We have all known this since 1993!
On the Spider-man point, I remember, even at 22 years old, getting goosebumps the first time I saw him in the suit when I saw the movie. Superhero movies are the standard these days thanks to the MCU, but in 2002, I was blown away to see a live action Spider-man on the big screen.
Yes, I think X-Men really brought a massive shift to servicing comic books, and also a more layered approach to its characters compared to earlier blockbusters where things aren’t quite black and white (even if it might not seem that layered to todays standards)
unless there was a silver surfboard seen just prior.
I was JUST trying to do pretty much the same reply (but got errors). Good job!
Ya for sure. He was an insanely talented character actor and he just seemed to show up in “everything”.
Sorry for the commercial, but anyone reading what you just said while nodding their head and saying “hell yeah” — like I just did — will almost certainly dig my 30th-anniversary salute last year. There was nothing quite like its emergence out of nowhere to totally dominate pop culture for half of the year. (The only…
Quick correction: Dark Elves were those that had been exiled for violations of the law or societal norms. An evil act in DL Ansolonian elven cultures (the five with their speaker in paranthesis: Silvinesti (Stars), Qualinesti (Sun), Kagonesti (n/a), Dargonesti (Moon), Dimernesti (Sea)) is against the law. Taladas… Read more
Oh, it was a mid-Nineties comics. Suddenly everything becomes clear.
Don’t be fatuous, Bantaro.
Sure, skulls often have negative connotation...but not always. Best example is the Dia de los Muertos, which uses skulss as a symbol not of death, but of life: rebirth, life after death, the dead continuing to live through you, helping you from behind the veil, etc. It’s a happy, festive symbol. This is what I think… Read more