How many of you reside in Las Vegas?
Not the blog, but I do.
No need to follow it for the contest, but it’d be cool if you did! =]
About the contest, do you ship worldwide?
Yes, I will(should’ve included that)
Any other questions about the contest go ahead and ask!
Why dont you take down the post with the spoiler? It is clearly a spoiler, as it states the actress who plays her, and it is going to show up on every followers dash.
I did not post it and nor do I approve of this blog posting spoilers. Many of you have brought it to attention that this is a BIG spoiler(I haven’t seen the movie so I didn’t know either) so I will be taking it down upon request. I want to go ahead and apologize on behalf of fyeahsuperheroes. It didn’t ruin the movie, but now I know a spoiler. -_-
Don't post fucking spoilers for a film that's been out for like 3 days you cunt. Especially when you run a blog like this.
I BLOODY LOVE MILES. I adore him entirely and I think he needed to happen because Spider-man is immortal but no one ever said Peter Parker was. There needed to be a new Spider-man eventually and Miles is perfect for the job because he doesn't know how to suddenly go from being a regular kid to being Spider-man. He's learning like any other person would have to and I love that. It lets you know that even though you don't know how to be a super hero, doesn't mean you're not cut out for it.
What do you think about the trend of comic book movies killing off their great villains after only one movie? Granted Spider-Man is being rebooted, but in Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, they killed the Green Goblin in the first movie, Doc Ock in the second, and Venom in the third. Those are three quintessential Spider-Man villains, who repeatedly plague the web-spinner. Do you think movies should leave villains alive to come back in a sequel, or would repeating villains be boring for audiences?
Personally, Eddy, think that killing them off isn’t that good. I’d like it if they were pushed to the side for a while, but I mean it is kind of understandable with movies. In movies they try and make it big so they want some new crazy villain to strike at our hero and cause him problems. Normally villains dont evolve and get stronger/better, but just find out new ways to to cause terror. So the only way they’d bring them back is if a villain were to get more ‘villainous’. I don’t know if that even made sense. Hope you guys get what I mean.
If nightwing become a phoenix, would his costume/insignia change really that much? Just a random passing though.
If Nightwing became a phoenix his costume would look like Cyclops old one. They pretty much just share the same wardrobe.
which one of wolverine's sidekicks did you like the most, and who do u think was the best?
If we can count her I loved Armor the best sidekick for him I thought was Jubilee.