And the point behind the Senate's involvement in BvS is that Superman DOES kill (earthlings). He just didn't mean to.
I understand the appeal of a world with no killing, and of a Hero who WILL NOT KILL, but when NOT killing a villain will almost assuredly result in the deaths of millions, then killing that villain becomes a PERSONAL sacrifice of the Hero's ideals. But a sacrifice for the better good.
Aye. Batman should've offed the Joker years ago...
And as soon as Metal sees it, we can discuss the interesting link this film has with The Walking Dead. Or at least bring it up.
I don't normally visit film review/discussion threads, but I'm sure somebody somewhere talked about it.
It was pretty OK, nothing spectacular. I've noticed people going crazy over the Vader scenes, and quite frankly, it was par for the course. I did not notice any character development between RoS and this film. People said it showed how vicious and evil he was as a sith. Pretty far reaching for the amount of screen time.
No, IF they want to flesh out Vader it's going to have to be in another film.
"If it's loud, and you need just that little bit more, mine goes to 11""Yeah but, couldn't you just make 10 louder?""But these all go to 11"
OR we could pretend this is a board for collectors and just share our faulty anecdotal childhood memories and skip the lectures and fact checking tutorials from someone who never bought comics as a kid."
"I think you could probably say 3+3=6 and someone on this board would give you grief about it, simply because it was you that said it." That's true, but the real question is, why do sooo many people feel this way?
If you post on a chatboard are you a Published Comic Historian?