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  1. Well, that's the beauty of what Marvel is doing. They take obscure characters and turn them to box office gold. Obviously if they keep on making movies or series about popular characters, sooner or later, the audience will have hype fatigue. I believe what Marvel is doing is to tell a story that spans multiple formats. Nevermind that one movie or series flopped, it's their relevance to the whole tale is what matters. Even Sony is riding on the Marvel bandwagon. Moon Knight may not be everyone's cup of tea, but the presence of the series is an important aspect to the whole phase. I mean, I'm a little let down with The Falcon and Winter Soldier, but I see their value as they put seeds in the show that the producers can sow later. The only thing they need to do is follow through, which Marvel has been very consistent with.
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  2. I'm late to this thread but I have a good reason - the pen to my graphics tablet broke just before christmas so I couldn't finish drawing my traditional yearly guyver greeting to you guys. I just got a new one so I suppose it's more of a Happy New Year greeting than a Christmas one - so I hope everyone has ahappy new year!
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  3. Meh. I am stoked for this one. I think it'll be like fight club with a superhero. Oscar Isaac is cool, I dig the mummified look of the costume... it could be horrible, but it could also be pretty kick ass too. Either way, I'm glad MK is getting some love.
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  4. Well... in Earth X it turned out that he's unkillable because he has in fact been dead ever since he was resurrected the first time by the power of Khonshu.
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  5. It's deeply personal. Jack Kirby created the Celestials to illustrate that humans can have a cosmic destiny, but that they have to choose between good and evil. Jason Aaron claims humanity exists because a Celestial died on Earth from a literal infection and its vomit, blood and pus oozed into the biosphere, and the other Celestials permitted Earth and humanity to continue to exist because they hoped they could make some kind of vaccine from this mess. It is so petty, hateful and ugly that it convinced me there is something very, very wrong with that man. (He did something similar during his run on 'Thor'. Kirby created Odin as a wise, strict, but ultimately kind and loving father figure to basically the universe. Jason Aaron turned him into a pathetic, literally alcoholic abusive tyrant. His relationship with his own father was pretty bad.) Marvel used to be run by storytellers who either wanted to uplift us or just have fun. Now? It's a frickin' asylum. The only lights left are Al Ewing and, on a good day, Kieron Gillen. Both of whom are British, by the way. Probably not a coincidence. Almost all of Marvel's best and most lauded comics were penned by Brits.
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  6. I got the zephyr mask. Only took me 6 tries to get it. I like it but I'm super self conscious about wearing it in public. I dont like the attention.
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  7. The middle part of my message where Guyver was addressed: โ€At this time, we do not have any news regarding a re-release for Guyver. We're always looking to see what our fans want, so your message will definitely be taken into consideration.โ€
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  8. I would honestly just be fine if Viz or another good US manga publishing company just re-licensed or license rescued Guyver and publish it in proper form. I could at least have a physical copy thatโ€™s right to left and in English.
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  9. Well, Matt IS a really good lawyer - but they really should have spent a LITTLE more time on a court scene, if only to have posed some critical questions. "So, the suggestion is that this 17-year-old boy - a personal friend and confidant of Tony Stark, to whom he bequeathed the most powerful weapon of mass destruction ever created - is in fact a criminal mastermind? A criminal mastermind who spends his days swinging through the city, saving people from muggings and potentially deadly accidents? Who risked his life several times during the Thanos war, and was in fact among the Disappeared? Whereas Mysterio was a super-hero - although he has now been positively identified as Quentin Beck, a former Stark Industries employee with an expertise in hologram technology and, if this employee record I hold is correct, a history of mental issues? His own associates describe him as a violent and domineering personality, displaying qualities of a paranoid psychopath, not to mention a habitual liar. Your honor, I move to throw this case out, because frankly, it's an embarrassment." Anyway, they probably did arrest some members of his gang, but it would have been nice to have SOMEONE squeal.
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  10. Merry Christmas to the Advocacy, and a Happy New Year! ๐ŸŽ…๐ŸŽ„
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  11. Watched it. It was good. 'No Way Home' is about 60 million bucks away from surpassing Black Widow, Shang Chi and Eternals's combined box office. Let's hope Marvel takes the hint.
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