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Wow, I also thought the iPhone 5 was underwhelming but you made a colossal point by saying it's just the disappointing OS.
Thought I would leave this with you.
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You know, now that watchman was brought up it makes me wonder other countries interpretations of that book. I find most Americans are on "Team Rorschach) which i feel can't have been Moore's own political ideology. Though I suppose that's why Watchmen is so good. He's able to present a situation where all philosophies have faults (which they all do.) and not make one side come out like a raging strawman arguement. Well I suppose except fascism... but I mean, you'd have to be a genius to figure out how to make fascism look good.
Studying other countries superheroes is fascinating. I've been finding other superheroes for different countries because between the media i knew it was pretty much just the United states, Japan, China, Canada and the UK with more then a handful. Pretty much every Brazilian hero i've read about either got his power from aliens, or from corrupt government experiments/became a batman type vigilante because of corrupt government officials. Makes Brazil seem pretty unflattering government wise. Meanwhile Italy seems to have a lot of anti-heroes, but not in the punisher sense. More in the, Criminal that only targets criminals sense, and isn't afraid use violent means to achieve it. They even seem to have a couple who start out as regular criminals and then reform.
Hey whats going on? Working on any new comic books? Someone was talking to me about you but I cannot remember who. Maybe Hamal? Or Katal?
So what is your next book series you plan on reading?
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I actually stepped foot inside a comic book shop yesterday. I was mainly looking at board games while there but then decided to ask the owner if there were any newer comics that were sort of like Cowboy Bebop or Archer type humor. He then suggested Wormwood Gentleman Corpse and I just finished the first volume. I thought it was pretty bad ass (a little expensive considering I dropped 20 on it) but I enjoyed it. I will probably pick up the other issues. He also suggest Chew (I believe that is what it is called), but they didn't have the first issue (sold out) so I will maybe check it out next time I go back to the shop. Anyways, I thought about you and your comic when finally reading comics again myself.
You're back! Good to see some of the old chaps returning to the boards!
While the first couple seasons of DS9 were boring (I liked season 3). I enjoy them just because it shows the characters at their beginnings. DS9's main strength to me is character development. I can't think of a television or movie that develops so many characters and puts them in serious "major changes" that change their personalities, in such a believable way. Nearly every character changes in a distinct way to the point where you just need a couple conversations to see how the characters act and react to know what season it is.
Well Except Rom. Rom's personality change is quite jarring.
I compare that to The Next Generation where i only have a vague sense of what season it is by the uniforms and whether or not Riker is bearded. I know Star Trek didn't have a character driven focus but you'd think all the things they've done would change their characters more.
Hey, really glad to see you're posting again. We're gonna need all the help we can get.
liked what i saw in your comic book. welcome back.