Merrick, Male, child of the 80s, this blog is for comics, movies, and whatever nonsense I feel like posting about.
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I always hate that definition.
Can an actual human do what the character does? No.
Do they fight enemies with superhuman abilities? Yes.
Do they wear a flashy costume that is not at all practical in the real world? Yes.
Then they’re a superhero
You’re just as likely to meet someone who can fly like Superman as you are to meet someone who can master 137 martial arts, is a master detective, inventor, chemist, psychological analyst and all like Batman.
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So I checked out The Scribbler because, well, I’m a sucker for both movies with neuro-atypical protagonists and superhero movies, and I have to do something I didn’t think I’d do…
Go “WHAT THE FUCK?” to the writers of Arrow.
I mean, Katie Cassidys character here (even with the mental issues) is closer to comics Dinah Lance than her character on the show, and she pulls it off very well.
I still love Caity Lotz’s Canary, and don’t want to see that character killed off, but now I do wish the writers had done better by Dinah/Laurel.
Jack Swagger couldn’t do it…
Big E couldn’t do it…
Mark Henry couldn’t do it…
Who’s gonna stop Rusev? Who else but the man who RAN RUSEV OUT OF NXT!
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and the stream stuttered like hell during the finish of the main event.
And that was an awkward finish.
Seriously what’s the logic of Seth doing that from a storyline perspecive?
Oh well, guess the Lesnar/Cena feud continues.
and I was too busy rebutting the obvious flaws in a stupid post to really enjoy the divas match.
I’d have preferred Paige held onto the title, but if Paige had to drop the belt tonight, I’m glad it was to AJ.
We know why.
Don’t forget Charlie Sheen. He’s been arrested for domestic violence at least six times and shot a woman. With a gun. And he’s still got a career.
Also Sean Penn, Sean Bean and Gary Oldman s’il vous plait
Michael Fassbender is another one
Gary Oldman was acquited with his children and nanny all saying the claims were false. His children stated multiple times the woman (his exwife) was emotionally abusive and manipulative to them and would often threaten them. It’s not unheard of for child abusers to pin there abuse on their spouse.
Also to clarify Sean Penn and Charlie Sheen didn’t just abuse women they literally tortured them.
Googling the Nic Cage thing, the only thing I turn up on him and domestic violence is him and his wife having an argument where he hit cars. There’s not even an allegation he struck his wife, who had absolutely no injuries
Gee, I wonder why the guy we have video evidence of him knocking his wife out and the guy we have photos of his girlfriend beaten beyond recognition are the faces of domestic abusers!
If the difference was race (which is the obvious suggestion of the photo) then why aren’t Kobe Bryant, Floyd Mayweather, Mike Tyson, Dennis Rodman, James Brown, Terrance Howard, Billy Dee Williams, John Singleton, Flavor Flav and others all on the “Faces of domestic violence” side?
Hell even with the evidence, Chris Brown’s just holds on because he keeps making an ass out of himself. Give Ray Rice a decade and if he doesn’t do it again, he won’t be the face of domestic violence anymore either.
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You know, I’m hesitant to say anything bad about the Bellas because I met them at a con, and they were both sweet in person… but goddamn Brie can’t act.