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    Default Superheroes' secret identities


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    It is good and true.

    On that note, I just saw Captain America and it was pretty good. Sadly Thor was unwatchable drek.

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    I did prefer Thor in the Avengers movie to Thor in the Thor movie.
    So, I'll whisper in the dark, hoping you'll hear me.

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    I thought Thor was perfectly watchable.

    Of course, I think that seeing Chris Hemsworth without a shirt on shorted out most of my higher mental functions, so that probably helped.

    I do think that, as a rule, Marvel superheroes have more of a sense of fun than DC superheroes. Even the angsty ones like Spiderman have their quippy moments.
    Last edited by Orual; 25 Aug 2012 at 01:08 AM.

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    I liked both Thor and Captain America, and actually preferred Thor a little bit, between the two. But neither broke into my superhero Top Five, still occupied by The Incredibles, Spider-Man, The Avengers, Superman and Iron Man.

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