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#1339 - Ah dude I see where you're coming from. The fanbase for him is…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
User avatar #1354 - payseht (02/25/2014) [-]
It's been years since I've read Spawn, but didn't he sell his soul to be with his wife again?
#1363 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
Depends on the continuity. Spawn has so man alti-verses it isn't funny.
But in the original he's a mercenary who's comrades betrayed him and killed him so he sold his soul to "satan" they don't call him in this. His name is something else, I just can't remember. to see his wife and to kill the dude's who betrayed him. Once he finishes the dead he stays on Earth with the Hellspawn symbiote and fights evil with evil. He also has the coolest suit of any hero in my opinion.
User avatar #1340 - ljxjlos (02/25/2014) [-]
I´ve never read Spawn, to be honest - just starting to get into comics. My favorite is probably Wolverine. While one of his heaviest character points is that he definitely is NOT human, he feels pretty human to me. He suffered more than most other heroes I know of, definitely IS amongst the darker side, but still isn´t just this one side. He has dozens of sides, being a murderer, a monster, completely insane and close to being no more than a murdering animal - on the other side, he´s a teacher, a school director, risking everything to make the world a better place for his people.

Batman on the other side always felt too one-sided to me.
User avatar #1364 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
I feel you brother. If you like character's with struggle and character development, check out The Crimson Empire Saga from Star Wars.
You don't need any prior existing knowledge on star wars to pick it up and start reading. All you really need to know is who the Royal Guards were (The dudes in Red Coats).
It's really cool and shows the darker side to the star wars universe. It also shows a dude struggle against who he is and what he's been trained to be.
#1336 - How so? Not trying to argue, just curious. I love Batman,…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
User avatar #1337 - ljxjlos (02/25/2014) [-]
I should have worded myself differently...Batman is the most-overrated comic book hero ever.
I mean, nothing against your tastes, but imo, Batman will always stay a badly written incarnation of teenage angst - dozens of other heroes had way, way worse backstories and only batman became as edgy as he is.
And even worse are 95% of the fans who are like "Give Batman 3 seconds preparation time and he could defeat the Justive League, Lantern Corps, The Avengers AND the X-Men with a toothpick - BECAUSE HE`S THE GODDAMN BATMAN!" - I´ve hardly ever met a more annoying fanbase and that includes even My little Pony and the furrydom...
User avatar #1339 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
Ah dude I see where you're coming from. The fanbase for him is littered with idiots. He's a man in a costume, not a goddamn invincible man. And while I do like him, I wouldn't say I'm in his fanbase. I just happen to like his character and setting more since I prefer darker stuff. But in that sense of love towards darkness, I'd say Spawn from Image Comics is the best example. I don't get why people think Batman is the ultimate "Dark Knight" when there's literally an anti-hero who sold his soul to satan to kill some dude.
User avatar #1354 - payseht (02/25/2014) [-]
It's been years since I've read Spawn, but didn't he sell his soul to be with his wife again?
#1363 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
Depends on the continuity. Spawn has so man alti-verses it isn't funny.
But in the original he's a mercenary who's comrades betrayed him and killed him so he sold his soul to "satan" they don't call him in this. His name is something else, I just can't remember. to see his wife and to kill the dude's who betrayed him. Once he finishes the dead he stays on Earth with the Hellspawn symbiote and fights evil with evil. He also has the coolest suit of any hero in my opinion.
User avatar #1340 - ljxjlos (02/25/2014) [-]
I´ve never read Spawn, to be honest - just starting to get into comics. My favorite is probably Wolverine. While one of his heaviest character points is that he definitely is NOT human, he feels pretty human to me. He suffered more than most other heroes I know of, definitely IS amongst the darker side, but still isn´t just this one side. He has dozens of sides, being a murderer, a monster, completely insane and close to being no more than a murdering animal - on the other side, he´s a teacher, a school director, risking everything to make the world a better place for his people.

Batman on the other side always felt too one-sided to me.
User avatar #1364 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
I feel you brother. If you like character's with struggle and character development, check out The Crimson Empire Saga from Star Wars.
You don't need any prior existing knowledge on star wars to pick it up and start reading. All you really need to know is who the Royal Guards were (The dudes in Red Coats).
It's really cool and shows the darker side to the star wars universe. It also shows a dude struggle against who he is and what he's been trained to be.
#1332 - What's it about? It looks interesting. 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1331 - Picture 02/25/2014 on /books/ board +2
#1330 - Batman comics are the best.  [+] (8 new replies) 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1335 - ljxjlos (02/25/2014) [-]
Batman comics are the *most over-rated.

Don´t worry, typos happen to everyone.
User avatar #1336 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
How so? Not trying to argue, just curious.
I love Batman, and while I do think he is definitely one of the most over-paraded heroes, most of the comics are pretty damn good and the character himself is pretty cool.
User avatar #1337 - ljxjlos (02/25/2014) [-]
I should have worded myself differently...Batman is the most-overrated comic book hero ever.
I mean, nothing against your tastes, but imo, Batman will always stay a badly written incarnation of teenage angst - dozens of other heroes had way, way worse backstories and only batman became as edgy as he is.
And even worse are 95% of the fans who are like "Give Batman 3 seconds preparation time and he could defeat the Justive League, Lantern Corps, The Avengers AND the X-Men with a toothpick - BECAUSE HE`S THE GODDAMN BATMAN!" - I´ve hardly ever met a more annoying fanbase and that includes even My little Pony and the furrydom...
User avatar #1339 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
Ah dude I see where you're coming from. The fanbase for him is littered with idiots. He's a man in a costume, not a goddamn invincible man. And while I do like him, I wouldn't say I'm in his fanbase. I just happen to like his character and setting more since I prefer darker stuff. But in that sense of love towards darkness, I'd say Spawn from Image Comics is the best example. I don't get why people think Batman is the ultimate "Dark Knight" when there's literally an anti-hero who sold his soul to satan to kill some dude.
User avatar #1354 - payseht (02/25/2014) [-]
It's been years since I've read Spawn, but didn't he sell his soul to be with his wife again?
#1363 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
Depends on the continuity. Spawn has so man alti-verses it isn't funny.
But in the original he's a mercenary who's comrades betrayed him and killed him so he sold his soul to "satan" they don't call him in this. His name is something else, I just can't remember. to see his wife and to kill the dude's who betrayed him. Once he finishes the dead he stays on Earth with the Hellspawn symbiote and fights evil with evil. He also has the coolest suit of any hero in my opinion.
User avatar #1340 - ljxjlos (02/25/2014) [-]
I´ve never read Spawn, to be honest - just starting to get into comics. My favorite is probably Wolverine. While one of his heaviest character points is that he definitely is NOT human, he feels pretty human to me. He suffered more than most other heroes I know of, definitely IS amongst the darker side, but still isn´t just this one side. He has dozens of sides, being a murderer, a monster, completely insane and close to being no more than a murdering animal - on the other side, he´s a teacher, a school director, risking everything to make the world a better place for his people.

Batman on the other side always felt too one-sided to me.
User avatar #1364 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
I feel you brother. If you like character's with struggle and character development, check out The Crimson Empire Saga from Star Wars.
You don't need any prior existing knowledge on star wars to pick it up and start reading. All you really need to know is who the Royal Guards were (The dudes in Red Coats).
It's really cool and shows the darker side to the star wars universe. It also shows a dude struggle against who he is and what he's been trained to be.
#1329 - Metro 2033. I know there's been some video game adaptions … 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1328 - The Dark Knight Returns animated movies. Seriously dude, t… 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1327 - If you want to read in order, and have a fairly good grasp on … 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1326 - The Watchmen came after Batman. But something that's worth… 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1325 - Do comics count? The only books I've invested in so far this y… 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1324 - I haven't read pass Death of The Family in Nu52 so I can't say… 02/25/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1305 - I get what he's saying, but I can't say I 100% agree with him.… 02/24/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1300 - Lmao I can sum it up pretty easily. America and Russ…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/24/2014 on /books/ board 0
User avatar #1302 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
also, in case you missed Alan Moore on modern comics:
“Now, see, I haven’t read any superhero comics since I finished with Watchmen. I hate superheroes. I think they’re abominations. They don’t mean what they used to mean. They were originally in the hands of writers who would actively expand the imagination of their nine- to 13-year-old audience. That was completely what they were meant to do and they were doing it excellently. These days, superhero comics think the audience is certainly not nine to 13, it’s nothing to do with them. It’s an audience largely of 30-, 40-, 50-, 60-year old men, usually men. Someone came up with the term graphic novel. These readers latched on to it; they were simply interested in a way that could validate their continued love of Green Lantern or Spider-Man without appearing in some way emotionally subnormal. This is a significant rump of the superhero-addicted, mainstream-addicted audience. I don’t think the superhero stands for anything good. I think it’s a rather alarming sign if we’ve got audiences of adults going to see the Avengers movie and delighting in concepts and characters meant to entertain the 12-year-old boys of the 1950s.”
User avatar #1305 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
I get what he's saying, but I can't say I 100% agree with him. He's still one of my favorite writers, but fuck is he weird.
User avatar #1301 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
yeah, that's why I had such a lengthy comment... as a comic book reader, I'm kinda ashamed I haven't gotten to it. It's regarded as one of the best graphic novels.
Not that big of an Alan Moore fan. From what I've read, I only really enjoyed the Killing Joke (except the end) and Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow (except the end, again).
#1298 - Kyle was pretty cool, I just can't stand Hal's attitude. I thi…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/24/2014 on /books/ board 0
User avatar #1299 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
I have it but didn't get to reading it. Just saw the movie, and I understand the endings are different.
After watching the movie I just felt dumb... I had no idea what was going on most of the movie which didn't really make me want to read the comics until I heard they're slightly different. Plus, with comics I can read at my own pace and can just go back if I don't understand something.

so... no... I didn't, but plan to
User avatar #1300 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Lmao I can sum it up pretty easily.
America and Russia are about to kill each other, so to stop that the "villain" makes both nations believe that there is a bigger threat and thus America and Russia unite
Obviously there's more details to it, but that's just the synopsis

You should read it dude. Alan Moore did it, and he did The Killing Joke for Batman. The movie was okay, but the Graphic Novel is regarded as the best one ever created. It's worth getting into.
User avatar #1302 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
also, in case you missed Alan Moore on modern comics:
“Now, see, I haven’t read any superhero comics since I finished with Watchmen. I hate superheroes. I think they’re abominations. They don’t mean what they used to mean. They were originally in the hands of writers who would actively expand the imagination of their nine- to 13-year-old audience. That was completely what they were meant to do and they were doing it excellently. These days, superhero comics think the audience is certainly not nine to 13, it’s nothing to do with them. It’s an audience largely of 30-, 40-, 50-, 60-year old men, usually men. Someone came up with the term graphic novel. These readers latched on to it; they were simply interested in a way that could validate their continued love of Green Lantern or Spider-Man without appearing in some way emotionally subnormal. This is a significant rump of the superhero-addicted, mainstream-addicted audience. I don’t think the superhero stands for anything good. I think it’s a rather alarming sign if we’ve got audiences of adults going to see the Avengers movie and delighting in concepts and characters meant to entertain the 12-year-old boys of the 1950s.”
User avatar #1305 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
I get what he's saying, but I can't say I 100% agree with him. He's still one of my favorite writers, but fuck is he weird.
User avatar #1301 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
yeah, that's why I had such a lengthy comment... as a comic book reader, I'm kinda ashamed I haven't gotten to it. It's regarded as one of the best graphic novels.
Not that big of an Alan Moore fan. From what I've read, I only really enjoyed the Killing Joke (except the end) and Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow (except the end, again).
#1296 - I've really only dabbled in Bat's stories. I've heard Green La…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/24/2014 on /books/ board 0
User avatar #1297 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
Started reading Blackest Night as one of my first series... big mistake, since I had no idea what was going on. Currently reading comics that should get me up to speed with everything...
From all the Green Lanterns I've read, I liked Kyle the most.
User avatar #1298 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Kyle was pretty cool, I just can't stand Hal's attitude. I think John's blunt and gritty personality made him come off better than Hal. Hal was too much of a lady's man and show off to get my attention.
Anyways dude, have you read The Watchmen series?
User avatar #1299 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
I have it but didn't get to reading it. Just saw the movie, and I understand the endings are different.
After watching the movie I just felt dumb... I had no idea what was going on most of the movie which didn't really make me want to read the comics until I heard they're slightly different. Plus, with comics I can read at my own pace and can just go back if I don't understand something.

so... no... I didn't, but plan to
User avatar #1300 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Lmao I can sum it up pretty easily.
America and Russia are about to kill each other, so to stop that the "villain" makes both nations believe that there is a bigger threat and thus America and Russia unite
Obviously there's more details to it, but that's just the synopsis

You should read it dude. Alan Moore did it, and he did The Killing Joke for Batman. The movie was okay, but the Graphic Novel is regarded as the best one ever created. It's worth getting into.
User avatar #1302 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
also, in case you missed Alan Moore on modern comics:
“Now, see, I haven’t read any superhero comics since I finished with Watchmen. I hate superheroes. I think they’re abominations. They don’t mean what they used to mean. They were originally in the hands of writers who would actively expand the imagination of their nine- to 13-year-old audience. That was completely what they were meant to do and they were doing it excellently. These days, superhero comics think the audience is certainly not nine to 13, it’s nothing to do with them. It’s an audience largely of 30-, 40-, 50-, 60-year old men, usually men. Someone came up with the term graphic novel. These readers latched on to it; they were simply interested in a way that could validate their continued love of Green Lantern or Spider-Man without appearing in some way emotionally subnormal. This is a significant rump of the superhero-addicted, mainstream-addicted audience. I don’t think the superhero stands for anything good. I think it’s a rather alarming sign if we’ve got audiences of adults going to see the Avengers movie and delighting in concepts and characters meant to entertain the 12-year-old boys of the 1950s.”
User avatar #1305 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
I get what he's saying, but I can't say I 100% agree with him. He's still one of my favorite writers, but fuck is he weird.
User avatar #1301 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
yeah, that's why I had such a lengthy comment... as a comic book reader, I'm kinda ashamed I haven't gotten to it. It's regarded as one of the best graphic novels.
Not that big of an Alan Moore fan. From what I've read, I only really enjoyed the Killing Joke (except the end) and Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow (except the end, again).
#1294 - Volume 3 is Death of The Family. It's pretty intense dude…  [+] (11 new replies) 02/24/2014 on /books/ board 0
#1312 - anonymous (02/24/2014) [-]
Speaking of which.. when is the bat family going to make up?
User avatar #1324 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
I haven't read pass Death of The Family in Nu52 so I can't say lol.
They seemed pretty close at the end of DoTF though.
User avatar #1295 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
besides batman, anything good to read in the nu52?
User avatar #1296 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
I've really only dabbled in Bat's stories. I've heard Green Lantern's is pretty interesting though. I never got into him other than the John Stewart story line. And Blackest Night. Blackest Night was awesome.
User avatar #1297 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
Started reading Blackest Night as one of my first series... big mistake, since I had no idea what was going on. Currently reading comics that should get me up to speed with everything...
From all the Green Lanterns I've read, I liked Kyle the most.
User avatar #1298 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Kyle was pretty cool, I just can't stand Hal's attitude. I think John's blunt and gritty personality made him come off better than Hal. Hal was too much of a lady's man and show off to get my attention.
Anyways dude, have you read The Watchmen series?
User avatar #1299 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
I have it but didn't get to reading it. Just saw the movie, and I understand the endings are different.
After watching the movie I just felt dumb... I had no idea what was going on most of the movie which didn't really make me want to read the comics until I heard they're slightly different. Plus, with comics I can read at my own pace and can just go back if I don't understand something.

so... no... I didn't, but plan to
User avatar #1300 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Lmao I can sum it up pretty easily.
America and Russia are about to kill each other, so to stop that the "villain" makes both nations believe that there is a bigger threat and thus America and Russia unite
Obviously there's more details to it, but that's just the synopsis

You should read it dude. Alan Moore did it, and he did The Killing Joke for Batman. The movie was okay, but the Graphic Novel is regarded as the best one ever created. It's worth getting into.
User avatar #1302 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
also, in case you missed Alan Moore on modern comics:
“Now, see, I haven’t read any superhero comics since I finished with Watchmen. I hate superheroes. I think they’re abominations. They don’t mean what they used to mean. They were originally in the hands of writers who would actively expand the imagination of their nine- to 13-year-old audience. That was completely what they were meant to do and they were doing it excellently. These days, superhero comics think the audience is certainly not nine to 13, it’s nothing to do with them. It’s an audience largely of 30-, 40-, 50-, 60-year old men, usually men. Someone came up with the term graphic novel. These readers latched on to it; they were simply interested in a way that could validate their continued love of Green Lantern or Spider-Man without appearing in some way emotionally subnormal. This is a significant rump of the superhero-addicted, mainstream-addicted audience. I don’t think the superhero stands for anything good. I think it’s a rather alarming sign if we’ve got audiences of adults going to see the Avengers movie and delighting in concepts and characters meant to entertain the 12-year-old boys of the 1950s.”
User avatar #1305 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
I get what he's saying, but I can't say I 100% agree with him. He's still one of my favorite writers, but fuck is he weird.
User avatar #1301 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
yeah, that's why I had such a lengthy comment... as a comic book reader, I'm kinda ashamed I haven't gotten to it. It's regarded as one of the best graphic novels.
Not that big of an Alan Moore fan. From what I've read, I only really enjoyed the Killing Joke (except the end) and Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow (except the end, again).
#1288 - God that scene in volume 3 where Joker makes them think he's c…  [+] (13 new replies) 02/24/2014 on /books/ board 0
User avatar #1291 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
haven't gotten around to the nu52 yet in depth. Read about 5 issues of each, more or less, when they first came out. Since there are no comic book stores in my country, I lost track of them and forgot.
User avatar #1294 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Volume 3 is Death of The Family.
It's pretty intense dude. It follows up the story where Joker gets his face cut off.
#1312 - anonymous (02/24/2014) [-]
Speaking of which.. when is the bat family going to make up?
User avatar #1324 - millennial (02/25/2014) [-]
I haven't read pass Death of The Family in Nu52 so I can't say lol.
They seemed pretty close at the end of DoTF though.
User avatar #1295 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
besides batman, anything good to read in the nu52?
User avatar #1296 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
I've really only dabbled in Bat's stories. I've heard Green Lantern's is pretty interesting though. I never got into him other than the John Stewart story line. And Blackest Night. Blackest Night was awesome.
User avatar #1297 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
Started reading Blackest Night as one of my first series... big mistake, since I had no idea what was going on. Currently reading comics that should get me up to speed with everything...
From all the Green Lanterns I've read, I liked Kyle the most.
User avatar #1298 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Kyle was pretty cool, I just can't stand Hal's attitude. I think John's blunt and gritty personality made him come off better than Hal. Hal was too much of a lady's man and show off to get my attention.
Anyways dude, have you read The Watchmen series?
User avatar #1299 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
I have it but didn't get to reading it. Just saw the movie, and I understand the endings are different.
After watching the movie I just felt dumb... I had no idea what was going on most of the movie which didn't really make me want to read the comics until I heard they're slightly different. Plus, with comics I can read at my own pace and can just go back if I don't understand something.

so... no... I didn't, but plan to
User avatar #1300 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
Lmao I can sum it up pretty easily.
America and Russia are about to kill each other, so to stop that the "villain" makes both nations believe that there is a bigger threat and thus America and Russia unite
Obviously there's more details to it, but that's just the synopsis

You should read it dude. Alan Moore did it, and he did The Killing Joke for Batman. The movie was okay, but the Graphic Novel is regarded as the best one ever created. It's worth getting into.
User avatar #1302 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
also, in case you missed Alan Moore on modern comics:
“Now, see, I haven’t read any superhero comics since I finished with Watchmen. I hate superheroes. I think they’re abominations. They don’t mean what they used to mean. They were originally in the hands of writers who would actively expand the imagination of their nine- to 13-year-old audience. That was completely what they were meant to do and they were doing it excellently. These days, superhero comics think the audience is certainly not nine to 13, it’s nothing to do with them. It’s an audience largely of 30-, 40-, 50-, 60-year old men, usually men. Someone came up with the term graphic novel. These readers latched on to it; they were simply interested in a way that could validate their continued love of Green Lantern or Spider-Man without appearing in some way emotionally subnormal. This is a significant rump of the superhero-addicted, mainstream-addicted audience. I don’t think the superhero stands for anything good. I think it’s a rather alarming sign if we’ve got audiences of adults going to see the Avengers movie and delighting in concepts and characters meant to entertain the 12-year-old boys of the 1950s.”
User avatar #1305 - millennial (02/24/2014) [-]
I get what he's saying, but I can't say I 100% agree with him. He's still one of my favorite writers, but fuck is he weird.
User avatar #1301 - payseht (02/24/2014) [-]
yeah, that's why I had such a lengthy comment... as a comic book reader, I'm kinda ashamed I haven't gotten to it. It's regarded as one of the best graphic novels.
Not that big of an Alan Moore fan. From what I've read, I only really enjoyed the Killing Joke (except the end) and Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow (except the end, again).
#1286 - What's it about?  [+] (1 new reply) 02/24/2014 on /books/ board 0
User avatar #1304 - samxdaxman (02/24/2014) [-]
Check my other comment and its a short, but accurate, summary. Basically a military leader named Tamas led a coup against an awful king and has to deal with the repercussions, a spy in his cabinet, an outside war, plus the possibility of a wizard resurrecting a god to destroy him and his kingdom. Very interesting book.
#43 - I was hoping for a That 70's Show one Oh well, pic kin…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/24/2014 on Famous Movie and TV Show... +1
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#20 - It's possible just a pig that looks like a sheep.  [+] (1 new reply) 02/23/2014 on Some variation for New... +2
User avatar #22 - hashoman (02/23/2014) [-]
i think iit may just be a pig that looks like a sheep?
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#844572 - BIF4YO? What is that, some DLC or something?  [+] (2 new replies) 02/23/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #844575 - alexanderburns (02/23/2014) [-]
I don't see a capitol I, Y, or O in there. You must have a very wild imagination. Like 4 year olds do
#844604 - millennial (02/23/2014) [-]
Lol k
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User avatar #5 - theghostrider (11/30/2013) [-]
I saw your extended knowledge on the Expanded Universe of Star Wars and your great understanding of most of SW's concepts...I love you.
#6 to #5 - millennial (12/01/2013) [-]
If it's Heavy Metal, Star Wars, or Game of Thrones, I know a lot about it.
I love you too, random stranger.
User avatar #7 to #6 - millennial (01/21/2014) [-]
testicles
User avatar #3 - GAC (08/28/2013) [-]
There its deleted. Happy?
 
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