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Batman, nice ; D I like Wolverine, but the last two X-Men movies are only "okay" for me.



"The Last of Us 2" is officially Game of the Year 2020, worldwide. Ghost of Tsushima-Artwork:

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KazumaKiryu said:
Is Spiderman your favorite west-hero or another guy (batman, hulk...?) ? @all

Spider-Man is my favorite superhero and might be my favorite character ever. The dichotomy between a person who has to deal with everyday issues and a superhero that's seen as confident, cool, and charming is really endearing to me. The fact that he chooses to be a superhero despite the fact that disrupts the way he lives his normal life strengthens the overall fact that he's a superhero. Peter Parker chooses to use his powers for good, despite the fact that adopting the persona makes his life much worse and he has to suffer for it. It means so much more that he uses his powers for good after seeing how much he has to struggle with his real life. He is the character that I relate to best and I think he serves as a great example of how people can be good despite their shortcomings.



 

 

KazumaKiryu said:
Is Spiderman your favorite west-hero or another guy (batman, hulk...?) ? @all

Spider-Man, Wolverine, Venom and Punisher are my favorites. I preordered the bundle btw.



Smartie900 said:
KazumaKiryu said:
Is Spiderman your favorite west-hero or another guy (batman, hulk...?) ? @all

Spider-Man is my favorite superhero and might be my favorite character ever. The dichotomy between a person who has to deal with everyday issues and a superhero that's seen as confident, cool, and charming is really endearing to me. The fact that he chooses to be a superhero despite the fact that disrupts the way he lives his normal life strengthens the overall fact that he's a superhero. Peter Parker chooses to use his powers for good, despite the fact that adopting the persona makes his life much worse and he has to suffer for it. It means so much more that he uses his powers for good after seeing how much he has to struggle with his real life. He is the character that I relate to best and I think he serves as a great example of how people can be good despite their shortcomings.

interesting comment, thanks! good to know.

Aeolus451 said:
KazumaKiryu said:
Is Spiderman your favorite west-hero or another guy (batman, hulk...?) ? @all

Spider-Man, Wolverine, Venom and Punisher are my favorites. I preordered the bundle btw.

thats cool !! looks really awesome, have fun then :)



"The Last of Us 2" is officially Game of the Year 2020, worldwide. Ghost of Tsushima-Artwork:

That's 100% Venom's spider emblem. Why does Spider-Man have it?



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Conina said:
They should have colored the console in red instead of a dark pink.

Maybe you should calibrate your monitor.



Errorist76 said:
Conina said:
They should have colored the console in red instead of a dark pink.

Maybe you should calibrate your monitor.

Maybe you should not try to defend every move Sony makes.

Pick the battles you can win.



Conina said:
Errorist76 said:

Maybe you should calibrate your monitor.

Maybe you should not try to defend every move Sony makes.

Pick the battles you can win.

What the heck are you talking about? Talking about pink when there’s no pink to be seen. Talking about being colourblind instead of a mistake Sony’s made.



Burning Typhoon said:
That's 100% Venom's spider emblem. Why does Spider-Man have it?

omg...spoiler tags please... [no spoils/end spoiling... :( ]

Now where did my html coding textbook go?



KazumaKiryu said:
Batman, nice ; D I like Wolverine, but the last two X-Men movies are only "okay" for me.

I agree with you.

Smartie900 said:
KazumaKiryu said:
Is Spiderman your favorite west-hero or another guy (batman, hulk...?) ? @all

Spider-Man is my favorite superhero and might be my favorite character ever. The dichotomy between a person who has to deal with everyday issues and a superhero that's seen as confident, cool, and charming is really endearing to me. The fact that he chooses to be a superhero despite the fact that disrupts the way he lives his normal life strengthens the overall fact that he's a superhero. Peter Parker chooses to use his powers for good, despite the fact that adopting the persona makes his life much worse and he has to suffer for it. It means so much more that he uses his powers for good after seeing how much he has to struggle with his real life. He is the character that I relate to best and I think he serves as a great example of how people can be good despite their shortcomings.

Spidy is good, his selfsacrifice is very real and tangible. Deku of my hero academia remembers him on this aspect. 



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