Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations #31
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“Jade Archer Show” & The “Space Saga Side Story: Rebel Girl And Her Crew” Trailer (Censored)
It was a good thing I decided not to make yesterday’s comic after seeing the “Dr. Strange” trailer because I didn’t really get much out of it. Some cool images, but nothing that made me feel anything about the movie.
[Warning if you don’t know much about Arrow you might wanna skip this part]
Okay so let’s get to “Arrow” and Black Canary’s death. I don’t care. I don’t even understand caring. Honestly if there was a character who seemed to just kinda be there at this point it was Black Canary. This is IF she stays dead. Early on Thea and Laurel were the bad part of the show you suffered through to get to the rest. This is part of why I really like Arrow. It steadily improved and either killed off, or fixed its crappy boring characters. I was also originally against Ollie and Felicity getting together cause it was kinda obvious and cliche, but they’re fine to me now. It seems like everyone was for this before and everyone is against it now. I don’t get it.
[end “Arrow” part]
So on to the “Star Wars” part. If you’ve been paying attention to these comic you’ve probably seen that all these different things are mixed together. Marvel, DC, DBZ, Buffy, ect. For longest time I couldn’t really figure out how to add Star Wars to it. Then after seeing “The Force Awakens” I watched the original trilogy again and figured it out. The story as I thought it out is like the reverse of “Star Wars” (with a little “Final Fantasy IV”mixed in) a “bad knight” becoming a “good knight” and his son a “good knight” becoming a really “bad knight”. As for the “Rogue One” trailer is looks pretty good but as this comic suggests they press a little hard on the whole “rebel” thing. That’s it for this week! See ya next Tuesday-Thursday for more Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations! Hope you enjoy and see ya then!
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