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Old 05-10-2004, 01:33 AM   #11
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DC Comics is the bomb. But i still have to stick with marvel.
DC is bomb, but yea guess I gotta go w/ Marvel too.
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i like marvel for the unusual and dc follows a lot of roman mythology if you read close enough
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heavy metal is kick A$$ my dad gave me the first comic ever produced and i have both movies
Yea it is, I ****** loved that movie. I remember years ago, gettin real stoned and watchin that movie, (HM) it was a trip. So was Felix! They don't make 'em like that no more!
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off topic but you want to talk about a wild movie? well how about pink floyd the wall?
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Not that I would condone that behavior,...yada yada....
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off topic but you want to talk about a wild movie? well how about pink floyd the wall?
Yea that was wild! I really liked it, but most p[eople that I've known who saw it, thought it sucked! I thought it was great!
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they just didnt understand the meaning. how bout those animations and that music?
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www.superherohype.com - best superhero movie site ever.

But if I have to say which superhero is my favorite... its Ghost Rider all the way. I mean, hes a biker guy, whose skin melts off and head catches on fire, then he procedes to beat the crap out people forcing them to deal with their sins tenfold.. What a freakin badass...
SpiderMan = uber pimp
Spawn = uber pimp with his mask on
X-Men were alright.. personally.. I hate wolverine(in the comics/cartoon).. 'bub' just gets on my nerves... in the movies he was cool though..

Anime is pretty awesome. I actually really liked the idea of that 'Witchhunter Robin' show. And of course.. Manga is always a good choice for anime movies.

And no.. i'm not a comic book nerd.. I just used to be..
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been to that site. i love it and hey i'm still a comic book nerd
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It was awesome! I loved that, that reminds me,..I got to see if it'* on DVD yet! It IS a classic!
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