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New comic!

Yeah, I might have watched a movie and gotten kind of mad.

This is seriously a trope I’d love to never see again though.

I can think of three movies that do this straight off the bat, and I’d bet there are more like dozens

Ow. Ow. Ow. Ow. Ow.

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Screamin’ Jay HawkinsI Put a Spell on You (1956)

Also, where did Thor’s shirt go? And I’m assuming that’s the same red cape from his old outfit? Did he just tear apart his clothes in anguish and then reassembled his cape? (Because if he did, I REALLY want to see it.)

This isn’t at all a complaint, trust me. I just wonder things.

So it looks like the new Thor is gonna be Freya/Frigga (hey, maybe now we can all pick one name and stick to it for her, since she’s actually gonna be important, whatdya say Marvel?), and I love the idea that a mother gets to be the hero. Seriously, after getting the axe in the movies, she gets to actually kick butt in the comics. Love it.

Only thing that bothers me about this is that it kind of goes against her characterization from Loki’s POV. I mean, didn’t she blackmail him in Journey into Mystery for releasing Sutur during Fear Itself? And recently, the All-Mothers have been conferring with a future evil version of Loki to ensure the current path of Asgardia is going correctly, despite it meaning her son has to eventually turn evil again. Okay, so I’m not sure how honest she was about the blackmailing thing, I was under the impression that was just to try to keep her son from doing more questionable things. But that whole keeping Loki from choosing his own path and ensuring he returns to villainy for Asgardia’s sake is a tough one for me to get over.

But who knows, maybe Jason Aaron and Al Ewing already have a plan in mind to explain this. Which would make me very happy.

So I think I need to catch up on what’s been going on with Deadpool lately. Thing’s I’ve been seeing look really good.