I love a good ship and character development but she is just woefully annoying and as Shane has alluded to before this thing is done to death. Just hurry up and tell her or don’t and drop her ass. There are other ways to show the struggles between human life and balancing superhero duties.It's a common theme on Entertainment Forum threads.
Young men aged 18-35 love violence, action and sarcastic humour. Anything that deviates from that is often seen as a waste of time.
Character relationships that humanise the protagonist through emotionality have been criticised on here for years. Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Dexter, Deadwood etc. have all had the same treatment. I'm not saying that people are wrong to dislike those storylines. Each to their own. But the audience on the Caf is always going to skew towards being relatively nonplussed.
Without Amber, Mark is just an action figure without any boundaries to his motivations. I personally like the Amber arc. I get it when somebody else doesn't, and I think they're wrong. But I get it.
Actually, just tell her to feck off. Moaning whining person you don't need in your life. Find someone less up their own arseThis show is doing that thing I hate, where people just won't talk.
Just tell her you're a fecking superhero. It's just making Amber artificially annoying.
I loved the fact she dumped him anyway. In any other show, the girl would have shown zero self awareness and fawned over the superhero just for being a superhero.For anyone crowing about scenes with Amber and the Mark Grayson part of his life, you should be happy. That was non stop action packed from start to finish.
I think he lied about Viltrum's origins, and their motives. It's clear from the Flaxons episode too that he probably thinks of Earth as his. Maybe he wants to colonise it?This is very entertaining, so many twists. Anyone who hasn't read the comics care to speculate as to Omni Man's motives?