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Now I have to ship Namor and Prince Sidon. Look what you did.
Now why you wanna do that poor Sidon? Guy deserves better than Namor.
Dating Namor is like low class. Its like kissing an in-law.
Edited by slimcoder on Feb 20th 2020 at 9:26:49 AM
Didn't think Richard would elicit such a response.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised that he's more controversial than I realized.
It's less that he's controversial and more that years and years and years of storylines where Reed causes the main problem, and hundreds of instances of him being a dick or out-of-touch or inhumanly technocratic have added up to a subculture of people who love to dunk on him.
He's still a better partner than Namor at least.
Seriously if find yourself dating Namor than you've officially hit rock-bottom.
That sounds eerily similar to Doom's behavior towards him, except that has a lot to do with Doom's ego than anything else.
I guess it doesn't help Richard gets shilled a lot when to a Crisis Crossover
To be fair, when your universe has a character that's so smart he can invent a solution in literal seconds for the sake of plot convenience, who else are you gonna turn to? Ziggy Pig? Silly Seal?
Dr. Strange when they let him not hindered by plot convenience.
Though he'll sell his soul to the devil.
...... That is if he still had a soul anymore. His solution to every problem is forbidden eldritch magic that threatens the universe.
The point I'm trying to get at is, whenever crossovers with big threats happen, the ones that solve everything are usually the characters who can practically make a "solve this" button.
Is that how they nerf Strange as of late? Cuz I know about that Damnation event was caused solely by him & Wong had to form his own superhero group to clean Strange's mess.
I mean, they were both in the Illuminati if that means anything. Which ultimately caused more problems than solving them
Screwing a fish monster isn't the issue. Trying to screw a fish monster that is in a committed relationship is what makes Namor low-level scum.
Another round of free DLC outfits.
Did a little bit more of Wakanda.
I'd like to experiment, but every time I do, I get passive aggressively railroaded into just use the X-Men, and use only Wolverine and Deadpool because they heal.
At this point, I do find the group useful, but I like to experiment as well, especially since it's my first run through the game, but I also don't feel like arguing about it either.
I was kinda enjoying Storm, but not I'm either Deadpool or Wolverine...because we all know we can't have enough of those two...and I like them both.
If anything Reed tends to be about 50/50 in Crisis Crossovers. If they want him to be the solution, he can build a solution out of a pile of junk if he has to. But if they don't want him involved, they have him pull the "I did math, and it turns out you're all wrong - and no I won't explain why - so have fun getting killed!" card and leave everyone in the lurch.
Edited by KnownUnknown on Mar 20th 2020 at 10:45:21 AM
Wonder if you could get all the geniuses out of the way for a bit because someone tricked them into something like a game of fourth dimensional Jenga.
Trailer for Fantastic Four DLC that comes out Today.
Also, this DLC pack includes the extra story campaign which serves as the epilogue to the game's main story campaign.
Edited by primenumber101 on Mar 26th 2020 at 4:46:42 AM
Why does Reed have a beard?
In current comics, Reed has been bearded. I think he grew it in the leadup to Secret Wars where it was a sorrow beard. And then he kept it going and still has it even in the latest comics I've seen him in.
Its a bad look on him.
Edited by Bocaj on Mar 26th 2020 at 8:43:16 AM
I feel like Thor's the only one that can pull off a full beard without looking strange.
Though speaking of I have seen Dr Strange pull one off
Reed hasn't been clean-shaven in the comics for a while now.
I thought Richard had that beard for the last 5 years or so?
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How well does it match the trope?