Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by smell my finger, Aug 2, 2008.
don't kill me, I have no idea ... I've just been waiting for it to finish before I read it
yeah, it's been over for a while now.
it's almost been a year
link? or is that not kosher here
i hate anti-scan fags
that story was disappointing ... but thanks for the scans
I wonder if anti-scan people also try to burn down libraries where you can borrow a comic book without ever having any intention of buying it...
what are these 'libraries' you speak of
The Hulk's invulnerability was played up very well. He survives a slew of attacks that would pulverize most any other hero/villian, even so called generally "invulnerable" ones. They throw everything they've got at him, one crazy ass move right after another.
But I personally felt his strength levels were not depicted well at all. His thunderclaps and stomps and such he does were well done I guess, but I noticed a lot of characters took a full force hits straight on from the Hulk, who is supposedly stronger here than he has ever been, and not only got up to live to tell the tale, but also came fighting back.
I was under the impression that he was so strong now that one hit from him would literally pulverize you.
I suppose one could argue he was constantly "holding" back, except for a few fights that I won't ruin for the thread starter. Anybody else notice this?
yeah, i assume it's what you just mentioned because cho is always talking about how the hulk has never actually fucked someone up for good
but i was supremely pissed that he didn't finish the thing off for good, god i want him dead so bad
The libraries in King County in WA state carry comic books - I thought most libraries elsewhere did the same.
Never seen a library carry comic books. Magazines and DVDs are another story though, people treat the library like a goddamn video store.
Also, I thought they made it clear he was being a bitch and holding back so he didn't permanently hurt anyone. The end was such a cop-out though.