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7 Examples of Misguided Superhero Casting


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Moonknight
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« on: September 15, 2011, 12:51:41 am »

bulls**t as Galactus




If you saw the sequel to Fantastic Four, then that’s a shame. But you also bore witness to what the producers figured was a decent representation of Galactus. Oy.

For those not in the know, Galactus was supposed to be one of the oldest living things in existence. He was so damn old he predated the universe and had, in fact, been a resident of the previous universe. That’s old ****, and he was pretty powerful. So powerful, in fact, he consumed the life force of entire planets to sustain himself. In the movie, they made him a really poorly rendered storm cloud.

Now I get that, in the comics, Galactus looks a little silly. Or a lot silly. He looks like a Roman Gladiator with a coat rack on his head. But he’s at least got a body. And he’s massive. And he eats worlds. Anything would have been better than a cosmic fart cloud.
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