Hello, internet, and welcome back for another episode of Fighting Words, the fastest non-libertarian themed podcast on the internet.

In this episode, we’re talking about how not to write the good guys in a movie that is supposed to be a light-hearted battle of good versus evil. Spoiler alert: you don’t do it like Guardians of the Galaxy.

That’s right, I’m that guy. The guy who didn’t think that Guardians of the Galaxy was a high watermark for the marvel cinematic universe. I’m also the guy who liked The Incredible Hulk. Because at least Ed Norton’s Hulk made more sense than Mark Rufalo saying that he’s angry all the time. If Banner is angry all the time then he should be the Hulk all the time. That’s how it works, Joss Whedon.

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Here’s the audio.

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Music Credits

“Pump Sting” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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