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(The Hollywood Reporter)   Were there pouches in Saving Private Ryan?   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line
    More: Awkward, X-Force, X-Men, Rob Liefeld, Marvel Comics, X-Force Killshot, New Mutants, Wolverine, success of the Deadpool films  
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2021-11-25 6:05:43 AM  
I hadn't realize that the X-Force mutants each has 10,000 tiny tic-tac teeth.
Each all the same size and shape.
 
2021-11-25 6:42:26 AM  
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Deadpool would, of course, carry a beeper.
 
2021-11-25 9:12:30 AM  
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2021-11-25 10:51:06 AM  

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Deadpool would, of course, carry a beeper.


Oh Gods...is he going to try and make Shatterstar "straight'? He had an aneurysm when they made him and Rictor gay years ago.

"That's not my character" or some such.
 
2021-11-25 11:19:19 AM  
This is CURRENT Liefield? Cable still looks like he was drawn by a 13 year old stitching together a Frankenstein of differently sized body parts. The proportions are distractingly bad. The metal arm alone is like 3 sizes. And the pouches, really are a caricature level of pouches...

I had assumed Liefield would have to have moved on and found other work since the XTREME stuff he did in the 90s.
 
2021-11-25 11:34:24 AM  
Thirty years and he still can't draw feet.
 
2021-11-25 11:46:27 AM  
There were a fair number of pouches in "Saving Private Ryan," come to think of it:

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2021-11-25 12:00:42 PM  

Quantumbunny: This is CURRENT Liefield? Cable still looks like he was drawn by a 13 year old stitching together a Frankenstein of differently sized body parts. The proportions are distractingly bad. The metal arm alone is like 3 sizes. And the pouches, really are a caricature level of pouches...

I had assumed Liefield would have to have moved on and found other work since the XTREME stuff he did in the 90s.


Flappyhead: Thirty years and he still can't draw feet.


There are reasons why "Liefeld, you're not an artist" was a lyric in Linkara's theme song.
 
2021-11-25 1:06:49 PM  
Imagine being dumb and tasteless enough to buy Liefeld's originals.
 
2021-11-25 1:26:41 PM  
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2021-11-25 2:52:59 PM  
With just 30 pages to tell a story, Liefeld says he channeled idol Jack Kirby,

That's a horrible insult to Jack Kirby, his legacy, his family, his fans and even people who have never heard of him. It's that bad.
 
2021-11-25 3:05:45 PM  

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Deadpool would, of course, carry a beeper.


30-plus years in the business and Liefeld still has no concept of perspective, proportion, or how human anatomy works.
 
2021-11-25 3:11:10 PM  
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/Oblig
 
2021-11-25 3:28:24 PM  

Plaster Lion: Imagine being dumb and tasteless enough to buy Liefeld's originals.


But what if...someone did it to protect humanity?  Like falling on a grenade to protect your team?

Wouldn't that person be a hero?  But if they did that and didn't tell anyone about it?  They would be a SUPER hero
 
2021-11-25 4:43:27 PM  
Huh? Deapdool is the Turkish knockoff of Deadpool, and he's played by Ismail Hacioglu, not Ryan Reynolds.
 
2021-11-25 5:11:59 PM  

dallylamma: We Ate the Necco Wafers: [hollywoodreporter.com image 675x1024]
Deadpool would, of course, carry a beeper.

30-plus years in the business and Liefeld still has no concept of perspective, proportion, or how human anatomy works.


It was clearly explained in issue #23 that Cabal had a 13 pack bc the the 14th ab was used to make his special muscle pouch.
 
2021-11-25 5:22:32 PM  
I loved this tribute to Liefeld:

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/Hole, from Dorohedoro
 
2021-11-25 5:24:50 PM  
Annnnd let's not forget his ladies:

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2021-11-25 5:49:04 PM  

Mega Steve: Annnnd let's not forget his ladies:

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Let me guess... she just had them lengthened and now they go all the way up?
 
2021-11-25 6:02:44 PM  

Mega Steve: Annnnd let's not forget his ladies:

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It's amazing that Liefeld ever reproduced because you could swear that he's never seen a real live woman before.
 
2021-11-25 6:04:54 PM  

Polish Hussar: There were a fair number of pouches in "Saving Private Ryan," come to think of it:

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Also heads exploded. Great movie, but the violence is excessive. Probably not for the actual war. It was a farking war, so super brutal. But for my delicate sensitive self?

Yes.
 
2021-11-25 7:25:55 PM  
Jack Sabbath:

Jack is spinning so much he's gone back in time and forgave Stan Lee.
 
2021-11-26 8:04:58 AM  

Quantumbunny: This is CURRENT Liefield? Cable still looks like he was drawn by a 13 year old stitching together a Frankenstein of differently sized body parts. The proportions are distractingly bad. The metal arm alone is like 3 sizes. And the pouches, really are a caricature level of pouches...

I had assumed Liefield would have to have moved on and found other work since the XTREME stuff he did in the 90s.


And the crotch seems... ill-fitting, at best. Not insignificant thought and effort was made there, which makes it funnier to me.
 
2021-11-26 8:12:46 AM  
 
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