Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by DallasEast, Sep 22, 2008.
That is all.
I love this friggin show.
Hey I had other things going on tonight. Is there somewhere online I can watch the show?
This is very late, but there are full episodes of both The Second Coming and The Butterfly Effect from last night on NBC.com:
Some one please tell me why I should watch this.
I am a HUGE MARVEL COMIC FAN, WOULD LOVE TO GET INTO THIS SHOW BUT I FEAR I MISSED THE 1ST 2 SEASON AND WILL NOT BE INTERESTED
SOMEONE PLEASE DO SOMETHING MY WIFE CANNT DO , PROVE ME WRONG AND CHANGE MY MIND.
I'm a big DC, Marvel and partial Dark Horse fan. Watch the show. It has a low-key graphic novel feel to it. Even if you have missed the first two seasons, you'll love it. Each season is a new storyline. However, if you want to catch up, some previous seasons' highlights are available on NBC.com and the DVDs are on sale pretty much everywhere.
Figured you was an Xman fan due to your username.
As far as trying to get into it now...I really doubt you could without seeing the first couple of seasons. Might be better to see them on DVD instead of trying to jump in now.
Heck I was watching last night and swear some things had changed, only because it has been close to a year since they had an episode but it seemed like things did not match up from how they left it.
LOL I am with you on the BOOOOO for DC comics
Loved Marvel and got into to Image, when some of the Guys left Marvel.
I think i am gonna watch this season and get the others on DVD for christmas.
I am really concerned if the main heros are real every day ordinary people or are they pompous arse like batman and superman
~ Here stands BrainPaint ~
They're everyday people. With powers. Although some are insane.
PS Batman's not pompous. :
Never cared for superman, batman, aquaman, now I liked Linda Carter as wonderwoman
I think the only DC comic I read back then was the new teen titans...that and Arak I think it was called.
Heroes kicked BUTT last night!
~giggles at how high this statement, is teed-up!~
Funny you should mention Aquaman. I've always wondered how a fight between him and Namor the Sub-Mariner would turn out.
My money's on Namor.
DC Comics had revamped Wonder Woman's image and abilities a great deal since the 70's/early 80's. She can even go a round with Superman now, mostly since they de-powered him a lot during the Crisis of Infinite Earths storyline back during the mid-80's. He can no longer move planets or run/fly faster than The Flash or hold his breath indefinitely, etc., etc.
I guess the main reason why I got hooked on DC was because I started buying those titles first. It wasn't until a year or so later that I started concentrating on collecting more that the one or two Marvel titles each week, why still grates on my nerves. There were a few issues of The Uncanny X-Men which I had just missed out on, like the introduction of Ororo Munroe. My collection of the Uncannies starts when Professor X puts together his new team of her, Logan, Thunderbird, etc., so there's a gap there that I regret not having.