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Justice League on Smallville TONIGHT

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  • DasUberEdwardDasUberEdward Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Okay. The Slow-Mo walk actually emabarassed me. It felt like every individual was watching over my shoulder the instant that scene was displayed. I wanted to beat everyone responsible for producing that moment within an inch of their death before blowing them up and walking away slowly

    It's also hilarious that the Lab just happened to be by the docks so Aquaman could swim in and then..um..............well they never showed what he did.

    Was J'onns in the episode?

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  • robosagogorobosagogo Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Yeah, Chloe is pretty hot.

    And that's the only reason I've ever tuned in, but now that it's opposite Earl, The Office, Scrubs (it sucks now), and 30 Rock I never watch.

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  • Romero ZombieRomero Zombie Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Is it just me...or does each episode have more and more over the top acting?

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  • Caveman PawsCaveman Paws Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Theres acting? The few episodes I've seen make porno actors come off as a deep.

    Thats a bit harsh really, I've seen a number of episodes and I do enjoy them on some embarrasing level. Though the majority of each show has me rolling my eyes or wondering what I should be doing with my precious time here on earth beside wasting it on this crap.

    To be honest if it wasn't for John Glover I wouldn't watch. Period. That guy is awesome, remember the old show Brimestone where he was the devil? That rocked.

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  • FiarynFiaryn Omnicidal Madman Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    If they were riding motorcycles out of the explosion, maybe I'd watch it. But just walking? Pfft. If you're going to be extreme, be XTREME. Gawd.

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  • robosagogo wrote:
    hughtron wrote:
    Oh shoot, Flash is Beaver?!
    His name is Cassidey!

    now that I've seen it I can un see it

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  • ScooterScooter Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    I've been on the edge of dropping this show so many times the past few years. If I wasn't such a comics geek I would've a long time ago.

    Fucking romance hexagons and amnesia on a weekly basis.

    Green Arrow's currently my favorite part of the show, which is saying little.

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  • Bad KarmaBad Karma Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Do any of these kids snowboard, or BMX in any part of the show whilst "high school rock" plays in the background?

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  • bobgorilabobgorila Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Bad Karma wrote:
    Do any of these kids snowboard, or BMX in any part of the show whilst "high school rock" plays in the background?

    They generally play high school rock when Clark gets some red Kryptonite up ins and goes all bad-boy.

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  • Bionic MonkeyBionic Monkey Registered User, ClubPA
    edited January 2007
    see317 wrote:
    So did Cyborg actually have any cyborg parts?
    From the picture, he just looks like he's got really bad fashion sense, which isn't much of a superpower even though it is shared by just about everyone who wears a cape.

    I don't actually watch the show though. I tried in the past, and quickly came to the conclusion that it just wasn't for me.
    Cyborg's had all his internals removed and enhanced, but still has all the fleshy exterior, so yeah, he has cyborg parts.

    Langly wrote:
    So were aquaman's powers the same as in the comics? I mean, is he from atlantis and all that?

    Also what I'm really asking is: was he useless except for one silly plot point that involved water?
    He can swim really fast and breathe under water. He might be strong too (I forget), but that's about it.

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  • robosagogorobosagogo Registered User
    edited January 2007
    I know I saw Aquaman throw a waterball at Clark in a preview.

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  • Bloods EndBloods End Blade of Tyshalle Punch dimensionRegistered User regular
    edited January 2007
    robosagogo wrote:
    I know I saw Aquaman throw a waterball at Clark in a preview.

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    WATERBALLS

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  • rockmonkeyrockmonkey Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    J'onn had a super small cameo like 4 episodes ago when Clark goes to seattle or someplace chasing after an escaped bad guy from the phantom zone. Clark is down by the docks at night and losing when something moves fast and out of no where the bad guy dies and has a weird hand print on his chest (where J'onn phased through and killed him). Clark turns around looking for him and steps on an Oreo laying on the ground. He walks towards the water and sees J'onn who doesnt say anything and then flys up into the night and then turns and zooms away with a streak of red glowy stuff in his wake.

    J'onn's looks obviously don't matter much what with all the shapeshifting. In that little 1 minute of screentime they at least had him as powerful as he should be.

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  • JCMJCM Registered User
    edited January 2007
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    A better pic.

    Anyone watch the Aquaman pilot that was rejected?
    http://livedigital.com/content/keyword?type=video&keyword=smallville&commit=1#:t=ratingVideo:o=0:c=637821
    Pity that they didnt accept it, it wouldve been great, Atlantis vs Surface world, even though today´s retconned Aquaman is just a moody Namor rip-off (although DC is trying to change that, thankfully).

    EDIT:Resized pic

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    What are you even talking about?

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  • JCMJCM Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Lets see-

    Justice League screenie from smallville
    Aquaman spinoff from smallville (with link to tc pilot of Aquaman included) and why would it be cool.
    Do I need to hadn a book report on it or something? :|

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  • FuruFuru Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Tell me when J'onn's going to be back on the show and I will watch that episode a million times.

    I used to like Smallville but they jumped pretty far over that shark when Lana was possessed by a medival witch.

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    JCM wrote:
    Lets see-

    Justice League screenie from smallville
    Aquaman spinoff from smallville (with link to tc pilot of Aquaman included) and why would it be cool.
    Do I need to hadn a book report on it or something? :|

    How is Aquaman a Namor ripoff?

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  • Bad KarmaBad Karma Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Keith wrote:
    JCM wrote:
    Lets see-

    Justice League screenie from smallville
    Aquaman spinoff from smallville (with link to tc pilot of Aquaman included) and why would it be cool.
    Do I need to hadn a book report on it or something? :|

    How is Aquaman a Namor ripoff?

    I think he means that they can both swim. :roll:

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  • Peeps ChickenPeeps Chicken Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    bobgorila wrote:
    Bad Karma wrote:
    Do any of these kids snowboard, or BMX in any part of the show whilst "high school rock" plays in the background?

    They generally play high school rock when Clark gets some red Kryptonite up ins and goes all bad-boy.

    [spoiler:d0603b28d6]Oh, good, then we should have some high school rock in the next few weeks... more red kryptonite's a'coming.[/spoiler:d0603b28d6]

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  • Well, I'm pretty sure Namor did come first but other than that, I dunno.

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  • JCMJCM Registered User
    edited January 2007
    The original Aquaman isnt a Namor rip-off.

    The new retconned Aquaman is.

    Aquaman was-
    Originally Arthur Curry (not Orin), son of a fisherman who found a book of spells enabling his son to have water powers -(golden age)
    He could swim fast and undesrtand fish

    Then became Arthur Curry, son of a lighthouse keeper who got to third base with an Atlantean. He was just a human with Atlantean blood.
    He could swim fast and now communicate with fish, this also is the Aqyuaman you see in Justice league.

    After the Crisis on infinte Earths and his mini-series in the 1986's, they toook everything away and slapped on Namor´s story. He now was
    -an exiled Atlantean prince who was raised by a human (Namor was that in the 40s),
    -chose to live with the Atlanteans and rule them (again, Namor did that in the 40s)
    -was the leader of Atlantis in several surface people vs atlantean struggles and small wars (Namor was fighting the Nazis in the 40s, then in the 60 turned against the americans)
    -Suddenly not only could he talk to fish, he now could command them 100% (like Namor) and had super strenght (like Namor)

    Now with the latest series, DC is trying again to retcon, now making him human again, but still the ruler of Atlantis. I´m liking that he´s closer to the real Aquaman, but if they make him fly or give him electrical powers, I´ll gladly stop reading DC comics.

    EDIT:

    Namor first appeared, Atlantean prince and all in "Motion Picture Funnies Weekly, April 1939"
    Aquaman´s first appearance was More Fun Comics # 73 (November, 1941)
    The lame "Orin" Namor story-ripoff started with the four-issue Aquaman (Feb 1986-May 1986)

    I rest my case. Modern Aquaman = Namor ripoff.

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Geebs wrote:
    Well, I'm pretty sure Namor did come first but other than that, I dunno.

    Mr. Fantastic is an Elongated Man ripoff

    Elongated Man is a Plastic Man ripoff

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    JCM wrote:
    -Suddenly not only could he talk to fish, he now could command them 100% (like Namor) and had super strenght (like Namor)

    Aquaman's always had telepathy. And the super strength is because he lives in the fucking ocean depths. His body resists the incredible pressure, so of course he's stronger than humans.

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  • Keith wrote:
    Geebs wrote:
    Well, I'm pretty sure Namor did come first but other than that, I dunno.

    Mr. Fantastic is an Elongated Man ripoff

    Elongated Man is a Plastic Man ripoff

    I didn't say I agreed with him.

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  • JCMJCM Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Keith wrote:
    Geebs wrote:
    Well, I'm pretty sure Namor did come first but other than that, I dunno.

    Mr. Fantastic is an Enlogated Man ripoff

    Elongated Man is a Plastic Man ripoff

    Im talking story. The story of Aquaman that was changed into an exact duplicate of Namor´s story.

    Lets see Namor (1939 onwards)=
    exiled prince of Atlantis with superstrenght and the ability to control fish, raised by humans, later becomes king and leads Atlantis against surface world several times.


    Now post-crisis Aquaman (1986 onwards)=
    exiled prince of Atlantis with superstrenght and the ability to control fish, raised by humans, later becomes king and leads Atlantis against surface world several times.

    And funnily, before Crisis, Aquaman was just a kid raised by a dude and could talk to fishes.

    DC´s post-crisis Aquaman was published in 1986 with exactly the same plot and backstory as Namor´s, so thats why I say Aquaman today = Namor ripoff.

    If Marvel should change Captain America to a guy that comes from another planet, crashes onto earth, is raised by farmers, dons a cape and flies and lifts stuff, the same opinion would hold.

    EDIT:Typos... agh!

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    JCM wrote:
    Puhleeze, Im talking story.

    Lets see Namor (1939 onwards)=
    exiled prince of Atlantis with superstrenght and the ability to control fish, raised by humans, later becomes king and leads Atlantis against surface world several times.

    Now Aquaman (1986 onwards)=
    exiled prince of Atlantis with superstrenght and the ability to control fish, raised by humans, later becomes king and leads Atlantis against surface world several times.

    That's some nice story right there. Try not acting or typing like a retard and maybe people might take you seriously!

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  • JCMJCM Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Corrected post typos, drinking too much coffee, apologies if the post came on too strong.

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Namor wrote:
    Nine months later, a pink-skinned child was born among the blue-skinned Atlanteans. He was raised in Atlantis, and when he matured would alternate between living there and adventuring in the oceans and on the surface.
    As a feral child who raised himself in the wilds of the ocean with only sea creatures to keep him company, Orin was found and taken in by a lighthouse keeper named Arthur Curry who named Orin "Arthur Curry" after himself.

    And when has Aquaman led Atlantis against the surface world?

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  • JCMJCM Registered User
    edited January 2007
    1- I was referring to the original Namor concept (thus the 1939 - tag), not the Byrne series. Namor get raised by humans and atlanteans, and lives in both worlds, but Marvel wrote that off the Timely origin by saying Human Torch found him with amnesia and didnt remember his past well.

    Here´s a little link, since wikipedia as usual dissapointe me (quite a long read)
    http://www.pjfarmer.com/secret/marvelous/namor.htm

    EDIT:A shorter version
    http://www.chivian.com/chivian/sub/SubbyHistory.html

    2- On Aquaman- In the Peter David run he threatened to do so and had a force prepared, but was dissuated. In the Superman animated series, he launched an attack, but Superman talked him out of it. JLA animated "The Enemy Below", he acually goes to the UN and demands a surrender a surrender.

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  • bobgorilabobgorila Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Seriously, it's pretty compelling.

    Frankly, I've never really got on with any of the Aqua-man/Namor incarnations.

    Although Ultimate Namor is quite compelling, despite being an ass (which is mostly because, you know, it's the Ultimate-U).

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  • LanglyLangly Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    bobgorila wrote:
    Seriously, it's pretty compelling.

    Frankly, I've never really got on with any of the Aqua-man/Namor incarnations.

    Although Ultimate Namor is quite compelling, despite being an ass (which is mostly because, you know, it's the Ultimate-U).

    Namor is always an ass. Always. If he's just kind of an ass in Ultimate U, then he actually might be nicer.

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  • awesome_andyawesome_andy Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Was it the same Flash as in the first episode?
    And J'onn is going to be in it from what I read in TV guide.

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  • The Muffin ManThe Muffin Man Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Keith wrote:
    Geebs wrote:
    Well, I'm pretty sure Namor did come first but other than that, I dunno.

    Mr. Fantastic is an Elongated Man ripoff

    Elongated Man is a Plastic Man ripoff

    Be honest. You just don't want to admit that there was a time when shitty Superfriends Aquaman was not only relevant, he was STANDARD.

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    Keith wrote:
    Geebs wrote:
    Well, I'm pretty sure Namor did come first but other than that, I dunno.

    Mr. Fantastic is an Elongated Man ripoff

    Elongated Man is a Plastic Man ripoff

    Be honest. You just don't want to admit that there was a time when shitty Superfriends Aquaman was not only relevant, he was STANDARD.

    I have no problem admitting it. Just like how Robin was "gay" until Jason Todd died

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  • bobgorilabobgorila Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Keith wrote:
    Keith wrote:
    Geebs wrote:
    Well, I'm pretty sure Namor did come first but other than that, I dunno.

    Mr. Fantastic is an Elongated Man ripoff

    Elongated Man is a Plastic Man ripoff

    Be honest. You just don't want to admit that there was a time when shitty Superfriends Aquaman was not only relevant, he was STANDARD.

    I have no problem admitting it. Just like how Robin was and still is "gay"

    Exactly. Man, what a bat-fag.

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    bob, do you read any comics with Robin in them?

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  • SkankPlayaSkankPlaya Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
    rockmonkey wrote:
    J'onn had a super small cameo like 4 episodes ago when Clark goes to seattle or someplace chasing after an escaped bad guy from the phantom zone. Clark is down by the docks at night and losing when something moves fast and out of no where the bad guy dies and has a weird hand print on his chest (where J'onn phased through and killed him). Clark turns around looking for him and steps on an Oreo laying on the ground. He walks towards the water and sees J'onn who doesnt say anything and then flys up into the night and then turns and zooms away with a streak of red glowy stuff in his wake.

    J'onn's looks obviously don't matter much what with all the shapeshifting. In that little 1 minute of screentime they at least had him as powerful as he should be.

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    I thought that was Captain Marvel, the oreo being a reference to the fact that it was a kid. I don't read a lot of, or really any DC though.

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  • robosagogorobosagogo Registered User
    edited January 2007
    Martian Manhunter had an addiction to Oreos for a while.

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User regular
    edited January 2007
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