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    IMO, it's hard to say who the best writer of the...

    IMO, it's hard to say who the best writer of the JSA was because they were being written at different times for different audiences. There was more than one strong run, but you could pretty easily be...
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    Van Lunt was Taurus.

    Van Lunt was Taurus.
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    Reasonable, yes, but rather icky.

    Reasonable, yes, but rather icky.
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    Except Edison did actually invent some stuff in...

    Except Edison did actually invent some stuff in addition to what he stold.
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    The tech's closer than you're giving it credit...

    The tech's closer than you're giving it credit for, and you're grossly underestimating the economic pressures driving it. The AI is less an issue than the infrastructural road markers, and the...
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    Dude. Cross was lame in his MCU execution, not in...

    Dude. Cross was lame in his MCU execution, not in his source. In his comics introduction, he was awesomely horrifying. Kind of sad the story (appropriately) made him a one-and-done.
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    The robot vehicles are coming, but it will be in...

    The robot vehicles are coming, but it will be in cargo transport a long time before personal vehicles. The costs of over-the-road drivers is huge (and well deserved), but the amount of transportation...
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    This I agree with. I've been impressed with...

    This I agree with. I've been impressed with Russel's portrayal.
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    Ah. Now I see what you're getting at.

    Ah. Now I see what you're getting at.
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    Even back in the Silver Age they were showing how...

    Even back in the Silver Age they were showing how Jo had a lot more going on between his ears than others gave him credit for, and knew how to exploit others' misapprehension of his potential.
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    I see your point, but to me, it would feel too...

    I see your point, but to me, it would feel too pat and shallow for Isaiah to suddenly forgive and forget all, especially in a show that has focused so unblinking a gaze onto issues of social justice....
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    Like Jobs, I think him a brilliant promoter, and...

    Like Jobs, I think him a brilliant promoter, and he may have some gift for seeing what might be possible. I don't believe he has ever designed a single thing, but has driven others to develop...
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    I've done the spit-take IRL. With bourbon. That...

    I've done the spit-take IRL. With bourbon. That does a number on the sinuses let me tell ya.

    I did, however, clean it up.
  14. The more that I read of your opinions, I have to...

    The more that I read of your opinions, I have to agree with the view that Lee was probably seen as the greatest before Moore. But I also think there probably was no one single talent deserving of the...
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    Actually, Gabe and Dum Dum were created as...

    Actually, Gabe and Dum Dum were created as Howling Commandos, and were retrofitted for SHIELD along with Fury. By the same token, Woo was created as an FBI agent in the old 1950s Yellow Claw comics,...
  16. I was unaware of this! Thanks Capt.

    I was unaware of this! Thanks Capt.
  17. I get what you're saying, and I'm not saying that...

    I get what you're saying, and I'm not saying that was the greatest. However, I also take in his work on fantasy titles. His name's worth discussing.
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    Then too, there was that part where he was...

    Then too, there was that part where he was strangling Sam, who he'd defeated and disarmed already. Yeah, sorry, Walker's got a long stretch of Bucky's road to walk before he can be seen as anything...
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    It might also have been in the gazillion files of...

    It might also have been in the gazillion files of data that Black Widow dumped on the world during the climax of CA:TWS. Not, perhaps, everything but enough for Buck to put the pieces together. Going...
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    While I get Malvolio's point, I have to agree...

    To paraphrase the late Gene Siskel, "Review the show you're watching, not the show you wish you were watching."[/QUOTE]

    While I get Malvolio's point, I have to agree CaptCleghorn's framing story...
  21. Ah. Now I gotcha. I didn't catch it on the...

    Ah. Now I gotcha. I didn't catch it on the initial read.
  22. Yes! Yesity Yes Yes Yes! Genuine Ghost is...

    Yes! Yesity Yes Yes Yes!

    Genuine Ghost is cool, but Is He Or Ain't He is extra fun.
  23. It's a hood that also happens to be a mask. ...

    It's a hood that also happens to be a mask.

    Yeah. No way that works IRL, but it looks awesome.

    Let's let it be a comic.
  24. So, your examples are all over the calendar, and...

    So, your examples are all over the calendar, and you neglected a conclusion. Are you saying 1953 is the most important year, or that there is no most important year, but the 1950s were "Yuge!"?
  25. I'm curious, why is nobody but me saying Thomas?

    I'm curious, why is nobody but me saying Thomas?
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