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#1 Posted by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

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At least we'll get to see Sidious in all his evil glory once again.

Also: Lando!

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#2 Posted by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

Definitely an 8, people using the feats as their main reason for disliking this episode really need to re-evaluate their perspectives.

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#3 Edited by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

Ignoring the very likely possibility that this is clown makeup and not Joker makeup, the actual tone of the footage is great. Phoenix looks incredible even in those few seconds.

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#4 Posted by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

Neither are heroes. Thanos wanted to kill half of all life in the universe, apparently not taking into consideration that in doing so pretty much all individual societies would easily collapse into anarchy and eventual destruction.

Light wanted to rule over a perfect world filled with only those he has determined to be good and hard working. He started by killing criminals, then all those who tried to stop him. You could actually condone those actions as being the Greater Good; however, he was planning to kill all those who don't actively contribute to society once he was accepted as God. At that point Lind L. Tailor incidents would be all over the place, and being lazy would warrant the death penalty.

At the end of the day, Light wanted to create practically a utopia entirely dependent on Kira, but everyone would have to help it or die. Thanos's plan would be utterly catastrophic for everyone.

Therefore, Light is more of a hero but he's nowhere near as righteous as some would believe. He went too far, would murder so many innocents, for that to be the case.

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#5 Posted by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

Rick Flag

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#6 Edited by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio
  • The Lind L. Tailor scene in Death Note stands out.
  • The final shots of Sherlock seasons 1 and 2
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#7 Edited by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

In a fight to the death having a fighter who can't die seems a little unfair.

Unless there is a very viable way for that immortality to be subverted, in which case it is fair (as long as the fighting style of the immortal isn't completely altered).

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#8 Posted by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

Faora

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#9 Posted by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

Perry

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#10 Posted by Redsayn (372 posts) - - Show Bio

Aquaman; comparing characters with such a difference in screen-time is simply unfair.