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davidspackage
May 16, 2007



Exciting Lemon

NoneMoreNegative posted:



The heroes, whispering: is anyone going to just come out and say it..?

"Punch him in the head, it's his weak point!"

"Oh... Okay... you do it."

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3D Megadoodoo
Nov 25, 2010

BENIS


Infinitum
Jul 30, 2004


Breathe a little deeper, should you need to come undone



Soiled Meat

bunnyofdoom
Mar 29, 2008

He wants to come in...




Laser nipples

Rhyno
Mar 22, 2003

Google Image Results for
"Sexy Guy Gardner"


bunnyofdoom posted:

Laser nipples

Nipples are not that high on the chest.

Darthemed
Oct 28, 2007

"A data unit?
For me?
"


College Slice


World of Mystery #4 (1956)


What If? #19 (1980)


The Adventures of Spider-Man #2 (1996)

Push El Burrito
May 9, 2006




Soiled Meat

bunnyofdoom posted:

Laser nipples

Tony loves his armored nipples.

davidspackage
May 16, 2007



Exciting Lemon

Rhyno posted:

Nipples are not that high on the chest.

The Iron Man of 2020 had some work done. By a really cheap plastic surgeon.

Splint Chesthair
Dec 27, 2004



Darthemed posted:

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What If? #19 (1980)


So Brando as Uncle Ben and Hackman as Osborn, right?

bunnyofdoom
Mar 29, 2008

He wants to come in...



Splint Chesthair posted:

So Brando as Uncle Ben and Hackman as Osborn, right?

Nah, Brando as Kingpin, Hackman as Doc Ock.

Ygolonac
Nov 26, 2007

pre:
*************
CLUTCH  NIXON
*************

The Hero We Need



Place items in mouth, crank arms for ULTIMATE SHREDDING ACTION!

bony tony
Aug 9, 2013



bunnyofdoom posted:

Nah, Brando as Kingpin, Hackman as Doc Ock.

I'm trying to think of who would play Peter in this example, but I'm drawing a blank. Was there a limber wiry comedian in 1980, who could also do acrobatics?

ImpAtom
May 24, 2007



bunnyofdoom posted:

Nah, Brando as Kingpin, Hackman as Doc Ock.

There is no way Kingpin would allow a movie depicting him as a villain to be made.

Yvonmukluk
Oct 10, 2012

There were...
ABSOLUTELY NO CONSEQUENCES.



bony tony posted:

I'm trying to think of who would play Peter in this example, but I'm drawing a blank. Was there a limber wiry comedian in 1980, who could also do acrobatics?

In this case, he's playing himself. I think it's the What If? where he stops the burglar, but only for publicity's sake and becomes a celebrity. Naturally he becomes an enormous jackass.

Woebin
Feb 6, 2006



Yvonmukluk posted:

In this case, he's playing himself. I think it's the What If? where he stops the burglar, but only for publicity's sake and becomes a celebrity. Naturally he becomes an enormous jackass.
Is Ben Reilly his stunt double?

Skwirl
May 13, 2007

The 'blood babe with the silicone chest, 200-dollar haircut, and a closet full of the latest fashions.

bony tony posted:

I'm trying to think of who would play Peter in this example, but I'm drawing a blank. Was there a limber wiry comedian in 1980, who could also do acrobatics?

Jackie Chan, make him an exchange student and have an American stand comedian dub him in the Spider-Man costume as a weird version of Christian Bale's Batman voice.

Thaddius the Large
Jul 5, 2006



bony tony posted:

I'm trying to think of who would play Peter in this example, but I'm drawing a blank. Was there a limber wiry comedian in 1980, who could also do acrobatics?

Billy Crystal maybe? Andy Kaufman? Add in Eddie Murphy and we’ve exhausted my knowledge of white comics from that era.

Skwirl
May 13, 2007

The 'blood babe with the silicone chest, 200-dollar haircut, and a closet full of the latest fashions.

bony tony posted:

I'm trying to think of who would play Peter in this example, but I'm drawing a blank. Was there a limber wiry comedian in 1980, who could also do acrobatics?

Like half the Brat Pack, 1980 was a year or two before he started getting big, but Michael J Fox woulda been near perfect.

Selachian
Oct 9, 2012



Skwirl posted:

Like half the Brat Pack, 1980 was a year or two before he started getting big, but Michael J Fox woulda been near perfect.

Yeah, I agree. The only alternative I can think of is Matthew Broderick, but he wouldn't be able to pull off Spidey's wisecracking the way Fox could. John Cusack might be decent as a sad-sack Peter Parker, but he was still a teenager at that point.

Woebin
Feb 6, 2006



Skwirl posted:

Like half the Brat Pack, 1980 was a year or two before he started getting big, but Michael J Fox woulda been near perfect.
Thanks for reminding me of this.

Skwirl
May 13, 2007

The 'blood babe with the silicone chest, 200-dollar haircut, and a closet full of the latest fashions.

Woebin posted:

Thanks for reminding me of this.


Lou Ferrigno Hulk in a movie made 13 years after his tv show started.

Phy
Jun 27, 2008





Fun Shoe

Skwirl posted:

Lou Ferrigno Hulk in a movie made 13 years after his tv show started.

That's only 3 years longer than the gap between Iron Man and Infinity War 1

Pastry of the Year
Apr 12, 2013



Yvonmukluk posted:

In this case, he's playing himself. I think it's the What If? where he stops the burglar, but only for publicity's sake and becomes a celebrity. Naturally he becomes an enormous jackass.

Correct. It's also written by the enormously underrated Peter Gillis.





{GIGANTIC PETER GILLIS DEFENSE RANT OMITTED HERE}

Pastry of the Year
Apr 12, 2013



On reflection: man, Pat Broderick sure wanted to be Michael Golden, huh?

How Wonderful!
Jul 18, 2006






I only have excellent ideas


Pastry of the Year posted:

the enormously underrated Peter Gillis.

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


Pastry of the Year posted:

Correct. It's also written by the enormously underrated Peter Gillis.




I love when newspaper/magazine articles in comics have something actually written in the text bits, instead of copy-pasted lorem ipsum gibberish. There's usually some gem like:

"gambling, prostitution, narcotics, and turning tennis balls into MacRonald Hamburgers" WHAT lol

Macdeo Lurjtux
Jul 5, 2011

BRRREADSTOOORRM!


bony tony posted:

I'm trying to think of who would play Peter in this example, but I'm drawing a blank. Was there a limber wiry comedian in 1980, who could also do acrobatics?

Robin Williams on a coke bender.

DivineCoffeeBinge
Mar 3, 2011

Spider-Man's Amazing Construction Company


Pastry of the Year posted:

{GIGANTIC PETER GILLIS DEFENSE RANT OMITTED HERE}

I want to read the rant

Sodomy Hussein
Oct 9, 2005

Everything is subject to the needs of intelligence, for geniuses like me. If we actually solve problems, people won't need me and people like me, and this is a travesty without end. You have to squeeze the poor so they know their place, and you fucking commies forget that.


Woebin posted:

Thanks for reminding me of this.


Even if this got made with the dream casting side of it, it's 1990 in superhero movies, so there's no integer that could describe the amount of poo poo this would suck.

Open Marriage Night
Sep 18, 2009

"Do you want to talk to a spider, Peter?"

Skwirl posted:

Lou Ferrigno Hulk in a movie made 13 years after his tv show started.

Want to guess what year Death Of The Incredible Hulk came out?

Selachian
Oct 9, 2012



Sodomy Hussein posted:

Even if this got made with the dream casting side of it, it's 1990 in superhero movies, so there's no integer that could describe the amount of poo poo this would suck.

I just noticed that the poster listed the director as Michael Ritchie, who at that point had not made a good movie since the 1970s (okay, Wildcats wasn't horrible or anything). Interesting choice.

Random Stranger
Nov 27, 2009




Blue Beetle #14

Pastry of the Year
Apr 12, 2013



DivineCoffeeBinge posted:

I want to read the rant

lmao you most certainly do not

muscles like this!
Jan 17, 2005



Demon Slayer, an example of why Tanjro is the best boy. (read right to left)


Toshimo
Aug 23, 2012

Must be fuckin' nice!


muscles like this! posted:

Tanjro is the best boy.

The gently caress did you just say?!?

scary ghost dog
Aug 5, 2007
Probation
Can't post for 22 days!


muscles like this! posted:

Demon Slayer, an example of why Tanjro is the best boy. (read right to left)




the plot of this manga is pretty boilerplate but the art is very cute and expressive and it did the best thing a manga can do: it ended

Lurdiak
Feb 25, 2006

I believe in a universe that doesn't care, and people that do.


scary ghost dog posted:

the plot of this manga is pretty boilerplate but the art is very cute and expressive and it did the best thing a manga can do: it ended

How many parts is One Piece at, and do they know what the One Piece is yet.

Begemot
Oct 14, 2012

Hm...



Lurdiak posted:

How many parts is One Piece at, and do they know what the One Piece is yet.

It's closing in on 1000 chapters, and no of course we don't.

Synthbuttrange
May 6, 2007
Probation
Can't post for 7 days!


Its soap opera for kids, why would you end it. :v

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Mulva
Sep 13, 2011

LET THIS PICTURE OF AN ADORABLE KITTEN FOOL YOU


Begemot posted:

It's closing in on 1000 chapters, and no of course we don't.

Yeah we do. The totality of what it means and how it delivered the information is still up for grabs, but what Roger found is known. And why the island is called "Laugh Tale".

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