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  1. If you're getting into the absolute semantics of...

    If you're getting into the absolute semantics of it, yeah, but the point still stands. Pretty much everyone disbelieves in almost all deities.
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    Thanos managed to reach into the DC Universe?

    Thanos managed to reach into the DC Universe?
  3. I'm confused that people seem to be saying this...

    I'm confused that people seem to be saying this is something the film got wrong, when that is exactly how it was in the film.
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    I forget how much it's the parliament and how...

    I forget how much it's the parliament and how much it's the green, but yeah - all of the Plant Elementals are effectively created on purpose. I think they work in the same way the Grim Reaper works...
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    They were pretty good. The only real problem was...

    They were pretty good. The only real problem was that some of the issues had all of the art done (and done well) by Charlie Adlard, except for Mulder and Scully's faces which were drawn by a...
  6. They weren't in the film I saw. Did you watch it...

    They weren't in the film I saw. Did you watch it to the end?
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    I'm pretty sure that's left fairly ambiguous. I...

    I'm pretty sure that's left fairly ambiguous. I suspect it made it easier.



    IMO, that issue is about the weakest issue in Moore's run and falls way short of being any kind of definitive...
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    Big catch-up: Prez v1: Corndog-in-Chief 4/5 -...

    Big catch-up:

    Prez v1: Corndog-in-Chief 4/5 - I really enjoyed this. Really fast paced and jam packed full of well observed jokes.

    Zenith Phase Four 4/5 - Steve Yeowell is a great artist, but...
  9. Ellis is quite variable, so I wouldn't write him...

    Ellis is quite variable, so I wouldn't write him off after one bad book.

    When he's on form (Stormwatch, Transmetropolitan, Planetary) he really is excellent.
  10. Thread: The Word Nerd

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    It's quite sweet. So much so that in Asia...

    It's quite sweet.

    So much so that in Asia (China or Thailand - can't remember which) I've seen Sweetcorn flavour ice cream and chewy sweets.
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    No. In a world with Van Gogh, Picasso, Jackson...

    No.

    In a world with Van Gogh, Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Rob Leifeld, Sergio Aragones, John Romita Jr, Mike McMahon etc, Roy Litchenstein, Any Warhol - Any one of these artists might be considered...
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    Not quite. I think it's perfectly fine to call...

    Not quite. I think it's perfectly fine to call art bad, but should accept that that is a subjective judgement.
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    His art on New X-Men was pretty bad, but it was...

    His art on New X-Men was pretty bad, but it was drawn to ridiculous deadlines. When you give him enough time he's a good artist.
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    I think that use of "corn" is still pretty common...

    I think that use of "corn" is still pretty common - at least here in England. If people are talking about maize, they tend to call it "sweetcorn" or "corn on the cob" to be clear.
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    If art or storytelling is bad enough that I can't...

    If art or storytelling is bad enough that I can't tell what's going on, then it can easily kill a story.

    Beyond that though, no. It can detract, but if the story is engaging and I can tell what's...
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    No there isn't. More to the point, there is...

    No there isn't.

    More to the point, there is no such thing as objectively bad art.
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    Moore has been drawn by Rob Leifeld and and Chuck...

    Moore has been drawn by Rob Leifeld and and Chuck Austen (back when he was called Chuck Beckum)
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    There are sects where the women don't have...

    There are sects where the women don't have intense pain during childbirth?
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    But we still get the punishment.

    But we still get the punishment.
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    From a quick Google... expulsion from the Garden...

    From a quick Google... expulsion from the Garden of Eden, intense pain during childbirth for women, no legs for the snakes, having to work hard for food, women being domineered by men.
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    So why is he still punishing us for someone...

    So why is he still punishing us for someone else's sins?
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    Good/Great Red Son Son of Superman Gotham by...

    Good/Great

    Red Son
    Son of Superman
    Gotham by Gaslight
    Batman: Master of the Future
    Batman: Holy Terror
    Metropolis/Nosferatu/The Blue Amazon
    Superman: The Dark Side
    Superman: Kal (not great,...
  23. For me: War Crimes - Leslie Thompkins. ...

    For me:

    War Crimes - Leslie Thompkins. Seriously!

    Jeff Loeb's Superman run - turned Lois Lane into a bully - which was reinforced in Smallville.
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    Not really, because: A - The punishments were...

    Not really, because:
    A - The punishments were punishments, not natural consequences.
    B - God (being omnipotent) could easily uninfect us, but chooses not to.
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    He is the original from which all other...

    He is the original from which all other superheroes deviate.
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