Modern Marvel Comics are some of the most depressing comics one can read, in no small part because death is meaningless and only done for publicity.
Dek Rollins said:
Morbid curiosity or someone else put it on?
An obsessive-compulsive drive to rewatch every single movie I have ever seen in my life.
The whole “revived” series looks much more film accurate. The Jedi now wear full robes. Before only had a variant of clone armor, due to technical restrictions. Over time animation quality gradually increased, and it looks like they finally reached accuracy.
A shame, 'cause the “clone armour variant” looks better.
I thought the Jedi Academy books we’re supposed to be good?
If Kevin J. Anderson wrote it, general consensus is it’s bad.
Star Wars didn’t saturate the market and fans only understood the Star Wars brand to represent QUALITY! So every time a new piece of content was released you were excited and it lived up to your expectations.
Suffice to say, I must respectfully disagree.
Since I actually like TCW, I’m not apathetic or antipathic towards this news.
That… is some fucking garbage.
What DC deserves.
They should do a Wesley Crusher series.
Only if they dial the Gary Stu-ness up.
The score ruined Ladyhawke for me. Which is a shame, considering any movie where the good guy wears black and red while the bad guys where white should be a movie I instantly like.
TV’s Frink said:
Haha you watched Little Nicky.
It’s almost as if you believe I didn’t know it was a bad film going into it.
Why that glow around the bodies?
Goodtimes doesn’t have that good of a track record:
They’ve also been defunct since 2005.
Good times indeed.
But you don’t have to go see all of it. I went to see Infinity War mainly because the Guardians of The Galaxy are in it. I would think few comic readers follow every Marvel or DC book. They probably only keep up with their favorites.
You should’ve tried watching Civil War without having seen Age of Ultron or Ant-Man. You would’ve found yourself somewhat lost, like I did.
When I was a small child, I heard noises that I thought were from some tiny creatures hiding in my room.
Turns out I had asthma and it was my own wheezing.
Maybe what you heard were asthma monsters.
Dek Rollins said:
Man the thing I love about Enterprise is that everything Kirk supposedly did first was actually done first by this Archer guy. That’s the best and most original writing to come out of Star Trek in years.
Dammit. If I had known that from the start, I would’ve watched this years ago and made it my #1 priority to rewatch it every year.
Goodbye. Love each other, love yourselves.
I hope you’re not thinking what I think you’re thinking.
I think it’s interesting there is a thread on SW jumping the shark or/and over-saturation in the same reality that has Marvel just releasing its what?..umpteenth flick about superheroes.
Don’t get me started on the MCU.
hate black people, F___ OFF!
TV’s Frink said:
loved the OT but will skip 9
Anakin Starkiller said:
do people hate dex’s diner’s scene because dex himself is a big pile of cgi shit or are there other reasons?
How about Ewan McGregors terrible reshoot beard?
Oh, and the wig.
It’s not even noticeable. General Dodonna’s the only one in SW with a distractingly fake beard.
I assume you meant “General Madine”.
Anyone who thinks that Star Wars has only now in 2018 “jumped the shark” has selective memory loss, and is forgetting the years 1999 and 2002 when Jar Jar Binks and a flippy jumpy Yoda graced out eyeballs, respectively.
I think its jumped multiple sharks.
Nope. The best it ever been was 21 May 1980-24 May 1983.