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Re: All Things COMIC BOOKS
« Reply #195 on: February 09, 2017, 12:59:42 AM »
enjoyed the LEGION premiere.
i wonder how much they are going to actually tie into the Xmen mythos, especially with Professor X being his father.
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« Reply #196 on: February 11, 2017, 11:09:33 AM »
enjoyed the LEGION premiere.
i wonder how much they are going to actually tie into the Xmen mythos, especially with Professor X being his father.

I thought it was a great episode. And I loved how I couldn't tell what time period it took place in. At first it seemed like the 60's-70's era (even the music fit this era) in the asylum, then it went all futuristic outside. And David's girlfriend being named after the original singer of Pink Floyd is a great nod.

Part of the score even sounded like it was ripped right out of Stranger Things.
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Re: All Things COMIC BOOKS
« Reply #197 on: February 13, 2017, 06:26:33 PM »
enjoyed the LEGION premiere.
i wonder how much they are going to actually tie into the Xmen mythos, especially with Professor X being his father.

I thought it was a great episode. And I loved how I couldn't tell what time period it took place in. At first it seemed like the 60's-70's era (even the music fit this era) in the asylum, then it went all futuristic outside. And David's girlfriend being named after the original singer of Pink Floyd is a great nod.

Part of the score even sounded like it was ripped right out of Stranger Things.
yeah i was getting a pink floyd psychedelic era vibe even before they mentioned Syd when they were eplaying the Stones song- the one that jas the line" shes like a Rain-bow', cant think of the name.
excited for Ep 2
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Re: All Things COMIC BOOKS
« Reply #198 on: February 13, 2017, 06:51:10 PM »
enjoyed the LEGION premiere.
i wonder how much they are going to actually tie into the Xmen mythos, especially with Professor X being his father.

I thought it was a great episode. And I loved how I couldn't tell what time period it took place in. At first it seemed like the 60's-70's era (even the music fit this era) in the asylum, then it went all futuristic outside. And David's girlfriend being named after the original singer of Pink Floyd is a great nod.

Part of the score even sounded like it was ripped right out of Stranger Things.
yeah i was getting a pink floyd psychedelic era vibe even before they mentioned Syd when they were eplaying the Stones song- the one that jas the line" shes like a Rain-bow', cant think of the name.
excited for Ep 2

You were pretty close, it's called She's a Rainbow. It's on the 'Trippy' Stones album. I love Her Satanic Majesty.
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