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 on: November 29, 2018, 04:12:32 PM 
Started by JDD01 - Last post by JDD01
Been wondering what that title means, well I've been making Indie superhero books with Nexgen as the 1st hero featured! There's gonna be more but it'll happen in a course of time so I'm sharing links to Stupendous Nexgen and NG in the Gilgamesh Connection below!

Nexgen in the Gilgamesh Connection 1 of 3

Also the store front where future issues will be featured
Well peace out my fellow Comic Otakus!

 on: September 05, 2018, 11:26:57 PM 
Started by Borjigin - Last post by Borjigin
My reaction was mixed. On the one hand, yeah I liked the way he fought, which was indeed much closer to how I think Iron Man and War Machine should fight. On the other hand, it reminded me of my great frustration that Iron Man and War Machine would never be allowed to fight like that by writers. They just don't see our boys as badasses the way we do.

 on: September 05, 2018, 04:22:23 AM 
Started by Borjigin - Last post by Iron Guy
Did you read the run in Punisher where he had the WM armor? Pretty satisfying read in my opinion. Frank using the suit the way I always thought that Rhodey would've. Of course Frank being Frank he was too much of a loose cannon & had to be stopped ( he did almost start a nuclear war after all ) but it was a real kick ass & take names kind of story.

 on: September 05, 2018, 04:16:28 AM 
Started by Iron Guy - Last post by Iron Guy
DAMN! I was ahead of my time with the whole WH staff going rogue on the President idea! The Duck's people dis-obeying orders & taking docs off of his desk so he won't see or sign them! I wish I had this kind of foresight with the lottery!  Grin

 on: September 03, 2018, 04:28:37 PM 
Started by Borjigin - Last post by Borjigin
Iron Man and the Mandarin appear in Punisher #1. It is quite stupidly written.

 on: August 12, 2018, 05:01:01 AM 
Started by Iron Guy - Last post by Iron Guy
I'm sure that any Trekkies on here have already heard about this. But I wanted to throw my own speculation about what it may be about out there. Obviously it's going to allow for the years that have gone by since Nemesis & Stewart said that Picard wouldn't be a Captain anymore. I think that they'll take a page from the books & comics & make him an Ambassador. However, instead of a usual posting that would lock him to 1 planet, they'll make him an Ambassador-At-Large. This would make him a diplomatic trouble-shooter. Whenever a political fire breaks out somewhere they send him in to put it out. He would have an office, probably on some Starbase, that he would only be using to file his reports & receive his next assignment. This would see him running off to different parts of the Galaxy every week dealing with a different problem. This would also see him rotating through different Starships as he would be traveling on whatever vessel was available to transport him & provide whatever mission support he needed. As a result he would be conferencing with a different Captain & senior staff. Which, of course, opens the door to seeing some familiar faces cropping up from time to time. 1 mission of particular importance might require the presence of both an Ambassador & an Admiral. Enter Admiral Riker & his personal Flagship the U.S.S. Titan to be his escort! I think this would work as a series. But we'll just have to wait & see what CBS throws out.

 on: August 10, 2018, 09:01:46 PM 
Started by Iron Guy - Last post by Stark Resilient
While I enjoyed Infinity War, I did feel it suffered from the sheer scope of the story and number of characters. Not enough time to really spend on any one scene or character. Hopefully Avengers 4 is able to focus a little more on some key characters.

I do hope they address the missing armor(s) given that the Infinity War armor is the Mark 50. A minor plot point, it would nevertheless drive me crazy to see 49 out of 50 suits identified. I'm assuming the Hulkbuster 2.0 is either the Mark 48 or 49.

I think Tony will have to go back to the 49 for A4.  Hulkbuster 2 is the 48.   I totally agree that skipping the 49 would drive me nuts as well.

 on: July 30, 2018, 07:11:34 PM 
Started by Borjigin - Last post by Stark Resilient
Gotta say, two issues in an this already has more promise than any of the runs that have come before it in the last 10 years or so.  Love see Slott bring back some classic villains and make reference to Shellhead's history.  I'm really looking forward to see where Slott will go.

 on: July 26, 2018, 03:43:40 AM 
Started by Iron Guy - Last post by Iron Guy
In the Thing/ Infamous Iron Man team up annual they've already laid the groundwork for turning Doom evil again. Sad. This idea had such potential as a redemption story with Doom having to struggle for years to prove himself & eventually gain trust, as it should be given his history. But it's that very perseverance that would've eventually proven his good intentions! But they've decided that he's more of a crowd pleaser as a bad guy. More's the pity.

 on: July 23, 2018, 10:30:06 PM 
Started by Borjigin - Last post by ADour
The second issue was fun as well, with more footing since all major elements have already been introduced. It's good to see more surprises coming, like Friday getting her own robot body. I have mixed feelings regarding Rhodey. While I'm partially bummed he'll stop wearing the War Machine Armor (for the time being at least), I'm extremely happy he's getting some development, and things like coming back from the dead are actually affecting him. Plus, he'll be piloting a tank, so it's a good alternative to keep him fighting that'll bring new interesting situations to the table.

I don't mind the fact that Slott is pushing for the use of many armors, but I don't see the point of switching suits in between issues just because. The normal-sized armor from last issue and the suit he wore this time don't see to differ too much in functionality, so I don't see the point of using new suits for the sake of it. It looked cool, too, reminded me of the Iron Man Armor from Spider-Man: Homecoming.

The underlying plot keeps getting more interesting, and Slott keeps using Iron Man supporting characters and villains to their full extent so far. I'm still not convinced with Tony's overly-rash personality, but I can't complain considering all the other things that this book is doing great.

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