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I was thinking of doing an actually informative power point thing about Deadpool to clear up some of the confusion (like how Deadpool isn’t Spiderman) and be a handy reference.
The problem is that those things are suppose to be pithy and I am notorious for being…not that.
But I can work around that.
What I need from you guys is to let me know what I should include? Let me know what you see people getting wrong a lot below.
Tell them he has a really cute dog. Ruff.
I often wonder if the film ever even had a snowball’s chance of being good. Not because “Books are always better” but because Watchmen is in its medium. You’re just copying it. There is no twist, no way to “cover it.” The Watchmen is not a movie, but a “stilly” using all cinematic styles and leaving the in between movement to the brain. To change that is to undermine the work. I stand firmly with Alan Moore. His works are adapted in a haphazard fashion and always fail to even see the bar let alone match it.
Furthermore this may be my issue with comic adaptations in general. So few understand the source material and the source MEDIUM. Don’t adapt a comic book unless you know comics in an intimate way.
I can’t express to you enough how much love I have for Marvel’s Daredevil.
First of all, before knowing too much about Daredevil, one can already derive an important truth: We take a lot of things for granted.
Perhaps the first thing people ever learn about Daredevil is that he is blind. Imagine waking up one day and not being able to see ANYTHING. Most people don’t think twice about thier 5 senses, simply because we’ve had them our entire lives.
Random Douche-face: Durrr but he’s got the sonar vision, he can still see DURRR.
Okay okay…well imagine not being able to see colors. Matt Murdock (DD) was not born blind. He was blinded as a young boy. This means that he was able to see colors at one point, and then had that gift stripped away from him. That sucks even more than being born blind. People who have been born blind cannot fully understand how crappy being blind is because they have never experienced sight. Similar to how a person would never fully understand “sour” if they never tasted “sweet.”
Now lets dig a little deeper into Matt’s life. We will eventually find out that he lost his father to a crime lord. Having a father is another thing many people may take for granted. Now, this is a bit more touchy than blindness because not having a father is much more common. I, personally, would do anything to have met my father. The thought of meeting him one day is one of the reasons the concept of “heaven” is so attractive to me.
Anyways, so he’s blind and parentless. I can picture a child saying “Wow! It must suck balls being Daredevil.” Rarely do you find a superhero that children would not want to be like.
So what else do I love about Daredevil? :O
I love his side-job. Let me first display some side-jobs that heroes hold:
Spider-Man: Photographer for a lame newpaper.
Superman: Works as a newspaper reporter.
Batman: Douche billionaire.
Iron-Man: Douche billionaire.
Whats my point? Daredevil has one of the most honorable side-jobs. As much as people may hate lawyers, Matt Murdock only works with the honest and innocent (He can sense liars by listening to their heartbeats). If he ultimately cannot help his client and a “bad guy” gets away, Daredevil makes sure he pays for his crimes.
Daredevil is the bee’s knees. Here’s my favorite picture of him. I believe that visual interpretations are just as important as written ones.
If you look at his costume, it’s heavily influenced by what boxers usually wear (the gloves, shorts, and boots). In the original Daredevil comic, Matt Murdock fashions his costume out of his father’s old boxing robes. After seeing his costume, you might shift your eyes to the gargoyles he’s standing by. These are an allusion to his Catholicism, which is a huge force in his life. Gargoyles are often used as a representation of evil. Their purpose is that of a warning: come to church, evil is near. The devil is also a representation of evil. Daredevil wears this symbol to deter crime in Hell’s Kitchen.
Nerdy & Pervy Chef (a Tumblr buddy of mine) also pointed out that the two stone figures to the upper right are Stick, his blind mentor who taught him how to fight and hone his skills, and Elektra, his former lover and master assassin.
http://nerdy-pervy-chef.tumblr.com/ (+18 Content)
Sorry for boring all of you, just felt the need to pay homage to one of my favorite heroes.
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