History YMMV / Galactus

20th Aug '17 2:20:12 AM MicoolTNT
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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: A lot of people feel this way about the "Lifebringer" change to Galactus in ''ComicBook/TheUltimates2015''. Besides just ''looking'' a bit weird, it also ruins the point of his character -- that he's destined to give back to the universe when it ends, creating the next universe. In fact, this enw Galactus seems to do the polar opposite of this -- he prolongs the life of the current universe. While some are happy to see him as something resembling a heroic figure, a lot of people prefer his old StatusQuo, and this seems to include writer Dan Slott, who had the Silver Surfer complain about Galactus being all wrong in his ''Silver Surfer'' run.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: A lot of people feel this way about the "Lifebringer" change to Galactus in ''ComicBook/TheUltimates2015''. Besides just ''looking'' a bit weird, it also ruins the point of his character -- that he's destined to give back to the universe when it ends, creating the next universe. In fact, this enw new Galactus seems to do the polar opposite of this -- he prolongs the life of the current universe. While some are happy to see him as something resembling a heroic figure, a lot of people prefer his old StatusQuo, and this seems to include writer Dan Slott, who had the Silver Surfer complain about Galactus being all wrong in his ''Silver Surfer'' run.
16th Aug '17 8:17:28 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* FridgeHorror: In ''Annihilation'', it is revealed by Thanos that the Power Cosmic displaces [[spoiler: and destroys]] the soul of Galactus's Heralds. [[spoiler: No afterlife for them.]]
16th Aug '17 8:17:11 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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** Maybe not. The word "soul" is often used metaphorically; and even if it's literal in this case, it's still possible that death can restore a Herald's soul anyway.


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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: A lot of people feel this way about the "Lifebringer" change to Galactus in ''ComicBook/TheUltimates2015''. Besides just ''looking'' a bit weird, it also ruins the point of his character -- that he's destined to give back to the universe when it ends, creating the next universe. In fact, this enw Galactus seems to do the polar opposite of this -- he prolongs the life of the current universe. While some are happy to see him as something resembling a heroic figure, a lot of people prefer his old StatusQuo, and this seems to include writer Dan Slott, who had the Silver Surfer complain about Galactus being all wrong in his ''Silver Surfer'' run.
19th May '17 6:24:39 PM Scabbard
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* {{Woolseyism}}: Can you whitstand the omnipotence (And {{Narm}}) of a devourer or worlds known in Latin America as Alberto El Hambriento [[note]]Albert The Hungry[[/note]]?

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* {{Woolseyism}}: Can you whitstand the omnipotence (And (and {{Narm}}) of a devourer or worlds known in Latin America as Alberto El Hambriento [[note]]Albert The Hungry[[/note]]?
27th Apr '17 7:51:12 AM Peridonyx
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** However, he's still humble enough to invoke AGodIAmNot, believing that power alone doesn't automatically make one a god.

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** However, he's still humble enough to invoke AGodIAmNot, believing that power alone doesn't automatically make one a god. And yet he '''''still''''' manages to explain it in an AwesomeEgo fashion.
27th Apr '17 7:47:54 AM Peridonyx
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** However, he's still humble enough to invoke AGodIAmNot, believing that power alone doesn't automatically make one a god.
9th Mar '17 1:56:50 PM FateStayWho
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* AwesomeEgo: He's frequent to boast how superior he is to his opposition, and he looks damn awesome doing it. Plus, nine out of ten times he can back up everything claims and then some.
23rd Dec '16 9:14:13 AM Peridonyx
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** Maybe not. The word "soul" is often used metaphorically; and even if it's literal in this case, it's still possible that death can restore a Herald's soul anyway.
10th Jan '16 9:50:23 AM sampacm
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* {{Woolseyism}}: Can you whitstand the omnipotence (And {{Narm}}) of a devourer or worlds known in Latin America as Alberto El Hambriento [[note:translated]]Albert The Hungry[[/note]]?

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* {{Woolseyism}}: Can you whitstand the omnipotence (And {{Narm}}) of a devourer or worlds known in Latin America as Alberto El Hambriento [[note:translated]]Albert [[note]]Albert The Hungry[[/note]]?
10th Jan '16 9:49:30 AM sampacm
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* {{Narm}}[=/=]{{Woolseyism}}: Can you whitstand the omnipotence of a devourer or worlds known in Latin America as Alberto El Hambriento [[note]]Albert The Hungry[[/note]]?

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* {{Narm}}[=/=]{{Woolseyism}}: {{Woolseyism}}: Can you whitstand the omnipotence (And {{Narm}}) of a devourer or worlds known in Latin America as Alberto El Hambriento [[note]]Albert [[note:translated]]Albert The Hungry[[/note]]?
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