So comic book shoes are definitely awesome and fun, but now I fully understand why people charge $80+ for them AND I DO NOT BLAME THEM ONE BIT.
Seriously, not even counting all the prep work I did by cutting out panels, I spent about 2 hours and finished 60% of one shoe.
Not really sure how I felt about Iron Man, tbh. It definitely wasn’t as good as The Avengers, but I feel like it was trying to top it so hard that it just missed the point. It’s not really a good sign when the best character in the movie isn’t Tony (or Pepper). Also not a good sign when I think, “What kind of Austin Powers bullshit…”
IDK. There were some parts that were good, like the action bit at the end, plus a scene about five minutes in that got me right in the fucking feels.
I was also severely disappointed by something, but that’s kind of my own fault.
I swear to god, sometimes there is nothing better than a good sandwich on a hard roll with potato salad.
Also, based on the descriptions of her attacks, I’m actually fairly pleased that Rescue is very defense-based
although that means I’m going to be swearing at her next PVP session but whatever. Pretty much all that I know about her I’ve read from Wikipedia, but it seems pretty faithful.
…so I don’t know if I should leap right into Spec Ops tasks or keep grinding for CPs to buy the new suits.
Although really Tony, you need seven outfits?
I’m watching the motion comic Iron Man: Extremis thing on Netflix and…I don’t know how well it’s aged. I guess this is always kind of the problem with someone who’s as on the cutting edge and beyond as Tony Stark. They just mentioned a ~brand new cellphone prototype~ that has satellite broadband internet and can download an mp3 in thirty seconds.
Also it looks like an old Nokia that you could kill someone with.
………….for fuck’s sake, glee.