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<p> My favorite might be partyman</p>

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Whoa, that's like 4 times longer than my review, good job man!

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Not at all, the wordiness just goes to show how well done the writing is, and it shows what a complex and interesting character Martian Manhunter really is.

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@dd208: Yeah, I really like Stegman, I met him at Grand Rapids Comicon

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Thanks for reviewing this, I find it strange that most of the older issues of comics are less reviewed, and that's lame, like, I was the only person who reviewed Spawn #5, and that's one of the most iconic issues. I am really looking forward to buying and reading this miniseries, I think Man-Thing should be dark, so it's good that MAX is doing it.

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@rogueshadow: I don't think ratings matter, there are movies that are R that are awesome and there are movies that are R that suck, and the same with PG-13 movies, as long as the script is good it doesn't matter. Just like Tony said about the Wolverine movie, they don't need an R-rated Wolverine, they need a movie with a good script, and Deadpool wasn't good because it had sex and profanity in it, it was good because Deadpool is raunchily funny and that's his thing. I also don't think gore makes movies any better, if Wolverine got more gory it wouldn't help or affect the plot or make the movie more interesting.

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@MadeinBangladesh: what about Straight Outta Compton, or the writer for Creed or the main character in Creed,

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