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I started watching this around the 4th episode, but got to admit it's pretty addictive and have been back tracking. EMPIRE.
 
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Ok, I am for the first time watching X-Files(wasn't allowed to watch it as a kid, parents thought it was too scary or something) and I'm loving it so much!

I would love to see Rittenhouse do a set spanning the whole series and maybe movies, with autos in there FB style.
Especially since there is talk of doing another season/mini series with both David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson having both expressed their interest in continuing the roles.


Well, at least the X-Files actors don't seem to mind being drawn on cards like some other folks Rittenhouse has had to contend with recently.
These are from IDW Limited and were issued last year along with a comic book.


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Well, at least the X-Files actors don't seem to mind being drawn on cards like some other folks Rittenhouse has had to contend with recently.
Big Grin


Wow Chesspieceface, those sketches are really nice! Love the Dana Scully one alot Smile

I think the is still alot of things they could do with a new set, and I'd like to see a David Duchovny auto that isn't a sticker and in FB style.
 
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And so many fantastic guest stars for potential autographs. Actor Bryan Cranston and writer Vince Gilligan (of "Breaking Bad" fame) met while working on the "X-Files" if I'm not mistaken.
Even Stephen King wrote an episode towards the end of the series. I'd love to see a full Rittenhouse effort for "X-Files"!

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And so many fantastic guest stars for potential autographs. Actor Bryan Cranston and writer Vince Gilligan (of "Breaking Bad" fame) met while working on the "X-Files" if I'm not mistaken.
Even Stephen King wrote an episode towards the end of the series. I'd love to see a full Rittenhouse effort for "X-Files"!


I'm glad to know I'm not the only one.
You're right about the guest stars, it's amazing the amount big names that have been on the show.

I was also surprised watching the first few seasons, it seemed like every other episode had an actor that I recognised from Stargate, it was fun to watch just to see if I could remember which character or episode they were from.

And I must admit the Vince Gilligan written episodes are some of my favourites so far, and I'd love a Bryan Cranston auto not for Breaking Bad, but for Malcolm in the Middle. He stole the spotlight in every scene he was in, he was just too good. It actually took me a bit to see him as Walter White because all I could see was Hal, but that changed pretty quickly Smile
 
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We noticed him on "Malcolm", too. His "power-walking" episode is an all-time classic, for sure. Great to see someone kind of overlooked end up achieving such fame...

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We should see a set for Agent Carter. There are plenty of actors from other hit TV series in it.
 
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Give us a new X-Files set with the return of the show next year! Smile
 
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Ok, I am for the first time watching XFiles(wasn't allowed to watch it as a kid, parents thought it was too scary or something) and I'm loving it so much!

I would love to see Rittenhouse do a set spanning the whole series and maybe movies, with autos in there FB style.
Especially since there is talk of doing another season/mini series with both David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson having both expressed their interest in continuing the roles.


So happy this 6 episode season is actually happening!

The X-Files was the first show I became obsessed about as an 11 year old. It remains one of my all time favourite shows. Cannot wait till it's return next year. It will make The X-Files a show that has appeared across 3 decades - 90's, 00's and 20 teens (lol i dont even know what we are supposed to call this decade)
 
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I think it's the "tens".

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So, I finished all of the X-Files including the two movies, definitely want RA to do something for the 6 ep season return.

Now I'm going through withdrawal Twak so I started something I keep hearing great things about.

Vikings.

This show is amazing! I want to see someone make a set out of this show, the costume cards alone would be fantastic.
And with the beautiful locations that they shoot in, they could do some pretty nice stuff with sketches I reckon.
 
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I like the Gotham suggestion.

How about Bitten or Haven? I watch those series.
 
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How about Bitten or Haven? I watch those series.


Haven? I would be all over a Haven set Big Grin
 
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Well I lost most of yesterday to Netflix, so I'm just going to say it; Daredevil Big Grin

Absolutely stellar cast and it's obviously doing well with critics and fans alike, so here's hoping! I'd prefer it to follow suit from Agents of Shield and let Rittenhouse handle it personally!
 
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Well I lost most of yesterday to Netflix, so I'm just going to say it; Daredevil Big Grin

Absolutely stellar cast and it's obviously doing well with critics and fans alike, so here's hoping! I'd prefer it to follow suit from Agents of Shield and let Rittenhouse handle it personally!


So it's nothing like the Ben Affleck Daredevil movie?
As I found that one kinda boring, I thought it was just the character of Daredevil himself, but if the show is good maybe it was just the script. I'll have to give it a shot.
 
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It's the same premise, blind lawyer by day, vigilante by night, so that might still come off as boring, I don't know. It is slow at times, around the mid, mid-to-end episodes, but the Netflix format allows it to take the time it needs in building the story and sub plots and developing the characters into something more than the 2003 film did. It's also higher rated, darker and more brutal than the rest of the MCU, and the 2003 film. It's definitely informed a lot by the critical reception of the film - that one tried too hard to replicate Spider-Man success. I can't fault the cast - main, guest, and recurring. The 'small time' villains even shine in my opinion.

If you have Netflix I'd certainly give the first couple a go at least Smile
 
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Now I'm going through withdrawal Twak so I started something I keep hearing great things about.

Vikings.

This show is amazing! ...


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It's also higher rated, darker and more brutal than the rest of the MCU, and the 2003 film. It's definitely informed a lot by the critical reception of the film - that one tried too hard to replicate Spider-Man success. I can't fault the cast - main, guest, and recurring. The 'small time' villains even shine in my opinion.

If you have Netflix I'd certainly give the first couple a go at least Smile


We've seen the first 3 episodes and will definitely be seeing the rest, and soon. There's a lot to like with the one.

The actor playing Matt Murdock, Charlie Cox, is superb in the role. And whether there's a "DD" set or not in the future, it's nice that there are already autograph cards from Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page on "DD") as she was Jessica Hamby on "True Blood" and has signed for Rittenhouse for that already.

As for the "Daredevil" movie from 2003 with Ben Affleck, there is an R-Rated extended version of that film that is supposed to be much grittier (more violence and language) than the PG-13 released version that was shown in theatres, and by many accounts the R-Rated version is a lot better, particularly as the "Bullseye" character, played by Colin Farrell, is able to really chew the scenery when he doesn't have to watch his mouth.

It has a whole separate deleted storyline in it that focuses on Matt's life as an attorney. He defends a character played by the then-popular rapper Coolio, who despite being cut out of the release version entirely, still appeared on a autograph card from the set Topps released.

The alternate "Director's Cut" version is available on DVD, although I'm not sure about BluRay. I actually have it, but haven't seen the longer version yet. I think after I've seen the rest of the episodes, I'll finally watch that R-Rated version and see if it compares any more favorably to the series, which has hit the ground running.

I'm looking forward to the other 3 Netflix Marvel shows that are in the pipeline now. The heroes of all four will be united as a team eventually, it's thought, and they will be called "The Defenders". Something about Daredevil that really sets it apart from the rest of the Marvel Universe is that there really is a lot of solid source material from the comics they can use that isn't overly "fantastical", so that'll help to make a somewhat grounded in reality show that doesn't break the bank to produce. Daredevil's never really been a "cosmic" character. The VAST majority of his adventures have taken place in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan.

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Yes, my first thought was "I hope Rittenhouse have Deborah Ann Woll's contact details at the ready for this!" Big Grin

I'm the opposite - I haven't watched the theatrical cut since it was first released, but have rewatched the director's cut on DVD a couple of times. I do quite like it, for what it's worth, and it's early 00s soundtrack is very good fun on hindsight. Regardless, feature length doesn't do as much justice as 13 hours of Netflix can! Really looking forward to AKA Jessica Jones when it crops up, but I'm definitely curious if we'll have to wait for several years for Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders to be released before getting Daredevil Season 2...
 
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It's the same premise, blind lawyer by day, vigilante by night, so that might still come off as boring, I don't know. It is slow at times, around the mid, mid-to-end episodes, but the Netflix format allows it to take the time it needs in building the story and sub plots and developing the characters into something more than the 2003 film did. It's also higher rated, darker and more brutal than the rest of the MCU, and the 2003 film. It's definitely informed a lot by the critical reception of the film - that one tried too hard to replicate Spider-Man success. I can't fault the cast - main, guest, and recurring. The 'small time' villains even shine in my opinion.

If you have Netflix I'd certainly give the first couple a go at least Smile


Well, I got through 4 episodes over the last couple of days, and all I can say is thank you rwn410 for talking me into watching it.
That is the first comic book adaption tv show that I have been able to sit through, let alone keep me on the edge of my seat wanting more.
Charlie Cox as Daredevil is great, and the guy he works with Foggy? I think was his name, and D'Onofrio as Fisk are brilliant.

A card set for this would definitely go over well I think. Especially if RA did it not Crypto.
 
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