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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberhubbs View Post
    It's funny because I'm actually posing for the HKWHDW! Milo Manara variant cover as we speak.
    I...think I'll go with the Skottie Young one.

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    Jimmy Kimmel had the cast of Avengers play a rather half-assed game of Family Feud. It's actually pretty amusing to see how much fun they were actually having. (They even get split up between Team (Captain) America and Team (Iron) Man.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by David Walton View Post
    I...think I'll go with the Skottie Young one.
    They're tastefully pornographic!

    Spent last two days driving back to Texas from Vegas. Very scenic. Lots of cows. We got to graffiti some cadillacs half-buried in a field also. We may rob a bank or two before we get home, also.


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    Quote Originally Posted by David Walton View Post
    I didn't know whether to post this in the "Why Cyberhubbs Should Stay a Swinging Bachelor" thread or the "Controversial Cyberhubbs Opinions" one, so I'll just do it here:

    I have mixed feelings about how this will affect the franchise. I hear the Cyberhubbs satellite book Sex and Violence is being relaunched as simply Violence, so there's a balance that's been lost, but the rumored Cyberhubbs: He Knows What He Did Wrong! book sounds promising.

    In all seriousness, congrats! Marriage is the greatest of blessings, and I wish you and your bride a long and happy life together!
    I am concerned about the future of the book. It isn't going to be all that fun when it's just some poor woman realizing what she got herself into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    I am concerned about the future of the book. It isn't going to be all that fun when it's just some poor woman realizing what she got herself into.
    yeah, but that’s further on in the arc. judging from the above cover art to #1, she’s pretty stoked at this time. though i think there might be some sort of foreshadowing in that ominous “c+a” message in the background. see how it’s combined with “make your”? i sense clonage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    I am concerned about the future of the book. It isn't going to be all that fun when it's just some poor woman realizing what she got herself into.
    She actually has a better job than me, so I'm the one spending most of my time worrying by the window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boots View Post
    yeah, but that’s further on in the arc. judging from the above cover art to #1, she’s pretty stoked at this time. though i think there might be some sort of foreshadowing in that ominous “c+a” message in the background. see how it’s combined with “make your”? i sense clonage.
    Pas--

    Oh god. Oh my god. Past. Sins Past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberhubbs View Post
    Pas--

    Oh god. Oh my god. Past. Sins Past.
    Dude, we tried to tell you it wasn't a good idea to sleep with Norman Osborn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinroc View Post
    Dude, we tried to tell you it wasn't a good idea to sleep with Norman Osborn.
    He was so charming! And he's loaded. Not saying I'm a gold digger, but I look good in sparkly things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinroc View Post
    Dude, we tried to tell you it wasn't a good idea to sleep with Norman Osborn.
    actual lol’d at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberhubbs View Post
    They're tastefully pornographic!

    Spent last two days driving back to Texas from Vegas. Very scenic. Lots of cows. We got to graffiti some cadillacs half-buried in a field also. We may rob a bank or two before we get home, also.

    Congrats again you guys! Looks awesome; enjoy your time away!

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    Sad to hear the news about Herb Trimpe passing yesterday; he didn't draw much Spidey at all (just a few issues of MTU as far as I know) but was a well-known Hulk artist and was also a really nice guy who I had the pleasure of meeting a few years back at a New York ComicCon. Tons of accolades pouring in today from other comic professionals and you can easily see that he was very well-regarded and a true pro as well from all the kind words. RIP Mr Trimpe.

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    No spoilers, but I'm ten episodes into DAREDEVIL and it's incredible.

    I will never read Fisk's dialogue the same way after having exprienced D'Onofrio's take on him. Brilliant.

    And Cox is everything you'd hope for as Matt Murdock.

    On another Daredevil note, I just read Lee Weeks' three-parter from Daredevil: Dark Nights. The one where he's trying to get a heart to a little girl in the middle of a blizzard. Truly brilliant stuff that makes me wish Weeks wrote more--his Spider-Man miniseries on the fallout from Captain Stacy's death is an underrated gem as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Walton View Post
    No spoilers, but I'm ten episodes into DAREDEVIL and it's incredible.

    I will never read Fisk's dialogue the same way after having exprienced D'Onofrio's take on him. Brilliant.

    And Cox is everything you'd hope for as Matt Murdock.

    On another Daredevil note, I just read Lee Weeks' three-parter from Daredevil: Dark Nights. The one where he's trying to get a heart to a little girl in the middle of a blizzard. Truly brilliant stuff that makes me wish Weeks wrote more--his Spider-Man miniseries on the fallout from Captain Stacy's death is an underrated gem as well.
    I am only 4 episodes in but cannot wait to continue it; I am very pleased with it though I find the dark visuals a bit annoying. I mean, I know it is done partly to save on production costs and partly because it is a dark overall story but still it makes it a bit hard to make out what is going in some scenes. Cox absolutely IS both Matt and DD; just the first episode alone obliterates that awful Ben Affleck movie (though Colin Farrell was pretty great as Bullseye).

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool View Post
    Cox absolutely IS both Matt and DD; just the first episode alone obliterates that awful Ben Affleck movie (though Colin Farrell was pretty great as Bullseye).
    I actually enjoyed the Ben Affleck film for what it is, which is basically "What If Stan Lee Wrote The Elektra Saga?"

    And no, I don't mean that as an insult to Lee in the slighest. I'm just saying that even though the story is taken from Miller, the tone is closer to Lee's, more melodramatic romance than gritty crime drama. I believe the intention was to to go darker for a second film which adapted Born Again.

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