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Same powers as Superman? Clearly, he's playing Bizarro :P
Love this.
Regarding Steve Moore, too bad, so not sad. You sign a contract, you make sure you have a copy of what you signed. He said he "dug out" a contract, meaning he had a copy but didn't pay any attention to it. Like Alan Moore and many others, Steve didn't pay attention to what he signed, allegedly received a different contract than what he signed, and didn't immediately notice it until it was virtually unprovable. He had no one to blame but himself.
"Iconic" literary character? Standards are very low nowadays...
As long as the quality remains high, I don't care when the films take place.
ejk1 wrote a comment about the news item An X-Men Vs. Justice League Movie Could Happen Soon

Bullsh*t. Neither side wants this. Does anyone really think DC or Marvel will risk its respective characters to look inferior to its opposite? Lawsuits and injunctions will arrive faster that Quicksilver or Flash could ever hope of being.
@shuabert But it's not even new. Loki was in female form just a few years ago. This is Marvel basically raising the white flag on creativity with the female characters they AREN'T spotlighting.
I guess it's nice to give others a chance, but the saying, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," was made for situations like this one. Regardless, good luck, newbies...
Eva Green. Little clothing. That's a winning combination...
@TheNarrator I am glad to see you my friend, but I must correct one thing. For the past two years or so, Carol Danvers has been Captain Marvel. Miss Marvel is now a Muslim girl. Both books are getting positive reviews, which just begs the question, "why go through with this Thor nonsense?"
I can't help but think that they're just saying things just to piss people off...
This is so lame. When you combine this with the fact that Marvel featured Sif in Journey Into Mystery in 2013, and could not get anyone to buy, just shows that they cannot, or are not attempting to branch out. Instead of trying to cultivate a new character or build up a preexisting female lead, they are going to risk losing big money on one of their top sellers. Marvel is clearly hoping the sales here are similar to the last big stunt character change, Superior Spider-Man. Will this be as successful as SSM? More so? Less so? I guess we'll find out starting in October, but I have a feeling by October of 2015, the status quo will change once more...
@Agent-Cooper I'm not questioning your comment, dumbass, so I don't have to pay attention to whatever lousy point you're trying to make. However, since it's my quote that you're taking issue with, you should, and still haven't, tried to address my full quote. But nice try at deflecting from the fact that you 1) didn't address the Sinister Six aspect of my comment, most likely because 2) you have no intelligent answer to that part of my comment. Thanks for being somewhat amusing...
@writer220 "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes looks and is geared toward intelligent people."

Winning statement, that is...
Mr. Parker alive? Wow, that would have been a trainwreck of Battlefield Earth proportions.
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Kind of think a Black Widow film would come before a Sif film, considering how much more involved that character is, and that Scarlett is a bigger star than Jaime. But I guess we'll see. Well, I won't. There's nothing that could make me watch the view.
@Agent-Cooper Actually, if you want, I can try to be really condescending in one or two words, lol.

I don't care about whatever your point you're trying to make. I made my comment because I saw something off with the series. And for the record, if you bothered to read the quote in full, it's not just that Gwen's death occurred in the second film, it's that they didn't use Miles Warren, who would have been a welcome addition. I've also noticed you only focused on the one aspect of my comment. No mention of my comments about the Sinister Six? Yeah, see, when everything is used, the context of my quote is legit; I feel that the producers are rushing through the series without thinking everything through. They either have missed great opportunities (Miles, aka The Jackal, and his obsession with Gwen), or they throw completely rushed ideas out there (Sinister Six before six villains are actually used? A Venom film before Spider-Man wears the black costume?). But yeah, continue focusing on the one aspect of my comment instead of the overall point. It amuses me greatly...
@Agent-Cooper Settle down, child. I only talked about how I thought it was ridiculous to have a Sinister Six film when they have yet to use six villains, and as far as the Gwen situation, my commented was on the series in general. I don't have to see the second film to talk about the future of the series or that they should have held off of killing Gwen.
@therealGoku Yeah, but I assume he had a fight with Spider-Man, which will be used as a reason for a grudge. Either way, though, it seems empty to me. I know Gwen died, and I know she shouldn't have (it should have been in the third film; they didn't even use Miles Warren, who would have been interesting, to say the least. Now there is no real point, as his obsession is gone).
I didn't see ASM2 because it didn't really look interesting. As far as I know, there have only been four villains used (Lizard, Goblin, Rhino, Electro), so why would they even consider a Sinister Six film at this time? Sony has not done this series any justice with these first two films. Can't wait for the reboot in ten years. Maybe with an age appropriate cast that can grow into the roles.