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    Quote Originally Posted by KageKageKing View Post
    I don't think I would find things like this in 2004.

    https://twitter.com/lesbihayley/stat...88188418146306
    I think that person might be, er, "stretching" it a bit. Heroes wave to their fans.

    Not that I'd be against Elastigirl being bi. I just need more proof than a wave to show attraction to the same sex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yobiyopi View Post
    but judging from the trailer it seems to be played for much longer.
    Or it plays for a couple minutes and the trailer is showing all the easy jokes in that sequence because it's good 5 second joke trailer fodder that spoils little about the actual film.

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    The tycoon thing sorta reminds me of One Punch Man where the hero's association is treated more like a business with the heroes being more employees/celebrities.

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    Somebody translated one of the songs from Coco. Always nice to know what they're saying. Such a pretty song, too.


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    So here's a video that uses evidence from what we know so far and LEGO toy leaks to discuss who the main antagonist in Incredibles II has pretty much a 99% chance of being:

    Spoiler:

    Spoiler:
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    I finally saw Coco recently after missing it in the theaters like an idiot.

    That movie was beautiful. I bawled my eyes out at the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon Rin View Post
    I finally saw Coco recently after missing it in the theaters like an idiot.

    That movie was beautiful. I bawled my eyes out at the end.
    I saw it near the end of its run.
    Definitely one of my favorite movies of the last five years.

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    Spoiler:
    "Life's not about finding out which card is yours, but finding out which cards you're not."

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    Welp, I'm kind of excited again. That trailer was much more interesting than what had been shown so far.

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    The last line of that trailer gave me life



    Spoiler:

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    ScreenSlaver looks AMAZING. From less than 10 seconds of film.

    Also, if more Frozone means more Samuel L. Jackson in the movie, I'm all for it.

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    Is it weird that the thing I found most exciting was, that Frozone finally found his super suit?

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    After watching the trailer again, anybody else think that Violet's eyes look kinda weird? Like she's got wrinkles or something.

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    I'm pretty sure that Violet has always had those rings around her eyes; it's just that they weren't as obvious on older screens and television.

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    Yeah, they were in the first film as well.



    Her hair made it less noticeable before this scene.

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    Also watching that just reminds me of how poorly 3D animation ages compared to 2D.
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    Not watching the trailer. I'm pre-sold, I want to know NOTHING.

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    This is an interesting article that I think I mostly agree with:

    https://screenrant.com/incredibles-2...n-problem/amp/

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    "Life's not about finding out which card is yours, but finding out which cards you're not."

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    The problem I have with most of these articles is that it makes it seem like the similarities between the Incredibles and Watchmen was intentional, but based what Brad Bird has said, that's not the case. Brad has admitted that the only superhero (at least back when the Incredibles came out) he was familiar with was Will Eisner's Spirit, a far different creature than Moore's Charlton re-imaginations. He hadn't read Watchmen at the time and barely knew anything about (if at all) until people starting asking him questions after the Incredibles was released.

    (Similarly, why any connection to the F4 and the Incredibles are superficial at best, because Bird gave them powers that are best related to their traditional family roles, i.e. dads are meant to be strong, teenagers are insecure and defensive, etc. Contrast that with the stiff shirt elastic-man leader, and the flaming idiot teen of Marvel's first family.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugs View Post
    The problem I have with most of these articles is that it makes it seem like the similarities between the Incredibles and Watchmen was intentional, but based what Brad Bird has said, that's not the case. Brad has admitted that the only superhero (at least back when the Incredibles came out) he was familiar with was Will Eisner's Spirit, a far different creature than Moore's Charlton re-imaginations. He hadn't read Watchmen at the time and barely knew anything about (if at all) until people starting asking him questions after the Incredibles was released.

    (Similarly, why any connection to the F4 and the Incredibles are superficial at best, because Bird gave them powers that are best related to their traditional family roles, i.e. dads are meant to be strong, teenagers are insecure and defensive, etc. Contrast that with the stiff shirt elastic-man leader, and the flaming idiot teen of Marvel's first family.)
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    Damn what did Reed and Johnny do to for you to go in on them like that.
    Uhm. Those are their traditional defining traits. Reed is the stiff scientist who in looking at the bigger view often becomes a complete asshole (and he's also awful to women and completely dismissive of Sue) and Jonny... is almost always portrayed as a hot head that acts before he thinks, no matter what stupid situation he jumps into.

    Its not an insult, it's what they ARE. Some of that is just a result of them being made in the 60's an no one figuring out in the 50 years since how to update them at all and have them still be the same characters.

    Someday someone that grew up on One Piece is going to get a shot at the FF though and do something interesting with Reed and people will wonder how the hell that potential was missed for so many years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green_vs_Red View Post
    Damn what did Reed and Johnny do to for you to go in on them like that.
    ...Nothing. Like Robby said, that's who they are as characters, and that's what makes them so good. Hell, the F4 are probably my favorite of the classical Silver Age Marvel runs (yes, even more than Spider-Man) in spite of the issues of sexism, because they are such flawed people. Ben is a man who uses his rocky exterior and anger to cover up his soft inner core. Sue is well... the woman in the background.

    Though, you don't need Luffy to make Reed interesting given that Jack Cole already did that decades before with Plastic Man.

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