming power on people who are not really ever going to be just a normal guy.

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#8 Edited by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

Sort of Disagree: There should not be a FF movie, they are just not interesting. Just bring them in as side characters in other movies. The only thing good about the FF are their villains.

People in America would rather have something to be offended by and complain about than to actually be content and happy.

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#9 Posted by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

@misterwhisper: this are not comic versions bro!! this is movie version. your making assumptions.

I never said anything about comic versions of anything, also those are not assumptions, it is what is shown right on the screen.

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#10 Posted by deactivated-5a5a76120d2ba (5989 posts) - - Show Bio

It has something to do with Diamond but I'm not too knowledgeable on it.

When I was young, they were available in supermarkets. That's how I got into comics. I really don't understand why they wouldn't sell them there. That's what I used to go do when my mom was shopping and pick some out to get.

Comics were also a lot cheaper then though. I can't imagine taking 3 or 4 to my mother these days at $4 each.

Oh the great blasphemy of having to deal with Diamond... so many comic shops have gone under because they are so crooked it is ridiculous.

One of my best friends owned the only comic shop literally within 75 miles in any direction. His business eventually died because Diamond did not really care what he ordered they just sent what they wanted and billed him for it and if he did not accept the extras they would cancel his account.