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(Roger Ebert)   Roger Ebert on The Avengers: "The Westminster Dog Show of Superheroes"   ( divider line
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5245 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 03 May 2012 at 2:10 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-05-03 03:03:22 PM  
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likefunbutnot: nakedcritic: Like the aforementioned Wasp.

Friends don't let friends read comics written by Jeph Loeb.
That one panel is exactly the point where I wrote off the entire Ultimate Comics line.

Except that he's written some of the greatest comics of all time (Long Halloween, Hush, Spider-Man: Blue, Daredevil: Yellow)...but then it was like something CAUSED him to stop writing well...something horrible and personal...

/not an excuse
//saddest part for the brand: Ultimates is actually way better than it ever has been post-Ultimatum
2012-05-03 02:33:47 PM  
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2012-05-03 01:37:47 PM  
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The Avengers however do share the same time and space continuum, although in recent years, they've been treated in separate, single-superhero movies. One assumes the idle Avengers follow the exploits of the employed ones on the news.

Fora guy who's paid to watch movies, he doesn't seem to have been paying much attention to the actual storylines...
2012-05-03 01:35:43 PM  
1 vote:
Just printed my tix for tomorrow night.
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