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You speak blasphemy! >.< But I've actually read a bunch of Teen Titans comics since we've last communicated. I take it you still haven't read X-Men? >.>

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I only watched the first two episodes. Or maybe it was 3... ? But watching this series is on my to do list.

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@crash_ said:

Back in the day, after my fam decided to subscribe to cable TV, I could finally go on cartoon binge-watching sessions.

While Cartoon Network and Boomerang were fine, I enjoyed regional PPV channels the most since they aired Anime and Lupin III was on constant repeat, I loved it.

I only watched it on Cartoon Network. It was one of the first animes that appeared on their Adult Swim block back in 2001, and one of the few that I watched. I only saw like 20 episodes of it. I'm not sure if many more were even translated to English. But the show was pretty funny and I enjoyed it.

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Oh shit. Someone else actually remembers Lupin III existed.

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I haven't read too much Avengers either. I do plan on finishing Roger Stern's run some day. It was pretty good. Besides the few issues that I read from Stern's 80s run, I've only read the first volume of Uncanny Avengers and a little bit of New Avengers.

I never watched that cartoon. I do remember Wasp being in some Avengers cartoon from the 90s, but it wasn't very good.

Playing the race card must make her uncomfortable since she's racist. :P

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@invain: Uh yeah I think he was a guy who said stuff in it.

Reed stood out to me by cowardly ditching his friends.

Oh, that guy.

That's how he stood out to me, too.

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@invain: The Wasp I am a fan of is the doofy, perky, comic-relief Wasp who is a good foil for Pym and therefore a refreshing change from the standard MCU humourless female love interest. Having a movie with two leads in an equal partnership would have been much more original than Shrinking Iron Man. Not to mention this movie ensures two founding Avengers will never be portrayed as such in the universe, all for this unremarkable, throwaway footnote of a movie.

Ksenia would be a good choice to play her. ;)

I haven't read much with her in it. It's just the few things that I have read didn't portray her in a very likable way. I do remember her being one of the most interesting characters in the little bit that I've read from Roger Stern's Avengers.

Also... Magneto is a terrorist. :P

So was Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. And Hawkeye, maybe... She's just a hypocrite. :P

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Franklin was in that movie? The only character that stood out to me in that movie was Reed.

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In the comics I read with her in them, the Wasp was always a very stubborn character that would talk shit about my favorite characters. This goes all the way back to Marvel Super Hero Secret Wars when she had a problem with Magneto being on the side of the heroes. She had the same problems in Uncanny Avengers, where she would seem to look at the world in black and white, and refused to see the lines of grey. I don't think she's very likable. >.>

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