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My latest column is up here if anyone is interested. Nuff said.
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I read the column, however I know nothing about Ant-Man so I really do not have any valid input on it.

Thats the problem with me and comic book films, I know very little about the details and usually have to be reminded of things. Such as I never knew that Silver Surfer turned good and helped the Fantastic Four until seeing the latest film.

I was always more of a collector then reader which people like you hate.

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I read the column, however I know nothing about Ant-Man so I really do not have any valid input on it.

Thats the problem with me and comic book films, I know very little about the details and usually have to be reminded of things. Such as I never knew that Silver Surfer turned good and helped the Fantastic Four until seeing the latest film.

I was always more of a collector then reader which people like you hate.

He wasn't really bad to begin with. He gave up his life to serve Galactus. The deal was that Galactus spared Norin Raad's planet in exchanged for his service as a herald (which means he scouts out planets ahead to see if they are usable sustenance for Galactus.) In order to do this Galactus gave Raad the "Power Cosmic" which turned him into the Silver Surfer. When the Surfer reached Earth, he saw humanity's potential and convinced Galactus to spare Earth. The Fantastic Four played a big part in that, hence the second movie.
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He wasn't really bad to begin with. He gave up his life to serve Galactus. The deal was that Galactus spared Norin Raad's planet in exchanged for his service as a herald (which means he scouts out planets ahead to see if they are usable sustenance for Galactus.) In order to do this Galactus gave Raad the "Power Cosmic" which turned him into the Silver Surfer. When the Surfer reached Earth, he saw humanity's potential and convinced Galactus to spare Earth. The Fantastic Four played a big part in that, hence the second movie.
Well can you tell me what purpose the craters that silver surfer made served?

I never did understand that...
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Well can you tell me what purpose the craters that silver surfer made served?

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It made it easier for Galactus to tap into the Earth's core with his tendrils, thus draining its thermal energy for his sustenance.
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It made it easier for Galactus to tap into the Earth's core with his tendrils, thus draining its thermal energy for his sustenance.
Ahhhh that makes a lot more sense now cause my dumbass was thinking that he was marking the world in different spots for some reason that I never figured out.
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Lightbulb Just to update you all on the Ant Man movie,

here is a link to IMDB about it. Right now it is categorized as "being in production, the data is subject to change; some data could be removed completely."
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