I’m not a fan of TV tropes. I hate it when I read a story about a villain that’s a bit too similar to the hero. I also hate when the story becomes a cliché or a plot device, and then I read the next book and it’s all over the place. I’m also not a fan of the idea of a villain, and I’m sure there are many other things I’m not interested in.
Well, there are many other things I am not interested in, but I like the idea of a villain who is very similar to the heroes, and has a story that is a bit more interesting than the heroes. I mean, I would rather read a book about an awesome villain who is a bit like the hero, but still fun. So when I read stories about villains I like to imagine that their story is a bit more interesting to me than the heroes, and vice-versa.
The villains are the ones who are a bit like the heroes. Some of the villains are better, some aren’t. Most of them are the heroes, but just because the villains are bad doesn’t mean that the heroes are bad. I mean, the heroes could say that the villain is better.
When I read The Avengers, I really like the look of the characters in their skin. But I also like that they’re wearing super-thick armor. In other words, they look like they own armor. I like the idea that you can get away with a simple attack, but if you want to take your body and eat it and die, it’s pretty simple.
As much as I love the hero’s look in those comic books, I really like the idea of the villains looking like they’re wearing armor as well. This is a very cool (and in my eyes, more sophisticated) idea and I think that’s really cool that they can just look like they’re wearing a full suit of battle armor.
The idea of armor in a comic book is that it’s a way of hiding away the fact that you’re a superhero. The problem is that most of the heroes in these books are still pretty weak, and you’re constantly reminded of it. As if they actually care about keeping their identity a secret. If they did care, they’d go out and hunt down and kill the bad guys, as they should. So maybe this idea is a little bit over-the-top.
Well, yes and no. I think the idea is pretty cool, but if I were to describe it, I would say it’s a little bit over-the-top. I think it’s a great idea, but it’s basically just a suit with a bunch of bullet holes that makes it look like a hero is fighting. Which is a little bit over the top.
But even if the plot twists are a little over the top, they’re still a great idea. The idea of a dude in a helmet battling bad guys in a suit is just about as badass as you can get, and its one of the best TV tropes in the series.
Yeah, the show may have done its best to avoid the over-the-top, but I think it has done a pretty good job on keeping the suit/hero thing on the down-low. There are quite a few moments in the show where its hard to tell who’s who, which is a shame because I think the show has really developed some pretty cool characters over the course of its run.