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    They were immersed in typical Burton weirdness...

    They were immersed in typical Burton weirdness (which Gotham emulated), but they weren't funny films. Unlike Adam West, Keaton and Kilmer played it seriously. Clooney tried to straddle the line, but...
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    The show was great comedy (even nominated for an...

    The show was great comedy (even nominated for an Emmy as such), but let's not pretend it was really Batman in the comics (except for a time during the show's run).
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    I haven't forgotten anything. Of the four films,...

    I haven't forgotten anything. Of the four films, there is only one that completely soaked in the old television show vibe. The other three are just not on the same level (even Batman Forever), IMO....
  4. While I understand people who want multiple...

    While I understand people who want multiple Darkseids, I don't understand why it's dumb not to have them. Seems pretty logical to only have one in this context.
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    The Batman '66 campiness of B & R killed its...

    The Batman '66 campiness of B & R killed its chances at the box office more than anything else, IMO.
  6. My first comic was 15 cents, so I can definitely...

    My first comic was 15 cents, so I can definitely empathize.
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    On the Kindle front, it's the short story The...

    On the Kindle front, it's the short story The Demon Spell (1894) by Hume Nisbet and then The Saint and Mr. Teal (1933) - the latter being the ninth Simon Templar novel by Leslie Charteris.
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  8. Poll: Quite a few good choices here, but I selected the...

    Quite a few good choices here, but I selected the relatively underappreciated Skyrocket.
  9. It's more like "I'm a minority, too" than "some...

    It's more like "I'm a minority, too" than "some of my best friends are black," IMO.
  10. Poll: YZ for me.

    YZ for me.
  11. Oh, creatively, there's always a way to explain...

    Oh, creatively, there's always a way to explain it. I would have zero problem with it myself. I'm just tired of Ray E. Coyote going to his next Acme project after the last one didn't work, that's all.
  12. So Kal-El wouldn't have been related to his black...

    So Kal-El wouldn't have been related to his black grandfather by blood? I'm pretty sure that would have been spun negatively by Fisher and others, too.
  13. Poll: I'll go with XS, too.

    I'll go with XS, too.
  14. Fisher won't stop until he gets to play Cyborg...

    Fisher won't stop until he gets to play Cyborg again regardless of who is in charge. The Dalai Lama could replace Hamada tomorrow and Ray would be tweeting crap about him instead. :)
  15. As someone who directs for a living, I'm glad you...

    As someone who directs for a living, I'm glad you agree with me. :)
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    As a huge SG-1 fan, I can't believe I missed...

    As a huge SG-1 fan, I can't believe I missed that. Good spotting!
  17. That's not what I referenced at all. What you...

    That's not what I referenced at all. What you posted is not the same thing as telling an actor he or she stinks. Giving an actor direction (which good actors get, BTW) is more than fine, but...
  18. Yeah, anybody betting money on that happening is...

    Yeah, anybody betting money on that happening is going to lose big.
  19. Except he didn't confirm anything, so it's still...

    Except he didn't confirm anything, so it's still he said-he said.
  20. Any director who would give an actor a hard time...

    Any director who would give an actor a hard time over their acting abilities (not that I find Gal a bad actress, FWIW) shouldn't be directing. How would that in any way be productive? The bad actor...
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    Did anybody expect SG-1 to pop out of the Phantom...

    Did anybody expect SG-1 to pop out of the Phantom Zone at some point?

    ;)
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    New Kindle reads: the short story The Vampire...

    New Kindle reads: the short story The Vampire (1871) by Jan Neruda and the novel Give the Boys a Great Big Hand (1960) - the latter being the eleventh 87th Precinct book by Ed McBain.
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    The only Bronte I have read is by the forgotten...

    The only Bronte I have read is by the forgotten sister Anne: Agnes Grey.
  24. I totally agree. Their work shouldn't be a factor...

    I totally agree. Their work shouldn't be a factor in regard to how you feel about their guilt.
  25. My feeling with all of these "he/she should be...

    My feeling with all of these "he/she should be fired/jailed/executed" threads is: would you feel the same way if you liked that person's work instead of disliking it? The same could be said from the...
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