“Have you seen The Avengers yet? Have you? Have you? HAVE YOU?!!!” - FFS! No!
I’m paraphrasing of course, but the film (BE version) seems to be quite popular. So no, I haven’t seen it and I don’t plan on going to the cinema for it. The latter has nothing to do with the film though. In other words, I want to see the film. I’m going to see the film. However at home and not in a cinema.
“Oh come on! Just go see it. It’s funny and full of action! And HELLO! … Scarlett Johansson in a tight black outfit!” - As good an argument that might be to go see the film, I can stare at her royal curviness anytime I want. HELLO internet.
“Ha-ha-ha. Not funny. You probably haven’t even bothered to check the trailer. You don’t care!” - I do care! Just one question: Does Samuel L. Jackson curse in the film? … Oh, and I have seen the trailer. Look: (I’ve even seen the the second one.)
So ok. I don’t know much about the characters and their history. Bow and arrow? Is he the decoy? …
I love the whole culture aspect of comics, but I don’t take so much part in it. I watch the trailers and the commercials and go “Hey, that’s Robin!” or “Look! It’s Richard.” That’s me. I like sitcoms more than comics. But when I see a video of a guy who made his own Iron Man suit, I do burst out a “That’s friggin’ awesome!”.
Is Hulk-speak still sexy?