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MindzEye

Wayward Ditch Pig
Ask 100 people at a comic convention who they are and you might not get one.

Now you're just making shit up. Both were regulars in their respective main characters runs. Gamora was a staple in Adam Warlock's various runs for years, and Heimdall in Thor's since the 60's-70's.
 

zeke

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LeafOfFaith

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Now you're just making shit up. Both were regulars in their respective main characters runs. Gamora was a staple in Adam Warlock's various runs for years, and Heimdall in Thor's since the 60's-70's.
Literally next to no one would ever know these characters. And to call a death of one of these characters as anything significant enough to elicit an emotion is pretty silly. Can you think of less important characters to kill off?
 

MindzEye

Wayward Ditch Pig
Literally next to no one would ever know these characters. And to call a death of one of these characters as anything significant enough to elicit an emotion is pretty silly. Can you think of less important characters to kill off?

You don't know them, and that's fine. Anyone who read those runs (Adam Warlock, Thor) would absolutely know who they were.
 

LeafOfFaith

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Point is, these are not important characters whether you think anyone other than die hard comics nerds knows them or not. The stakes on the “real” deaths is nonexistent. The major deaths were obviously just a very temporary gimmick.

Where some of them should’ve died was in that Thanos attack on their HQ at the end. Like how did Paul Rudd not get incinerated at the start of that? So when they died, it was irrelevant. When they should’ve died, literally no one did. No way to get any emotional attachment to any of that.
 

BG

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Nobody is a solid revenge flick - if a little recycled. Some John Wick/Liam Neeson/A-Team/Home Alone mixture that somehow includes Christopher Lloyd and Michael Ironside.

Also watched the first 5 episodes of Ted Lasso - and it's solid feel-good comedy. For what seemed like a one-off character they really have fleshed out a nice storyline with both comedy and family drama beats. There's been dramatic and laughing tears.
 
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