History Quotes / NinetiesAntihero

13th Jan '16 4:19:13 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''[[TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/ballistic-exks-vs-sever-2002-kaos/ on]] ''Film/BallisticEcksVsSever''

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-->-- '''[[TheSpoonyExperiment '''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/ballistic-exks-vs-sever-2002-kaos/ on]] ''Film/BallisticEcksVsSever''
26th Dec '15 9:03:12 PM nombretomado
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->''After a long absence, the original ComicBook/{{Thor}} returned to his own magazine, only to discover that comics in the nineties were very different to [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks what he remembered]]. But Thor quickly fit right in by going violently insane.''

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->''After a long absence, the original ComicBook/{{Thor}} returned to his own magazine, only to discover that comics in the nineties were very different to [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks what he remembered]]. But Thor quickly fit right in by going violently insane.''
5th Dec '15 5:11:17 AM hamonrye
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->''After a long absence, the original ComicBook/{{Thor}} returned to his own magazine, only to discover that comics in the nineties were very different to [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks what he remembered]]. But Thor quickly fit right in by going violently insane.''
-->-- '''''Marvel Year In Review 1993'''''

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->''"It seems that Ubisoft decided that {{emo}} culture was "in," so they went around the office one morning and fired everyone who was smiling. The Prince was suddenly staring out from under a black [[Music/TheCure Robert Smith]] fringe and [[GutturalGrowler growling angry threats]] at supercilious badass action girls showing off [[ChainmailBikini more flesh than a surgeon's convention]]."''
-->--'''''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation''''', ''Franchise/PrinceOfPersia Retrospective''

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->''"That's a character that Creator/MarkWaid invented that was really just put to me, like, 'come up with [[StylisticSuck the most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can]]' ...the scars, the thing going on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?"''
-->--'''Alex Ross''' on creating [[ComicBook/KingdomCome Magog]]



->''"It seems that Ubisoft decided that {{emo}} culture was "in," so they went around the office one morning and fired everyone who was smiling. The Prince was suddenly staring out from under a black [[Music/TheCure Robert Smith]] fringe and [[GutturalGrowler growling angry threats]] at supercilious badass action girls showing off [[ChainmailBikini more flesh than a surgeon's convention]]."''
-->--'''''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation''''', ''Franchise/PrinceOfPersia Retrospective''

->'''[[Creator/BenCroshaw Yahtzee:]]''' [=3D=] Realms of ''DukeNukemForever'' "fame" released a new trailer for a new game they're making called ''{{VideoGame/Bombshell}}''... It looked like a character by someone with a game design degree to show that they're doing some work; their ''first'' piece of concept art.\\
'''Gabriel:''' A fifteen year-old who just watched ''Film/TankGirl''.\\
'''Yahtzee:''' A lady in a bikini top with a punk hairstyle, and '''a cyborg arm'''. We have gone nowhere, 3D Realms, have we?\\
'''Gabriel''': We've REGRESSED! It was so uniquely terrible in every way, and the execution was 1990s-ish...\\
'''Yahtzee:''' I think that's [[InsultToRocks not giving the nineties any credit]] at all.\\
'''Gabriel:''' Yeah, y'know, I fuckin' take that back.
-->--''LetsPlay/LetsDrownOut'' ''Alien³'' (SNES)



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->'''[[Creator/BenCroshaw Yahtzee:]]''' [=3D=] Realms of ''DukeNukemForever'' "fame" released a new trailer for a new game they're making called ''{{VideoGame/Bombshell}}''... It looked like a character by someone with a game design degree to show that they're doing some work; their ''first'' piece of concept art.\\
'''Gabriel:''' A fifteen year-old who just watched ''Film/TankGirl''.\\
'''Yahtzee:''' A lady in a bikini top with a punk hairstyle, and '''a cyborg arm'''. We have gone nowhere, 3D Realms, have we?\\
'''Gabriel''': We've REGRESSED! It was so uniquely terrible in every way, and the execution was 1990s-ish...\\
'''Yahtzee:''' I think that's [[InsultToRocks not giving the nineties any credit]] at all.\\
'''Gabriel:''' Yeah, y'know, I fuckin' take that back.
-->--''LetsPlay/LetsDrownOut'' ''Alien³'' (SNES)



'''Linkara''': Oh yeah, he's as calm and gentle as a frickin' old lady bakin' cookies! I especially noticed that about him when he was shooting people in the head and kicking them off buildings!

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'''Linkara''': Oh yeah, he's as calm and gentle as '''[[InformedAttribute a frickin' old lady bakin' cookies! cookies!]]''' I especially noticed that about him when he was shooting people in the head and kicking them off buildings!buildings.



->''After a long absence, the original ComicBook/{{Thor}} returned to his own magazine, only to discover that comics in the nineties were very different to [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks what he remembered]]. But Thor quickly fit right in by going violently insane.''
-->-- '''Marvel Year In Review 1993'''

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->''"That's
a long absence, the original ComicBook/{{Thor}} returned to his own magazine, only to discover character that comics in Creator/MarkWaid invented that was really just put to me, like, 'come up with [[StylisticSuck the nineties were very different to [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks what he remembered]]. But Thor quickly fit right in by most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can]]' ...the scars, the thing going violently insane.''
-->-- '''Marvel Year In Review 1993'''
on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?"''
-->--'''Alex Ross''' on creating [[ComicBook/KingdomCome Magog]]
28th Sep '15 3:30:32 AM Laevatein
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->''After a long absence, the original ComicBook/{{Thor}} returned to his own magazine, only to discover that comics in the nineties were very different to [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks what he remembered]]. But Thor quickly fit right in by going violently insane.''
-->-- '''Marvel Year In Review 1993'''
7th Jun '15 5:45:15 PM johnnyfog
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->''"Despite being the antagonists in the {{Wrestling/WCW}} vs. [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] story, they still carried themselves like anti-heroes; too cool for school badasses with a lot of swagger. While it may have made the company [[MerchandiseDriven a ton of money on merchandise]] and kept interest in the faction and the angle at a fever pitch, it also made fundamental changes to the business and cut the heels (no pun intended) out from under other bad guys [[ShooOutTheClowns whose traditional tactics no longer held the same weight]], as well as [[GoodIsImpotent doing detrimental damage to the babyfaces]] who were opposing them."''

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->''"Despite being the antagonists in the {{Wrestling/WCW}} vs. [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] story, they still carried themselves like anti-heroes; too cool for school badasses with a lot of swagger. While it may have made the company [[MerchandiseDriven a ton of money on merchandise]] and kept interest in the faction and the angle at a fever pitch, swagger...it also made fundamental changes to the business and cut the heels (no pun intended) out from under other bad guys [[ShooOutTheClowns whose traditional tactics no longer held the same weight]], as well as [[GoodIsImpotent doing detrimental damage to the babyfaces]] who were opposing them."''
4th Jun '15 6:23:13 PM johnnyfog
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-->--'''[[http://whatculture.com/wwe/10-reasons-everyone-hated-kevin-nash-in-wcw.php/ Brad Hamilton]]''', "10 Reasons Why Everyone Hated KWrestling/KevinNash in WCW"

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-->--'''[[http://whatculture.com/wwe/10-reasons-everyone-hated-kevin-nash-in-wcw.php/ Brad Hamilton]]''', "10 Reasons Why Everyone Hated KWrestling/KevinNash Wrestling/KevinNash in WCW"
4th Jun '15 6:22:17 PM johnnyfog
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->''"...Maverick, who threatens to replace [[{{ComicBook/X-factor}} Shatterstar]], {{ComicBookk/Cable}} and [[FadSuper ADAM X THE X-TREME]] as the most í90s dude of all time. Maverick! Those others may have more legitimate claims to the throne, but between the cybernetic leg armor, the crotch harness, the bee-pattern mask that lets his hair flow free, a gun so improbable that two banana clips feed into a single rectangular lazer barrel and [[CreatorsPet ties to Wolverineís Mysterious Pastô]], Iím shocked that he didnít just [[RetGone wink out of existence]] on January 1, 2000."''

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->''"...Maverick, who threatens to replace [[{{ComicBook/X-factor}} Shatterstar]], {{ComicBookk/Cable}} Cable and [[FadSuper ADAM X THE X-TREME]] as the most í90s dude of all time. Maverick! Those others may have more legitimate claims to the throne, but between the cybernetic leg armor, the crotch harness, the bee-pattern mask that lets his hair flow free, a gun so improbable that two banana clips feed into a single rectangular lazer barrel and [[CreatorsPet ties to Wolverineís Mysterious Pastô]], Iím shocked that he didnít just [[RetGone wink out of existence]] on January 1, 2000."''
4th Jun '15 6:21:50 PM johnnyfog
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->''"In roughly the span of a page or so, [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider Kaine]] has dismantled the Kraven stand-in and kills him with his stupid 'Mark of Kaine' face-disfigurement move I canít even bother to want to explain. Yeah! Doesnít that make you want to go out and read a ''million'' Kaine comics right now? I mean what could be more interesting than scowling on a rooftop and then slapping around all of the interesting characters before offhandedly killing the bad guy? I'm sure at the time Marvel wrote the issues they were dreaming of a [[MerchandiseDriven Kaine ongoing series and Kaine underoos and Kaine video games]]."''

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->''"In roughly the span of a page or so, [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider Kaine]] has dismantled the Kraven stand-in and kills him with his stupid 'Mark of Kaine' face-disfigurement move I canít even bother to want to explain. Yeah! ->''"Yeah! Doesnít that make you want to go out and read a ''million'' Kaine comics right now? I mean what could be more interesting than scowling on a rooftop and then slapping around all of the interesting characters before offhandedly killing the bad guy? I'm sure at the time Marvel wrote the issues they were dreaming of a [[MerchandiseDriven Kaine ongoing series and Kaine underoos and Kaine video games]]."''



->''"Itís a bit of a cliché to suggest that writer and script editor Eric Saward didnít actually like ''Doctor Who''. Itís a bit of sensationalist nonsense that appears quite frequently in discussing his contributions to the series. The evidence most often cited in favour of this admittedly exaggerated position points out that Saward had a tendency to marginalise the Doctor within his stories, to portray the character as [[{{Deconstruction}} inefficient or ineffective within the context of an increasingly cynical universe]]... Still, Resurrection of the Daleks is a slightly more interesting case than the story that opens the following season. While both stories feature iconic monsters and the mercenary Lytton who evolves from a sinister cohort to a grim anti-hero, thereís a significant difference between them. [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen}} Attack of the Cybermen]] ends with the distinct impression that Lytton is the true hero of the piece and the Doctor is a narrow-minded fool who made little or no difference in the grand scheme of things. It feels like [[ArmedWithCanon a total rejection]] of the optimistic ethos of ''Doctor Who''."''

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->''"Itís a bit of a cliché to suggest that writer and script editor Eric Saward didnít actually like ''Doctor Who''. Itís a bit of sensationalist nonsense that appears quite frequently in discussing his contributions to the series. The evidence most often cited in favour of this admittedly exaggerated position points out that Saward had a tendency to marginalise the Doctor within his stories, to portray the character as [[{{Deconstruction}} inefficient or ineffective within the context of an increasingly cynical universe]]... Still, Resurrection of the Daleks is a slightly more interesting case than the story that opens the following season. While both stories feature iconic monsters and the mercenary Lytton who evolves from a sinister cohort to a grim anti-hero, thereís a significant difference between them. [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen}} ->''"[[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen}} Attack of the Cybermen]] ends with the distinct impression that Lytton is the true hero of the piece and the Doctor is a narrow-minded fool who made little or no difference in the grand scheme of things. It feels like [[ArmedWithCanon a total rejection]] of the optimistic ethos of ''Doctor Who''."''



->''"Before the [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] came around, heels were despicable villains who were largely cowards that audiences utterly despised and paid their hard-earned money in hopes of seeing them get beaten senseless. Wrestling/KevinNash and his New World Order buddies werenít having any of that.\\\
Despite being the antagonists in the {{Wrestling/WCW}} vs. nWo story, they still carried themselves like anti-heroes; too cool for school badasses with a lot of swagger. While it may have made the company [[MerchandiseDriven a ton of money on merchandise]] and kept interest in the faction and the angle at a fever pitch, it also made fundamental changes to the business and cut the heels (no pun intended) out from under other bad guys [[ShooOutTheClowns whose traditional tactics no longer held the same weight]], as well as [[GoodIsImpotent doing detrimental damage to the babyfaces]] who were opposing them."''
-->--'''[[http://whatculture.com/wwe/10-reasons-everyone-hated-kevin-nash-in-wcw.php/ Brad Hamilton]]''', "10 Reasons Why Everyone Hated Kevin Nash in WCW"

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->''"Before the [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] came around, heels were despicable villains who were largely cowards that audiences utterly despised and paid their hard-earned money in hopes of seeing them get beaten senseless. Wrestling/KevinNash and his New World Order buddies werenít having any of that.\\\
Despite
->''"Despite being the antagonists in the {{Wrestling/WCW}} vs. nWo [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] story, they still carried themselves like anti-heroes; too cool for school badasses with a lot of swagger. While it may have made the company [[MerchandiseDriven a ton of money on merchandise]] and kept interest in the faction and the angle at a fever pitch, it also made fundamental changes to the business and cut the heels (no pun intended) out from under other bad guys [[ShooOutTheClowns whose traditional tactics no longer held the same weight]], as well as [[GoodIsImpotent doing detrimental damage to the babyfaces]] who were opposing them."''
-->--'''[[http://whatculture.com/wwe/10-reasons-everyone-hated-kevin-nash-in-wcw.php/ Brad Hamilton]]''', "10 Reasons Why Everyone Hated Kevin Nash KWrestling/KevinNash in WCW"



->''"The acting blows. This is yet another example of people interpreting stoic and tortured with bored to tears. The normally fired up [[Creator/AntonioBanderas (Antonio) Bandaras]] is hunched over with a sleepy glaze over his eyes and he droooooonnnnnes out his lines like he drank [=NyQuil=] and stuffed his mouth with cotton balls before his shots. [[Creator/LucyLiu (Lucy) Liu]] similarly just walks around [[KubrickStare with a deadpan stare]] and gives a rare three word response to someone like "[[IllKillYou Iíll kill you]]" or "[[Film/RoadHouse Pain donít hurt]]"."''

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->''"The acting blows. This ->''"This is yet another example of people interpreting stoic and tortured with bored to tears. The normally fired up [[Creator/AntonioBanderas (Antonio) Bandaras]] is hunched over with a sleepy glaze over his eyes and he droooooonnnnnes out his lines like he drank [=NyQuil=] and stuffed his mouth with cotton balls before his shots. [[Creator/LucyLiu (Lucy) Liu]] similarly just walks around [[KubrickStare with a deadpan stare]] and gives a rare three word response to someone like "[[IllKillYou Iíll kill you]]" or "[[Film/RoadHouse Pain donít hurt]]"."''
9th May '15 7:45:20 AM johnnyfog
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->''"I smolder with generic rage"''
-->--'''''Webcomic/PennyArcade'''''[[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/12/03/ ]]

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->''"I smolder with generic rage"''
-->--'''''Webcomic/PennyArcade'''''[[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/12/03/ ]]



->T''"hat's a character that Creator/MarkWaid invented that was really just put to me, like, 'come up with [[StylisticSuck the most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can]]' ...the scars, the thing going on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?"''

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->T''"hat's ->''"That's a character that Creator/MarkWaid invented that was really just put to me, like, 'come up with [[StylisticSuck the most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can]]' ...the scars, the thing going on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?"''


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->''"In roughly the span of a page or so, [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider Kaine]] has dismantled the Kraven stand-in and kills him with his stupid 'Mark of Kaine' face-disfigurement move I canít even bother to want to explain. Yeah! Doesnít that make you want to go out and read a ''million'' Kaine comics right now? I mean what could be more interesting than scowling on a rooftop and then slapping around all of the interesting characters before offhandedly killing the bad guy? I'm sure at the time Marvel wrote the issues they were dreaming of a [[MerchandiseDriven Kaine ongoing series and Kaine underoos and Kaine video games]]."''
-->--'''''Blog/ToplessRobot''''', [[http://www.toplessrobot.com/2008/11/the_13_dumbest_spiderman_storiesjust_from_the_clon.php "The 13 Dumbest Spider-Man Stories...]] Just From ComicBook/TheCloneSaga"
14th Apr '15 7:56:26 PM johnnyfog
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->''"I smolder with generic rage"''
-->--'''''Webcomic/PennyArcade'''''[[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/12/03/ ]]



->That's a character that Creator/MarkWaid invented that was really just put to me, like, 'come up with [[StylisticSuck the most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can]]' ...the scars, the thing going on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?

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->That's ->T''"hat's a character that Creator/MarkWaid invented that was really just put to me, like, 'come up with [[StylisticSuck the most God awful, Rob Liefeld sort of design that you can]]' ...the scars, the thing going on with his eye, the arm, and what's with all the guns?guns?"''



->It has been said of {{ComicBook/Cable}} that no gun has been found to be too big for him. A fitting summary of his character.

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->It ->''"It has been said of {{ComicBook/Cable}} that no gun has been found to be too big for him. A fitting summary of his character."''



->...Maverick, who threatens to replace [[{{ComicBook/X-factor}} Shatterstar]], {{ComicBookk/Cable}} and [[FadSuper ADAM X THE X-TREME]] as the most í90s dude of all time. Maverick! Those others may have more legitimate claims to the throne, but between the cybernetic leg armor, the crotch harness, the bee-pattern mask that lets his hair flow free, a gun so improbable that two banana clips feed into a single rectangular lazer barrel and [[CreatorsPet ties to Wolverineís Mysterious Pastô]], Iím shocked that he didnít just [[RetGone wink out of existence]] on January 1, 2000.

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->...->''"...Maverick, who threatens to replace [[{{ComicBook/X-factor}} Shatterstar]], {{ComicBookk/Cable}} and [[FadSuper ADAM X THE X-TREME]] as the most í90s dude of all time. Maverick! Those others may have more legitimate claims to the throne, but between the cybernetic leg armor, the crotch harness, the bee-pattern mask that lets his hair flow free, a gun so improbable that two banana clips feed into a single rectangular lazer barrel and [[CreatorsPet ties to Wolverineís Mysterious Pastô]], Iím shocked that he didnít just [[RetGone wink out of existence]] on January 1, 2000."''



->Instead of serving as the deliciously targeted critique of fascist superheroics that it was, Rorschach got adopted as [[MisaimedFandom the iconic and default form]] of comic book vigilante for, basically, the next twenty years. The only major developments in the Rorschach concept were basically to add guns and robot arms.

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->Instead ->''"Instead of serving as the deliciously targeted critique of fascist superheroics that it was, Rorschach got adopted as [[MisaimedFandom the iconic and default form]] of comic book vigilante for, basically, the next twenty years. The only major developments in the Rorschach concept were basically to add guns and robot arms."''



->Itís a bit of a cliché to suggest that writer and script editor Eric Saward didnít actually like ''Doctor Who''. Itís a bit of sensationalist nonsense that appears quite frequently in discussing his contributions to the series. The evidence most often cited in favour of this admittedly exaggerated position points out that Saward had a tendency to marginalise the Doctor within his stories, to portray the character as [[{{Deconstruction}} inefficient or ineffective within the context of an increasingly cynical universe]]... Still, Resurrection of the Daleks is a slightly more interesting case than the story that opens the following season. While both stories feature iconic monsters and the mercenary Lytton who evolves from a sinister cohort to a grim anti-hero, thereís a significant difference between them. [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen}} Attack of the Cybermen]] ends with the distinct impression that Lytton is the true hero of the piece and the Doctor is a narrow-minded fool who made little or no difference in the grand scheme of things. It feels like a total rejection of the optimistic ethos of ''Doctor Who''.

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->Itís ->''"Itís a bit of a cliché to suggest that writer and script editor Eric Saward didnít actually like ''Doctor Who''. Itís a bit of sensationalist nonsense that appears quite frequently in discussing his contributions to the series. The evidence most often cited in favour of this admittedly exaggerated position points out that Saward had a tendency to marginalise the Doctor within his stories, to portray the character as [[{{Deconstruction}} inefficient or ineffective within the context of an increasingly cynical universe]]... Still, Resurrection of the Daleks is a slightly more interesting case than the story that opens the following season. While both stories feature iconic monsters and the mercenary Lytton who evolves from a sinister cohort to a grim anti-hero, thereís a significant difference between them. [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen}} Attack of the Cybermen]] ends with the distinct impression that Lytton is the true hero of the piece and the Doctor is a narrow-minded fool who made little or no difference in the grand scheme of things. It feels like [[ArmedWithCanon a total rejection rejection]] of the optimistic ethos of ''Doctor Who''."''



->Before the [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] came around, heels were despicable villains who were largely cowards that audiences utterly despised and paid their hard-earned money in hopes of seeing them get beaten senseless. Wrestling/KevinNash and his New World Order buddies werenít having any of that.\\\
Despite being the antagonists in the {{Wrestling/WCW}} vs. nWo story, they still carried themselves like anti-heroes; too cool for school badasses with a lot of swagger. While it may have made the company [[MerchandiseDriven a ton of money on merchandise]] and kept interest in the faction and the angle at a fever pitch, it also made fundamental changes to the business and cut the heels (no pun intended) out from under other bad guys [[ShooOutTheClowns whose traditional tactics no longer held the same weight]], as well as [[GoodIsImpotent doing detrimental damage to the babyfaces]] who were opposing them.

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->Before ->''"Before the [[Wrestling/NewWorldOrder nWo]] came around, heels were despicable villains who were largely cowards that audiences utterly despised and paid their hard-earned money in hopes of seeing them get beaten senseless. Wrestling/KevinNash and his New World Order buddies werenít having any of that.\\\
Despite being the antagonists in the {{Wrestling/WCW}} vs. nWo story, they still carried themselves like anti-heroes; too cool for school badasses with a lot of swagger. While it may have made the company [[MerchandiseDriven a ton of money on merchandise]] and kept interest in the faction and the angle at a fever pitch, it also made fundamental changes to the business and cut the heels (no pun intended) out from under other bad guys [[ShooOutTheClowns whose traditional tactics no longer held the same weight]], as well as [[GoodIsImpotent doing detrimental damage to the babyfaces]] who were opposing them."''



->It seems that Ubisoft decided that {{emo}} culture was "in," so they went around the office one morning and fired everyone who was smiling. The Prince was suddenly staring out from under a black [[Music/TheCure Robert Smith]] fringe and [[GutturalGrowler growling angry threats]] at supercilious badass action girls showing off [[ChainmailBikini more flesh than a surgeon's convention]].

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->It ->''"It seems that Ubisoft decided that {{emo}} culture was "in," so they went around the office one morning and fired everyone who was smiling. The Prince was suddenly staring out from under a black [[Music/TheCure Robert Smith]] fringe and [[GutturalGrowler growling angry threats]] at supercilious badass action girls showing off [[ChainmailBikini more flesh than a surgeon's convention]]."''



->The acting blows. This is yet another example of people interpreting stoic and tortured with bored to tears. The normally fired up [[Creator/AntonioBanderas (Antonio) Bandaras]] is hunched over with a sleepy glaze over his eyes and he droooooonnnnnes out his lines like he drank [=NyQuil=] and stuffed his mouth with cotton balls before his shots. [[Creator/LucyLiu (Lucy) Liu]] similarly just walks around [[KubrickStare with a deadpan stare]] and gives a rare three word response to someone like "[[IllKillYou Iíll kill you]]" or "[[Film/RoadHouse Pain donít hurt]]".

to:

->The ->''"The acting blows. This is yet another example of people interpreting stoic and tortured with bored to tears. The normally fired up [[Creator/AntonioBanderas (Antonio) Bandaras]] is hunched over with a sleepy glaze over his eyes and he droooooonnnnnes out his lines like he drank [=NyQuil=] and stuffed his mouth with cotton balls before his shots. [[Creator/LucyLiu (Lucy) Liu]] similarly just walks around [[KubrickStare with a deadpan stare]] and gives a rare three word response to someone like "[[IllKillYou Iíll kill you]]" or "[[Film/RoadHouse Pain donít hurt]]"."''
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