i take it you weren't a big fan of the comics then Stuart?
I used to avidly read 2000AD Strudders. When I was 12.
But when I became a man I put away childish things.
lol @ a 'man' posting on a messageboard
i don't still buy/read comics but i think its cool that Holywood are now making films about the subject matter
same as any genre tho - there will be good films (Avengers 1) and bad ones (Green Lantern)
this 'Civil War' is by the same team that did 'Winter Soldier' which i thought was decent - so hopefully they won't fuck it up too badly
fair play Srudders, you 'bellend'. I have nothing but contempt for the endless slew of superhero balderdash being belched from Hollywood. It's a sausage machine of shite fed by gormless fanboys in their 30s who should know better. The more money piled into these thinly veneered cash cows, the less invested in more worthy projects.
At least you knew where you were when it was 'the troubles'. Growing up near the home of the British army meant I had many a decent day off school thanks to one of my mates faking an Irish accent and phoning the school office with the line 'there's going to be a bang'. Great days.
Poor old Derms. Sarshar is clearly a massive, MASSIVE hero of his, so I feel for him right now. He's disappointed in 'the Coester', but deep down wants him to surge back into contention with a double CD release akin to GU San Fran. He's in bits.