corny comic characters?

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    ^^lmao, who's that?
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    There's no perfect formula for making good comic and videogame movies. They're either really good or really bad. I wish I knew why.

    My theory is that it has to deal mostly with how devoted the fanbase is and whether they'll accept the story if it's a little off. Just look at the Spider-Man fandom (of which I am a member), they railed a little at the third movie, but overall it got favorable reviews even though they completely ruined Venom. (His teeth weren't nearly pointy enough.)





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    pfft I love archie and friends
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    Not at all, though I wouldn't decorate my whole house with them. Comic book collecting is a personal experience for most enthusiasts, rather than just an investment, and it is people like us (I collect them too) who purchase and keep them because we like them. If they happen to become valuable later so much the better. Besides, comics are the one true original American art form. If you like it, celebrate it.
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