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(Comics Alliance)   Fifteen comic book TV shows that didn't take off. The only one that would have been great was Locke and Key   (comicsalliance.com) divider line 8
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2012-04-26 09:41:28 AM  
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t3knomanser: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Anything written by Joe Hill would have been laughed out of agents' offices across America if it wasn't for his dad

I liked "The Cape". It wasn't the best thing I've ever read, but it was a decent story, well told.

Vaneshi: they went on record saying that because the pilot had been leaked and so heavily downloaded they would never revisit the idea nor would the pilot be released on DVD

But think of all the millions of dollars they lost to piracy due to the leak of something they never intended to sell anyway.


tens of dollars were lost. BWAAAAAAHAHA
2012-04-26 08:24:09 AM  
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whizbangthedirtfarmer: Anything written by Joe Hill would have been laughed out of agents' offices across America if it wasn't for his dad


I liked "The Cape". It wasn't the best thing I've ever read, but it was a decent story, well told.

Vaneshi: they went on record saying that because the pilot had been leaked and so heavily downloaded they would never revisit the idea nor would the pilot be released on DVD


But think of all the millions of dollars they lost to piracy due to the leak of something they never intended to sell anyway.
2012-04-26 04:02:28 AM  
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Dr. Strange is Ron Burgundy!
2012-04-26 12:00:14 AM  
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Gunny Highway: FirstNationalBastard: If you go into the live action tick expecting it to be the cartoon, you might be disappointed.

If you judge it on its own merits, the live action Tick was pretty damn good.

The show was not nigh-invulnerable to the comparison.


Some would say that show was the apotheosis of cool...


/SPOON!!!!
2012-04-25 11:38:57 PM  
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PIP_the_TROLL: Doran: Wonder Woman's pilot has to be seen to be believed. It's uncomfortably bad.

Yeah, it was horrible to the point of hilarity.

The *one* bit I liked was the fact that they showed she was willing to kill.


And happily work towards revenge and personal vendettas. You know, like Wonder Woman always has.
2012-04-25 11:30:21 PM  
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Doran: Wonder Woman's pilot has to be seen to be believed. It's uncomfortably bad.


Yeah, it was horrible to the point of hilarity.

The *one* bit I liked was the fact that they showed she was willing to kill.
2012-04-25 11:12:23 PM  
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"and it didn't help that Jubilee, our point-of-view character, was played by Heather McComb, a white actress."

Yeah, that's why it failed, ya douche
2012-04-25 08:59:11 PM  
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Eltingville is the only one that might have been good.

Otherwise... there's too much live action and animated comic book crap out there now, anyway.

/but I have hope for Axe Cop!
 
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