User Lists: 6
Has me intrigued. Nice.
@truessj: Hmmm....hadn't thought that but I think you may possibly be onto something. Possible!
@truessj: I was wondering the same thing. Agreed with your assessment of the show and is why I and a number of people I know watch the show. It is the one I do my best never to miss.
The twist of Malick's character being revealed and more importantly, the death of his daughter, really threw me. Having seen his fate being "torn from the inside out", nicely done. Wow.
Secret Warriors Initiative. Very curious to see what happens next!
The Punk Rock X-Men...Oy! Oy! Oy! Nice twist. Wotta tweest!
Owl Man, love seeing that one. Nice job.
Hawkgirl, nicely done, same goes for the Bombshell version.
Flash's Rogue's Gallery made me smile and yeah, dang, that Captain Cold just jumped off the comic book.
Maleficent is marvelous.
Love seeing A.I.M. getting some Cosplay love again.
Plenty of great costumes, some I am not familiar with but still impressive all around.
Thanks for taking the pictures and for sharing. I always get a kick out of these every time.
Female character seems forced. Hate it when characters literally say what they're about instead of just being who they're supposed to be, doesn't help having supporting characters smirk alongside them as well. Ugh.
However, Forest Whitaker looks awesome and I like the visuals and effects shown. Even though doubtful I will see it. Guess all the die hard Star Wars fans will get their knickers in a bunch for it.
@nightfang3: Seriously. It is just a comic book which was supposed to be aimed at a new audience yet politics are involved? Again, I admit, maybe it is just satire on their part, and yes, it is a bad thing, regardless of any stance, just be humorous! I don't want to get into politics I am stating it is rather odd to even throw it in.
Just to add no need for any more comments; I am just going to assume it was an attempt at satire and humor by the writer and publisher.
@NukeA6: You make a point. This could have been interesting but I simply fail to understand why they felt it "necessary" to even use that as a by-line for the comic. I don't get it myself. Maybe it is satire or I just fail miserably to grasp it on all levels.
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