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    "Get Out" star Daniel Kaluuya will be producing a movie about that menace to society Barney the dinosaur.

    “Barney was a ubiquitous figure in many of our childhoods, then he disappeared into the shadows, left misunderstood. We’re excited to explore this compelling modern-day hero and see if his message of ‘I love you, you love me’ can stand the test of time.”
    https://www.slashfilm.com/new-barney-movie/

    Good luck, Kaluuya. You'll need it.

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    We already had a Barney movie back in early 2000's


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    Regina King don't sleep. She's great so far in Watchmen, and she's with Black Manta...
    The use Black Wall Street burning in the onset is gonna lead to some bruised feelings from that segment of the fandom. Looks good so far.
    Beefing up the old home security, huh?
    You bet yer ass.

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    Filipino fans campaign for new character Wave to get her own solo comic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PwrdOn View Post
    Eh the last few decades of comics have definitely skewed more toward anti-heroes who do all sorts of brutal and immoral stuff and rarely face consequences for it in-story or get much fan backlash.
    The Anti-heros greatest super power is never being wrong.

    Punisher has killed a billion people, and only outside of weird early appearances and stuff that has been retconned, has he ever been wrong. The people he murdered were bad people and deserved it so you don't feel bad. Dudes stray bullets don't even hit bystanders lol

    It's fantasy, not real life. Most people can separate the two rather easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MindofShadow View Post
    The Anti-heros greatest super power is never being wrong.

    Punisher has killed a billion people, and only outside of weird early appearances and stuff that has been retconned, has he ever been wrong. The people he murdered were bad people and deserved it so you don't feel bad. Dudes stray bullets don't even hit bystanders lol

    It's fantasy, not real life. Most people can separate the two rather easily.
    In fairness (yes I know how that sounds), Frank's first story was about him trying to kill Spider-Man, a person who was totally innocent of the crime he was accused of. But outside of that, yeah, there's always been some awkwardness when it comes to him.

    The recent run did have Frank state that he would kill any cops who started emulating him which was a not-so-subtle jab at real life cops who were openly showing admiration of the Punisher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindofShadow View Post
    The Anti-heros greatest super power is never being wrong.

    Punisher has killed a billion people, and only outside of weird early appearances and stuff that has been retconned, has he ever been wrong. The people he murdered were bad people and deserved it so you don't feel bad. Dudes stray bullets don't even hit bystanders lol

    It's fantasy, not real life. Most people can separate the two rather easily.
    It goes along with something I mentioned before about the reader's insight to the comic itself. We're presented with the reasoning and all the behind the scenes thoughts and actions of a hero/anti-hero. So not only does the plot and writing make sure that the hero isn't wrong (depending on your values), we also get to see it in practice in full and we're instructed whether things were right/wrong or somewhere between. That's a huge difference from having it reported to us and leaving it to some guesswork and bias about institutions or historical recurrence. Though we tend to apply that bias through interpretations of the work, but it's usually about the author and not so much the story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Z View Post
    The recent run did have Frank state that he would kill any cops who started emulating him which was a not-so-subtle jab at real life cops who were openly showing admiration of the Punisher.
    In Welcome Back Frank, he also killed people who were emulating him.

    Frank in all actuality when written correctly, doesn't even like himself. In many of "the end" storylines of his, he ends up kill himself after the work is done.
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    A Second Season of gen:LOCK Will Debut on HBO Max

    https://io9.gizmodo.com/a-second-sea...max-1839331946


    Cloak and Dagger has been cancelled

    https://io9.gizmodo.com/freeform-has...ger-1839338796
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    Just saw the Promo for Tyler Perry's The Oval...

    I've seen more believable WWE promos.

    With the same amount of violence too.

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    That hurts. I really enjoyed Cloak and Dagger. It was whip smart genre television. Maybe a little heavy on the teen angst, but the entire cast was great. Can't help but notice that all the shows getting picked off had a lot of social commentary in them. I wonder if the mouse wants all his heroes smiling and holding hands with the cops from now on.
    The woman in the shadows with the elegant sigh.
    What could a common man do to catch her eye?
    Her easy manner shames me, oh I hate myself so much!
    I tremble and I'm breathless and I'm begging for her touch.
    She sees my anguished urges but continues smirking by,
    If I dare to follow her, it's likely that I'll die.
    But even as she's feeding, as my body's torn apart,
    Will she think upon me kindly?
    When she slowly eats my heart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handsome men don't lose fights View Post
    That hurts. I really enjoyed Cloak and Dagger. It was whip smart genre television. Maybe a little heavy on the teen angst, but the entire cast was great. Can't help but notice that all the shows getting picked off had a lot of social commentary in them. I wonder if the mouse wants all his heroes smiling and holding hands with the cops from now on.
    Feige is taking over the TV side as well.

    He is just consolidating everything under his umbrella.

    I imagine all MCU stuff will strictly be on Disney+ from now on.

    AKA, everything "new" is about to be canon to the MCU. I imagine everything else will be discarded completely, not just Netflix like most though. AoS may survive just because it's been so... out there but at the same time, Feige is probably staring at there Inhumans stuff ready to nuke that all too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handsome men don't lose fights View Post
    That hurts. I really enjoyed Cloak and Dagger. It was whip smart genre television. Maybe a little heavy on the teen angst, but the entire cast was great. Can't help but notice that all the shows getting picked off had a lot of social commentary in them. I wonder if the mouse wants all his heroes smiling and holding hands with the cops from now on.
    They've got a Kamala Khan t.v. show in the works and given the source material there is bound to be some social commentary there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindofShadow View Post
    Feige is taking over the TV side as well.

    He is just consolidating everything under his umbrella.

    I imagine all MCU stuff will strictly be on Disney+ from now on.

    AKA, everything "new" is about to be canon to the MCU. I imagine everything else will be discarded completely, not just Netflix like most though. AoS may survive just because it's been so... out there but at the same time, Feige is probably staring at there Inhumans stuff ready to nuke that all too.
    Well they are gonna forget Inhumans existed more or less. That was DOA the moment Feige nixed it from the film schedule release. In reading an article Jeph Leob knew he was toast awhile TV wise due to how projects were being cancelled . The Ghost Rider one was a big blow that really made it happen.
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    In the five years which followed Thanos snapping his fingers in Avengers: Infinity War, several characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe went through some serious changes. Thor fell into a deep depression. Hulk became much smarter and combined with Bruce Banner. Tony Stark became a father. Among the characters who almost saw a major change but didn't quite have it executed for Avengers: Endgame was Don Cheadle's James Rhodes, also known as War Machine. As the story goes from writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, one of the early ideas was to have the man once known as Iron Patriot become the Vice President of the United States.
    "We took it out because it didn't have any story weight, but I believe that during one draft, in the five year jump, Rhodie became vice president," Markus told ComicBook.com on Thursday. "Vice President Rhodey." It's one of many ideas which were considered for the two massive, conclusive Avengers movies. Another saw Richard Rider's Nova taking the place of Hulk as the herald with a warning for the heroes of Earth.
    https://comicbook.com/marvel/2019/10...marvel-series/

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