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Old 05-22-2008, 10:22 PM   #766
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Hate to leave a Marvel/DC chat, but I've gotta go. I leave you with a picture of me dressed as Daniel Plainview for a school project:



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Not even Prof X, Magneto, Wolverine, or Nightcrawler?

As shitty as the Fantastic Four movies are, I've always been a huge fan of The Human Torch, Thing, Dr. Doom, and motherfucking Galactus... he's like Unicron... only... not.
They're cool, but for some reason I never really got into them. And for the F4, yeah, Torch and Namor for me. Doom's pretty cool too.

And I agree with you on the Civil War storyline, but I've yet to read it. DC's Crises storylines are pretty awesome too though.
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I'm watching Blade Runner and my favorite part is coming up.
Batty's spine-tingling speech?
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See, I reckon Marvel's great overall, but all of my favourites come from DC: Batman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, the Question, Flash... Even villains like Deathstroke.

I liked Spiderman up till the movies. And with X-Men, it was always Gambit or nobody.
Gambit is my favorite X-Man too. I would love to write more his relationship with Rogue. I hear he is going to be in the new Wolverine movie.
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Yep.
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Gambit is my favorite X-Man too. I would love to write more his relationship with Rogue. I hear he is going to be in the new Wolverine movie.
Excellent!
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Hey, Screwtape, I feel bad about this, as I'd normally be quite interested in reading your work, but comics just are not my thing at all.

Let me know when you have a thesis that needs to be proofread.
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They're cool, but for some reason I never really got into them. And for the F4, yeah, Torch and Namor for me. Doom's pretty cool too.

And I agree with you on the Civil War storyline, but I've yet to read it. DC's Crises storylines are pretty awesome too though.
I've yet to read Civil War but I have to say my favorite comics storyline ever was Onslaught. That was where the darkness in Professor Xavier and Magneto created a new villain that unleashed Sentinels all over New York. Found a torrent of the whole thing and re-read it recently.
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I've yet to read Civil War but I have to say my favorite comics storyline ever was Onslaught. That was where the darkness in Professor Xavier and Magneto created a new villain that unleashed Sentinels all over New York. Found a torrent of the whole thing and re-read it recently.
Sounds good, I'll have to look it up now. /compulsive comic reader
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Hate to leave a Marvel/DC chat, but I've gotta go. I leave you with a picture of me dressed as Daniel Plainview for a school project:



Good night, all.
I like how you're sorta standing next to Mel Gibson



Hey, does anyone know of a program to rip copyrighted DVDs?
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Hey, Screwtape, I feel bad about this, as I'd normally be quite interested in reading your work, but comics just are not my thing at all.

Let me know when you have a thesis that needs to be proofread.
It is more than the normal comic. It is about life, ideaology and responsibility. It is about a revolution. I think you'd actually like it.
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Oookay, so the ad at the top of the page has changed from an auction of some Edge-related stuff for charity to some golf package to "Play Las Vegas' Best Courses".
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It is more than the normal comic. It is about life, ideaology and responsibility. It is about a revolution. I think you'd actually like it.
Screwy, have you ever read any of "the Question" comics? I think you'd like them.
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It is more than the normal comic. It is about life, ideaology and responsibility. It is about a revolution. I think you'd actually like it.
I'm just not into the comic format in the first place. It's like ... how some of you here are all "why use death growls when you could sing cleanly?"
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No. What are they about?
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