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1/22/20
11:42 AM
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I am going on a limb and say that the shield worn by U.S. Agent is one of the following: Read more

1/21/20
1:59 PM
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EDIT: Just checked and in the books there’s apparently one former female victor from district 12, but no details on which Hunger Games was this at, so who knows.  There’s exactly ONE chance Snow coaches a victor, and like 50 to 60 chances he doesn’t. Read more

1/20/20
12:05 PM
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I live in Costa Rica, where it usually happens the other way around. US-exclusive releases are waved on our face with almost gleeful malice, and because Netflix is pretty much the only game in town (Amazon is here but has the poorest selection ever in the region), there’s tons of great stuff we don’t get to stream. So Read more

1/18/20
1:01 PM
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Ok. Project UFO needs to either be cheap, or come with two or three price tiers: Read more

1/18/20
12:56 PM
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On the video, they do have it on a dock, connected to a TV so there you go.

1/13/20
10:44 AM
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I once asked my teacher why did intelligent people do stupid things. She said an intelligent person can build a nuclear bomb, yet be dumb enough to launch it. It is wisdom and common sense that keep the idiocy at bay, not the intelligence.

1/13/20
10:01 AM
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You know what sucks?  A movie trailer about a werewolf where they never show the damn werewolf.  The trope of getting attacked by the mystery creature in the shadows is really tiresome to me.  SHOW ME THE GODDAMN FURRY!

1/13/20
8:57 AM
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So there’s a market for scrapped cybertronian bodies?

1/7/20
1:59 PM
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As a carelessly overweight person who didn’t care about labels until heart disease reared its ugly head, let me tell you that carelessly overweight people don’t care about labels unless heart disease rears its ugly head.

1/7/20
10:38 AM
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I didn’t mean to come across as transphobic with Superman either. I assure you I have no issue with trans people, and maybe I should choose my examples better.  To explain: the other guy was basically saying that because Wolfsbane was not a popular character, they could change her sexual orientation without Read more

1/6/20
11:29 AM
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I’ve liked Wolfsbane for years, but between work and time I don’t read as many comics as I used to, plus she apparently got killed in an arc I haven’t read. Hence I don’t know her current status. For you to get where I come from with this, the Wolfsbane I knew was ethero, and still so held back by her catholicism that Read more

1/4/20
4:48 PM
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I’d watch that too.  If well-written.

1/4/20
4:47 PM
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Actually, you are right about one thing. I chose Superman for a comparison of impacts (and plain sarcasm). Wolfsbane is an obscure character so I bet a sizable chunk of the people who’ll watch the movie won’t care about her sexual orientation, and after the movie she might remain an afterthought (unless “Aria Stark” Read more

1/4/20
4:34 PM
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Logic says Idiocracy happens first.  Wally’s end credits show a thriving, ecologically minded society, and it makes sense that we screw the planet under idiocrats before having to bail.

1/3/20
11:42 AM
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So I take it you’d be cool if all of a sudden, Superman was set on a movie as the black transgender girlfriend of Jimmy Olsen with no further explanation? And even if you were cool with that, would the rest of the world be? It would take a master writer and storyteller to pull that off in an interesting way.  The Fox Read more

1/3/20
10:10 AM
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Batwoman (Kate Kane) is lesbian, and I would be upset if someone suddenly wrote her as any other sexual orientation for a movie or TV show, because that’s simply not who she is. Read more

12/31/19
7:00 AM
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In wanting to protect our kids, we sometimes overreach and over-outrage about a show’s content, and because of that, in wanting to provide content that is not subject to criticism, companies have played it too safe in the last decade or two. So it is refreshing to hear about a show that wants to throw the “safe play” Read more

12/27/19
8:07 AM
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Just like a theater play, a movie script will always fall short of conveying the whole picture.  It is meant to be given life by the actors, the directors, the crew...