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post #241 of 1032
Hawkeye is such a weak character. I mean he was the leader of the West Coast Avengers for chrissakes. That was suck city in every aspect.
post #242 of 1032
Didn't even mind the lens flares.
post #243 of 1032
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Originally Posted by JMRouse View Post

Didn't even mind the lens flares.

Now I know you are trolling.
post #244 of 1032
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The thing with the "fighting their evil counter-parts" is that a Skrull storyline would have that too (and more to offer I feel). The only "evil version of themselves" storyline I really liked was Crisis on Two Earths.

Wasn't Crisis a JL story not Avengers? I know they had a 7-on-7 fight with all their common foes, and it was pretty much the best part of the entire animated JL series and comics..
post #245 of 1032
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Now I know you are trolling.

I didn't mind them. Never said they were great. Just that I think they were not that big of a deal even if they could have been toned down some. Lens flares are to STAR TREK, what Batman's voice was to TDK. A trivial thing that internet fanboys, wanting to look cool, like to use to discredit what is otherwise a fantastic and loved film.
post #246 of 1032
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Wasn't Crisis a JL story not Avengers? I know they had a 7-on-7 fight with all their common foes, and it was pretty much the best part of the entire animated JL series and comics..

Also the baddies in Crisis on Two Earths weren't really evil they were alternate versions who made different choices and their life paths were altered by a slightly different reality which had them become Republicans rather than Democrats. Wait hang on yes I guess they were evil.
post #247 of 1032
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I didn't mind them. Never said they were great. Just that I think they were not that big of a deal even if they could have been toned down some. Lens flares are to STAR TREK, what Batman's voice was to TDK. A trivial thing that internet fanboys, wanting to look cool, like to use to discredit what is otherwise a fantastic and loved film.

What's wrong with Batman's voice?
post #248 of 1032
He had laryngitis in TDK when he wore the suit.
post #249 of 1032
This is how I see it. STAR TREK should have sucked. It's a reboot of one of the most classic franchises in Sci-Fi. Cast with a bunch of young actors replacing icons. No way it should have been a good film. So when someone says they liked the movie except for the lens flares, my reaction is GOOD. If that's your only complaint then it's a solid win for the film.

A lot of people hate on Batman's voice and it's very much the same thing. How many complete failures have we seen with comicbook films over the years? TDK was fucking amazing on its own, let alone stacked up against previous comicbook films. Who gives a fuck how his voice sounded?
post #250 of 1032
Fine, here's a legit Star Trek complaint for you: it needed more alien boobs.
post #251 of 1032
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Fine, here's a legit Star Trek complaint for you: it needed more alien boobs.

All films need that.
post #252 of 1032
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He had laryngitis in TDK when he wore the suit.

I just thought it was typical Batman disguising his voice, never felt it was too laryngitisy.
post #253 of 1032
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Also the baddies in Crisis on Two Earths weren't really evil they were alternate versions who made different choices and their life paths were altered by a slightly different reality which had them become Republicans rather than Democrats. Wait hang on yes I guess they were evil.

I'm mixing up my plot lines.

"Injustice For All" is what I'm thinking of: Exposed as a criminal, sentenced to prison, and terminally ill due to long term kryptonite exposure, Lex Luthor escapes and assembles a supervillain team consisting of Cheetah, The Shade, Solomon Grundy, Star Sapphire, Copperhead, and Ultra-Humanite to take on the Justice League, calling themselves the Injustice Gang. The Joker also becomes part of the team, but on his own choice. However, even with their combined power, this gang proves no match for Batman's wiles.

"Crisis on Two Earths" was when the JLU team was sent to a parallel earth where that realm's JLU was the sole arbiter of lawful/unlawful and ruled with an iron fist.

Neither of which were Avengers plot lines though.
post #254 of 1032
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I just thought it was typical Batman disguising his voice, never felt it was too laryngitisy.

That was my thoughts too. He would need to change it and I didn't mind the tone chosen that much.
post #255 of 1032
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I'm mixing up my plot lines.

"Injustice For All" is what I'm thinking of: Exposed as a criminal, sentenced to prison, and terminally ill due to long term kryptonite exposure, Lex Luthor escapes and assembles a supervillain team consisting of Cheetah, The Shade, Solomon Grundy, Star Sapphire, Copperhead, and Ultra-Humanite to take on the Justice League, calling themselves the Injustice Gang. The Joker also becomes part of the team, but on his own choice. However, even with their combined power, this gang proves no match for Batman's wiles.

"Crisis on Two Earths" was when the JLU team was sent to a parallel earth where that realm's JLU was the sole arbiter of lawful/unlawful and ruled with an iron fist.

Neither of which were Avengers plot lines though.

That was a great JLU episode.
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