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by tallyho
9 months ago
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Re: The Fundamental Question

Not every one is here to see a loss. I prefer a to and fro battle where, after setbacks, the heroine wins through. Might suffer on the way but gets there in the end.
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: I'm starring in a Supergirl movie

If you click the EDIT option on the FIRST POST (the little pen) you can edit the title.
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: You must watch this Wonder Woman

Amazing but I wish he /they had done some of the peril shots. I was all hyped up for a murderous missile bit of Gadot bondage
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: What constitutes a super heroine?

By that definition, Captain Janeway from Star Trek: Voyager is a superhero. Which I think we'd all agree she isn't. What unique or special ability or technology does she have? The ship isn't unique it's one of a class of ships and any Captain can command it. So I would say she doesn't meet the crit...
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: What constitutes a super heroine?

"Elevated status" yes, "rare ability or carried technology", yes, "used to regularly fight wrongdoers" yes. What elevated status due to unique or rare abilities - she is a captain with the leadership qualities captains have which is why they get promoted to captaincy. There are lots of Captains. Wh...
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

Well the comics always gave Sg a head of golden blonde hair like Slaters was (coloured for the role admittedly) whereas Melissa was more of a dishwater blonde, so I would say Helen fitted the comic visualisation better. And yes I grew up with her and fancied her rotten when I was 15. I'm still traum...
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: I'm making a Supergirl movie!

How about trapped underground, maybe a mining disaster or some such?

You could be using strength, superspeed to dig, heat vision, and if the mine is flooding your freezing breath as well.
(I can't see the pic above, it might just be me but can you try and repost it?)
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

If you edit your first post - and I think it HAS TO BE IN THE FIRST POST everyone

(In FULL EDITOR & PREVIEW mode if you are creating a thread )

if you go below the text box you can see next to the Attachments tab there is a POLL CREATION tab.

Click on that and it should be easy enough from there
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: The U.S. election

You missed out the bit where he put children in cages. Oh and the 4000 lawsuits he's been involved in. And the umpteen women he assaulted. And the between 5 and 23 times a day (depending on which source you use) that he has lied or repeated false or misleading statements. And him declaring in the la...
by tallyho
2 months ago
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Re: Poll: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

I was 15 when I saw it and arguably more of the target audience age, and I felt it was not as bad as it was painted, watching it at that age. It's nowhere near as bad as Quest for Peace. At the time I used to watch approx 15-20 films a week ( Saturdays I used to watch 7 regularly on the telly) so I ...
by tallyho
1 month ago
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Re: Poll: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

I can't see your image Deceiver

I had a look and you had some resizing code after the image so I edited that out and I can see her now in all her Sg glory
by tallyho
1 month ago
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Re: Poll: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

I've edited your post since to remove the resizing code off the end and I can see her now - hopefully everyone else can also?
(apologies for editing your post I simply wanted to see if removing that sizing code worked)
by tallyho
1 month ago
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Re: Wonderwoman Chronicles: Chapter 1

Google translate is a simple way to improve. Paste the story in your language and convert to English then paste the English here. I haven't read it yet. I would say though when you have people talking to use quotation marks around the spoken part - " Hello" said Wonder Woman. That makes it easier to...
by tallyho
1 month ago
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Re: Batgirl story ideas/suggestions

I'd maybe consider several smaller triggers that drive her back to putting on the cowl. Perhaps she sees some inspirational story on the news - granny fights off two muggers or something and then starts to think if an 89 y. o. can do it what am I afraid of, perhaps she witnesses an act of bravery in...
by tallyho
1 month ago
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Re: had a message from Lloyd Kaufman on my twitter

It makes stories very hard to read.
It's the difference between
Helping your uncle, Jack, off his horse
And
helping your uncle jack off his horse.
by tallyho
1 month ago
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The Making of Supergirl (1984)

Hi found this on YouTube, apologies if its been posted somewhere here already but it's 4yrs old on You tube so may have been


by tallyho
1 month ago
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Re: Helen Slater as Supergirl: An Appreciation

She was just stunning.
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Hard to believe she didn't want my babies.

Think this one might be from her audition as she famously turned up in a home made costume, and this looks like it.
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by tallyho
4 weeks ago
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Re: THE James Bond is dead

A very good actor, just no good at accents unless they were Scottish Spaniards /Egyptians or Scottish Estonian Russians. He didn't try to do another accent. Connery was very single-minded individual. His own accent was acquired. He learnt to speak like a Scottish gentleman. Roger Moore did the simi...
by tallyho
4 weeks ago
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Re: AMAZOS - a WW origin story UPDATED 01/10/2020

Part 51 The young woman walked solemnly through the marbled halls of the temple, the soft footfalls of her sandals padding a slow drumbeat towards the high altar. Before her in two hands she bore the black glazed votive cup by her fingertips, the liquid within as black as the container that bore it....
by tallyho
4 weeks ago
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Re: Original heroines, yet again again again

Please note we DO have a LIKE BUTTON but MH may not have got around to adding it to all sub forums yet.

It's the THUMB UP symbol in the top right hand corner of the post options
by tallyho
3 weeks ago
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Re: The best superheroine casting of all time is...

Damselbinder wrote: 3 weeks ago Pom Klementieff as Mantis from Guardians of the Galaxy. Sweet, sexy, innocent, and beautiful.

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Go on admit it, you've just got a thing for empathic antennae
by tallyho
3 weeks ago
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Re: The Knight in Interrogation Gone Wrong

Very good stuff. You can imply a few actions with out actually spelling them out (like having the buzzing noise and then her checking the phone - we don't need to be told that's what the buzzing was) - not trying to be hypercritical just pointing it out to make a tighter story. Remember it's a visua...
by tallyho
3 weeks ago
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Re: The Knight in Interrogation Gone Wrong

Whoa let's avoid barbed attacks on each other please, especially when the criticism is constructive and non malicious.
by tallyho
1 week ago
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Re: Helen Slater as Supergirl: An Appreciation

Supergirllegend wrote: 1 week ago AF42E9B6-1188-444B-9956-38B3E2FB5D1C.gif
Good to see that fringe looks just as shit on Helen as it does on Mel.

WTF were they thinking
by tallyho
1 week ago
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Re: Helen Slater as Supergirl: An Appreciation

Or of course I could just post the YouTube link direct.
D'oh!
Sorry lads had a Trump lawyer moment there

by tallyho
1 week ago
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Re: Hypatia Ensnared by Redgvicente

Bert wrote: 1 week ago Well this is another vine mess I've gotten myself into!
I can ban you, you know.
by tallyho
1 week ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

He hasn't attended a coronavirus task force meeting since May. He didn't allow said task force to deliver any pandemic updates until last week some 4 months since the last one. Whilst other Presidents have played golf, a) they haven't done so when a quarter of a million of their fellow citizens are ...
by tallyho
1 week ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

But the problem I have is that he has actively undermined the public health message. Most of the far east countries HAVE controlled the virus - look at New Zealand - like Britain they are an island and so should have an advantage, unlike Britain they have been consistent in their actions. Trump and ...
by tallyho
1 week ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

He's had nothing to do with it. Astrozeneca have a potential vaccine within 9 months of the outbreak and they are British. ALL governments globally abandoned the red tape. He's nothing special. Pfizer were funded by German government
by tallyho
1 week ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Let's not forget this is the imbecile who suggested injecting bleach. And before anyone says ' he was joking' look at the footage - he was deadly serious, with the emphasis on deadly. 18 idiots gave it a try that weekend. BUT if, IF you accept it was a 'joke', what kind of a callous monster 'jokes' ...
by tallyho
6 days ago
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Posting pics and Adding a signature

If you want to add a signature, please follow these inatructions- SIGNATURE INSTRUCTIONS CLICK on your username in top right corner of screen Select USER CONTROL PANEL Select PROFILE Select EDIT SIGNATURE Type your signature or paste your link Save it and close by hitting SUBMIT That's it POSTING PI...
by tallyho
5 days ago
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Re: To cheer us all up

And this seemed like such a good idea at the time...
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by tallyho
5 days ago
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Re: To cheer us all up

I should point out that the Chuckle Brothers were UK kids entertaners

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by tallyho
3 days ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

17th straight day of record hospital admissions.
Brace yourselves for big rises in the death toll next week.
Wear masks and stay safe
by tallyho
8 hours ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Most if not all there were wearing masks (particularly in the Biden victory gatherings) and it was criticised at the time but was mostly spontaneous taking to the streets rather than organised planned events often INDOORS in deliberate violation of the medical advice your own administration was putt...