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Postby licyourface » Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:07 pm

splangy wrote:How do you like the sig idea, Lic?


It was a little macabre for me
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Postby splangy » Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:17 pm

It was a little macabre for me


Say what? If you're down with all of those people getting iced in the Madame Mirage comic, you've gotta be down with the macabre. Or it's just a nice way of saying it sucked. Oh well, Halloween's coming up. Put it on your door to scare kids away so you can keep the candy for yourself. Worked for me.
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Postby licyourface » Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:25 pm

I'm 34 years old, i dont read comic books anymore :D i just like the art work of the main character. i'm a wus when it comes to the gore factor.
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Postby splangy » Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:42 pm

I suppose I misinterpreted the whole "Let's Go to Comi-Con!" enthusiasm. I thought you were an avid reader based on that :) Being on this forum kinda got me back into comics. I bought about 50 bucks worth of them over the course of 3 weeks. Now, I think I'll have to bow out gracefully. I like comics, but damn that stuff's expensive.

Plus, I need that money to blow on other stuff I don't need. You know, like dvd's I'll watch once or twice then shelve them to collect dust.

Do you have any favorite comic characters? You know, purely from an aesthetic standpoint. I'm not calling you a fan-girl or anything :)
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Postby licyourface » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:06 pm

i read them growing up and am still fascinated and in love with all of it, thats why i'd love to go to comicon. i am a hardcore spiderman fan.
i love the super hero movies that arent a disgrace and i love shows like heroes and smallville
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Postby splangy » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:09 pm

favorite superhero movie?
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Postby licyourface » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:14 pm

hmm thats tough, probably xmen 2 followed closely by spiderman 2
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Postby splangy » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:17 pm

My fave is the original Superman, followed by Batman Begins.
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Postby shoehorn » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:38 pm

My fave is the original Superman, followed by Batman Begins.


Practically 100% in agreement. Can't wait for Dark Knight.
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Postby shoehorn » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:39 pm

Question:
Shouldn't this superhero movie crap be under movies...not TV shows...unless you're asking about our favorite superhero movies, but I read
favorite superhero movie?

to mean movie.
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Postby splangy » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:52 pm

Shouldn't this superhero movie crap be under movies

Indeed it should, DickitClickitLickit.

So, I have Time Warner cable and saw the pilot for the new NBC show Chuck in my free on-demand channel. It's good. Not great but good. I still need to watch the pilots for Journeyman and Bionic Woman.
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Postby licyourface » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:53 pm

shoehorn wrote:Question:
Shouldn't this superhero movie crap be under movies...not TV shows...unless you're asking about our favorite superhero movies, but I read to mean movie.

splangy wrote:favorite superhero movie?


oh it didnt go unnoticed, sometimes i just get bored with ball busting....however you just snapped me out of it. how about reading what you just posted and tell me if you think it makes sense :)
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Postby shoehorn » Mon Sep 17, 2007 1:57 pm

lol.....that was actually for you lic. Thought maybe you were losing it. What I said was, "Shouldn't this superhero movie crap be under movies...not TV shows...unless you're asking about our favorite superhero movies, but I read 'favorite superhero movie?' to mean movie."

DickitClickitLickit


It's actually Click it, Lick it, Dick it, Flick it. I've apparently lost the flick somewhere though.........
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Postby splangy » Mon Sep 17, 2007 2:00 pm

mine made sense, albeit off topic.

Speaking of off topic, Lic, I noticed something about your avatar. Is there an imperfection in the photo, or is something dripping down the right buttcheek? :) Just curious.
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Postby shoehorn » Mon Sep 17, 2007 2:11 pm

Oh how I miss Time Warner...Comcast was good too. Mediacom needs to go.

Heck, I remember the the Comcast in New England having nearly 10,000 movies in On-Demand.

Checked out the HD with Mediacom, they want 96.00 for a basic HD subscription and you get 9 HD stations. Five of which are already broadcast for free by the local stations. Assholes.

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