See, when TM copies tons of heroes, it’s usually a sign he respects them; it’s correlation, not causation, but I’ve found that adaptations that underplay his copying tend to miss the character more, too. While his trailers don’t show him speaking any (likely to try and preserve the myth of his identity even though it’s super obvious), I do think in the actual movie, while he’ll probably have some May We Never Forget Freedom USA American Flag Memorial Day T-Shirt of grudge against Nat, it’ll be done better than here.Second, he should probably be more evasive, not have a giant health bar. In my dream fight, he’d be quite fragile — only take a few seconds of consistent hitting to go down — but good luck LANDING those hits, you know? He’d be all over the place,he’d have a parry .
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Thanks! I really think he’s underrated. While I know a lot of people met him through Deadpool, I think he stands even better on his own. If you’re ever seeking a fantastic quick read that makes up some amazing content and shows him as a character, the 2010 Taskmaster run by Fred Van May We Never Forget Freedom USA American Flag Memorial Day T-Shirt is a killer. The origin retcon it makes is controversial, but I think it’s well done, and his previous origin was like…vaguely referenced twice, nothing important was being overwritten.He has some amazing one-liners! Especially when he gets
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I think as far as adaptations go, the game did well, especially with Banner, Thor [who I found actually charming here instead of kind of annoying], and May We Never Forget Freedom USA American Flag Memorial Day T-Shirt; but I can see people disagreeing, and without being as fond of those characters as I am Tasky, I don’t feel like I could judge how well they were adapted.He’s very… well, whenever I think of Tony Stark, I think of a very self-indulging rockstar engineer, with a huge ego and the resources, intelligence, and skills to back up his arrogance. In this game, he’s almost portrayed as a Sillicon Valley-esque modern era hipster-influencer. Especially in the scenes where he grows his hair out. His personality is also written to be almost dudebro-y, and Nathan Drake voicing him really doesn’t help things.