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It's been interesting to see the comic change, not just the development in art but in your storytelling skills as well. I love the longer arcs, keen to see what the addition of Kiddo brings to them!
But yeah, opinions. I've never been that active about my fandomy thoughts online, save occasional commenting here and some ancient LJ ranting. These days I'm content with expressing my views (or god forbid, "feels") on tumblr by reblogging something about something and tag-bombing the shit out of it. Pretty much anything I have got to say has been said already, so I'll just find the post most fitting my take on things.
Anyhow, I think the most diverse comic I read is Chew. Then again it's creator-owned Image insanity about food-related...powers (nothing super about some of them), without a cape in sight.
As for Community, a friend promised to have an introductory season 1 marathon with me if I swore to never watch season 4, nor acknowledge its existence.
I told him to shut up, because a mere mention of him liking it or not would tell me many things, as I know his taste in movies.
At the moment Star Trek Into Darkness is the only film I'm spoiler-shielding myself as I got to see Iron Man 3 last weekend. I should just go tumblr-free until I've seen it. I don't watch trailers online, but mere seconds after any new material comes out, there's a saturated gif set, fan art, frame by frame analysis and crossover with Supernatural or something. Tumblr savior is a thing, sure, but it only works if people tag their posts properly.
I'm going to see the Great Gatsby, but I read the book and Kate Beaton's strips, so the only thing internet can spoil for me is the level of trainwreck.
As for Superman, I saw a Man of Steel teaser in the cinema and at first thought it was a gritty fishing drama, The Perfect Storm 2 or something.
I do adore DD-L, though I always wonder how much of a Method man he was back in the eighties when he played a gay thug in My Beautiful Laundrette..
I've heard good things of it though, from here and everywhere, so if I were to start watching it now, should I just pretend there are only four seasons?