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Another fine episode. I really like how Kissyman is acknowledging his fondness for Lefty, and how that scares him a little. It's also nice to see him interact with others from his untold past, like Fang, and how he's willing to help them out if he can get help from them, even if it's at the expense of some bruised ribs. Quite the complicated character, that Kissyman.
Two flubs I think I heard: I think right after the first break, I am referred to as "Big Jim" and "Jim" - unless there's a different character being referenced. I couldn't recall a Jim being mentioned yet, which is why I thought it was supposed to be everyone's favorite spoiled milk karate detective. And then towards the end, in a cute bit of irony (perhaps intentional?) The ultra hot japanese sexpot tells him to meet at an address of 135 - do you need to write this down? - which kIssyman declines, and then threatens that if anyone else shows up at 133 ...
Glad to hear there's TWO more episodes! I'm all for prolonging this story as much as possible. :D
I understood more of the german promo than I thought I would. "Apex is a hero; Lionheart was once a hero, and Thomas has a lot of anger towards heroes. What is a hero, in a world (something something)? These questions are answered in thirty episodes of A Hero's Life, a story of classic super heroes in a modern world. It begins on March 15. http://www.kulturpop.net/heldenleben. A new hero for a new time."
__ BigJohn: Badass enough to get the drop on Kissyman __