>>79828117 It redeemed jack shit, since they pushed her out of the show the second she figured out Barry's secret. She had so much potential, but they really just dropped the ball again with her cause they just had to have some more drama between them.
>I've spent years of training to save my city >I've sacrificed countless friends and family to save my city >It's finally come down to sacrificing myself to come close to actually saving my city >pls no, I lub you >fuck my city, I'm getting laid
Barry not telling Patty would have felt less bad if earlier in the season he hadn't told Linda just like that. It might not have ended as well as planned, but the trouble didn't come out of him revealing his identity
>>79828350 I always hate this, especially on CW shows. "Bitch, did you ask him if he was The Arrow/The Flash? No? Then he didn't fucking lie."
If a friend of mine suddenly turned out to be a superhero, my reaction would be "hey, cool, you had to keep your secret identity, I get it." I don't think I would suddenly flip out because I realized they made up an excuse to disappear while the masked hero defeats the villain. People make up lame excuses for less important reasons on a daily basis.
>Zoom literally unmasked Barry >Prolly already knows who he is and that he's dating Patty >Revealing his identity to her and not revealing all have the same consequence >no point in sending her away 'cuz Zoom is fast as shit and can kill her in any place any time >Joe literally gave bad advice to Barry for the first time in the show's history
Honestly infuriating, thank God that's over and we're full-on Earth 2 hype train.
>I can't defend myself from bullies >I can't be remotely physically competent or autonomous >It'll put my identity in danger Fuck you, no seriously, fuck you every iteration of highschool Peter Parker. Fucking stand up for yourself, god damn it. Judo classes, basic boxing, any fucking excuse.
The CW shows don't know how to handle relationships or women at all.
We are supposed to like Iris. Too bad, she's obnoxious, annoying, stupid, gets herself in trouble, and bitches at everyone for not doing what she says they should.
>Puts herself in danger and threatens race organizer >Returns to races >Gets hit on the left side in a nonvital area with a pieces of glass >Immediately loses consciousness and wakes up in a hospital much later.
Iris feels like poochy. I still haven't found anyone who likes her.
>>79838711 Point, my ire is primarily aimed at Spectacular, Marvel Adventures, Ultimate (that bit about Ben and May having to pay for Flash's medical bills when he assaulted Peter till has me salty). Just... anytime a character can, and by all means should make their bully look like an asshat, they don't because... something.
Seriously, how is Peter knocking Flash and his goons out every time they try some shit going to make people think he's Spider-Man, over the fact that he's the ONLY one that can get his pictures, and disappears every time he appears? It's lazy.
>That water balloon scene in Spectacular What the actual fuck. Shit, even in the new Spidey comic.
The boy ain't right, has no responsibility for himself.
>>79839306 >Way to miss the point of the Ultimate story You mean that issue or the series in general? Because I admit, it's been a few years since I reread that. Fogged by the parts I remember, etc.
In all, it just peeves mes that Peter, as the hero of the story, frequently lets people walk over him. I suppose if you were of a mind to enjoy subtle differentiation in character portrayal, the seemingly meek and patheticn-ess of Peter Parker compared to the bombastic and extraordinary personality of Spider-Man would make for an excellent contrast.
But I want to see my favorite hero be Amazing, spectacular, and that includes Parker. When it comes down to bullshit ideals like not defending himself or morally reprehensible plot twists like in Ultimate, it is annoying, point taken or not.
Shit, even during the symbiote arc, in spectacular, Flash talked down to Peter as if he had a leg to stand on, and never got called out for anything. What a houdini.
>>79838784 >Iris, Joe and I arent telling you something because it will put you in danger, please try to understand where we are coming from >No, fuck the both of you. Im going to be bitchy and smug until you tell me
>>79838784 I'm so fucking glad I'm the only one who noticed this I counted how many days she was in the hosptal. It was 4. She was in the hospital bed for 4 days because a small piece of glass cut her shoulder
>>79844497 >I'm the only one who noticed this I mean I'm NOT the only one who noticed this. Also how come a 2% drop in speed for barry somehow meant that he couldn't move fast enough to catch some glass when at a 100% he could literally travel in time?
>>79848249 >>79838604 >I can't defend myself from bullies >I can't be remotely physically competent or autonomous >It'll put my identity in danger That is the problem; when Peter would have been extremely justified in slapping Flash or his goons around, he didn't, not because he couldn't or didn't want to, but because he thought for some odd reason it would endanger his identity, due to his powers. As if he couldn't say he took classes or watched online videos, he's made more bullshit excuses than that.
The problem isn't that he doesn't stand up for himself, it's that he had such piss poor reasons for not defending himself. Honestly, the water balloon part is the worst. He could have humiliated Flash by not letting him score a single hit, but didn't because fuck dignity.
Honestly, no villain this season but the Turtle should even be a threat. At his current power he could literally be behind their back and punching them out with a blow before they even knew he was there.
I don't know how people with projectile based powers can even put up a fight.
How did he not take out the evil versions of his friends in 3 seconds?
>>79854120 >ow did he not take out the evil versions of his friends in 3 seconds? Wasn't that explained that he was hesitating because he didn't want to hurt his friends then Wells yelled at him saying "They aren't your friends!"
>>79854421 I'd guess something along the lines of cognitive dissonance. I love my dad to death, but if someone with his face and way of carrying themselves did bad shit or was trying to hurt me, even if I knew it wasn't him, I don't doubt that, subconsciously, I'd be holding back because there's always that sick whisper in your mind, "What if? What if I'm dreaming or under someone else's control, seeing what they want me to? hat if they could be good again?"
>>79854599 You. I'd team up with you to fight off a coalition of our worst enemies hellbent on detonating a doomsday device that ravages the populace, allowing them to pick up the pieces and rule unopposed. n-no homo
>>79854854 Fuck that, for real. My father and I literally have a discussion every once in a while about what to do if either one of us become zombies, since it's a peeve (read:fear) of mine. I'd hate to come home to that.
Literally I tell him to shoot me in the head if I become one, and I'll do the same, because I ain't coming back. If not, decapitation, dismemberment, or shit, even throwing a blanket over our heads and pushing the other out a window.
...Why don't people put blankets over zombies, anyway? Pretty easy to get away from them, in theory that way.
>>79839125 Its a testament to how fucking retarded Baneposters and the rest of /tv/ are. They've been making fun of a scene they legitimately didn't even understand for fucking years despite hearing it quoted more often than lines from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
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