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  1. Thread: Kindred?

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    Yeah, I kind of got the same vibe from Ned Leeds'...

    Yeah, I kind of got the same vibe from Ned Leeds' clone popping up briefly only to die.
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    Just my personal bias, but I want Wally back as...

    Just my personal bias, but I want Wally back as the primary Flash with the extended Flash family playing a role in his book.

    Mark Waid recently said in a Q&A on the DC universe forums that he's...
  3. Thread: Kindred?

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    Literally. Somehow he worked his way up the food...

    Literally. Somehow he worked his way up the food chain there and gained power.
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    Spider-Man's powerset and fighting style favor...

    Spider-Man's powerset and fighting style favor minimal casualties. His webbing is non-lethal with multiple applications, including stopping debris from hitting civilians. He moves quickly and draws...
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    Sure. But if a concerned citizen tied up someone...

    Sure. But if a concerned citizen tied up someone on the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted list and left them for the authorities to find, they'd arrest them just the same. The criminal wouldn't magically get...
  6. Thread: Kindred?

    by David Walton
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    I agree that Ned checks a lot of boxes. He's...

    I agree that Ned checks a lot of boxes. He's known Peter for a long time, they've had an antagonistic relationship and rivalry at points, he would hold Peter accountable for failing to save him from...
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    The implication was that the guys knew Spider-Man...

    The implication was that the guys knew Spider-Man would never come into the station to sort things out, and they were just taking the opportunity to needle him.



    I'm not sure how it can be...
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    It's your personal responsibility to be born with...

    It's your personal responsibility to be born with a trust fund.
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    I agree that Spider-Man catching crooks would be...

    I agree that Spider-Man catching crooks would be roughly comparable to a citizen's arrest. Because superheroes are a real thing in the MU, there might even be laws on the books as to how it's...
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    I do prefer DeFalco's take with Richard Fisk...

    I do prefer DeFalco's take with Richard Fisk being Hobgoblin and Ned Leeds as the Rose.

    I've never minded the idea of Leeds as Hobgoblin, either. I think the Rose is a better fit but either way...
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    I'd think as much as they've invested in their...

    I'd think as much as they've invested in their digital library at this point it would make more sense to keep the comics subscription service going....but that's just speculation, I have no knowledge...
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    The Spectre #1 by Ostrander/Mandrake.

    The Spectre #1 by Ostrander/Mandrake.
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    I get that, but sometimes it's a question of...

    I get that, but sometimes it's a question of whether you trust that the person who says it is speaking for God with 100% accuracy.

    For me, it's tricky--I believe the scriptures are divinely...
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    I know I'm probably in the minority on this, but...

    I know I'm probably in the minority on this, but I'm a believer who feels as though discussing the more problematic aspects of the biblical text is essential to a true appreciation.

    The biblical...
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    I think the idea that salvation hinges on...

    I think the idea that salvation hinges on intellectual assent to a belief system is problematic. When the scriptures speak of believing in Christ I'd argue it means something much richer than...
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    This is where things get complicated. My...

    This is where things get complicated.

    My understanding is that in its original context, the terms translated as 'us' and 'our' might refer to a plurality of godhood--as in God is 'more' god than...
  17. I get that, but my takeaway was a bit different....

    I get that, but my takeaway was a bit different. I felt like the fleshing out of Barney and Robin's relationship worked in the finale's favor. To my mind, the relationship was a very meaningful step...
  18. Poll: The Kylo sympathy angle is bizarre, and once...

    The Kylo sympathy angle is bizarre, and once again, I think Johnson worked contrary to his own ends, because it's clear he was trying to establish Kylo as an irredeemable if sympathetic villain. The...
  19. Just curious, how do you believe the last seasons...

    Just curious, how do you believe the last seasons were evidence against the ending?

    I've never gone back and rewatched, but I felt like story-wise, it gelled just fine. Main problem was them...
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    Been re-reading it myself, and man, there are so...

    Been re-reading it myself, and man, there are so many great interactions. Nearly every issue and they're all funny.
  21. Poll: It's also really, really bizarre, given that TLJ...

    It's also really, really bizarre, given that TLJ happens shortly after TFA, which means it's not like Rey had a two year interim to process her feelings about Kylo and come to some realization that...
  22. Poll: I'm agreed 100%. Also worth noting that Rian...

    I'm agreed 100%. Also worth noting that Rian Johnson was able to explore a lot of the themes he attempted in TLJ much more successfully in Knives Out.

    The idea of a kind of a Skywalker force...
  23. I mean, I think so...but when Rebirth kicked off,...

    I mean, I think so...but when Rebirth kicked off, I truly believed DC was going to fold the most popular aspects of pre-Crisis continuity into the New 52.

    DC has been kind of notorious for...
  24. Thread: The FLASH

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    Well, a Wells is never happy! If it had gone down...

    Well, a Wells is never happy! If it had gone down the other way, he'd have been like, "Damn, Barry, that's cold. The Flash I knew would never have passed over the possibility of getting Iris back!"
  25. I wish King had been able to stay on as the...

    I wish King had been able to stay on as the regular Batman writer until at least #100, in line with his original plans.

    The 100 issue plan seems to be the casualty of behind the scenes stuff,...
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