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Reviews seem mixed so far. I probably won't bother with it. But all I know about Thor is from watching "Adventures in Babysitting."
Great picture! Your artwork always amazes me. Let me know what you thought about THOR. Curious.
Me and my friends are gonna see it - we like the man meat. hehe. OMG, Rogue, you mentioned "Adventures in Babysitting"!!! I can't BELIEVE someone else knows that movie :P I've wanted to hunt it down on DVD for YEARS, but i don't see it anywhere in our stores here ;) It was a bit of a childhood staple round here.Rusty - your art is awesome!! Jealous of the tablet, still. hehe
Loks good! And I really enjoyed Thor last night.
Looks like he just knocked the snot out of a real bad dude. Nice doodle. I'll see it in a day or two without the kids. I bought every Marvel comic as a kid and Thor was a favorite. I hope to see a couple sequels too.
Rogue - I think Rotten Tomatoes has been kind, it was great I think. And Adventures in Babysitting told you all you need to know... Thor is awesome.Angela - I loved the movie, and thanks for the compliment. Feel free to give them as often as you like.Trisha - I've almost bought that DVD a hundred times, but for whatever reason just decided to wait a little longer. Now I wonder if I'll ever buy a DVD again.Alex - Glad you liked it. I'm afraid we won't see sequels without a really strong box office, and right now it's looking boderline for breaking even ($66 mil weekend, really good, but not blockbuster). So, go see it again.Stephen - I like to think that he snuck up on a sleeping giant and had his picture made, then ran off before it woke up. Glad you liked Thor too. Very influential for me.
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