I don't know whether to be flattered that you feel like I'm an old friend, or simply annoyed that you think I'm a sock. Maybe both. And you're taking the thread off topic.
Anyway, Fantastic Four and Daredevil are completely lame in every single version, although I like Jennifer Garner.
The only reason I'd be interested in Hulk is due to my transmogrification/disfigurement fetishes and my fetish for green skin. Though really the She-hulk is better for that. It was permanent in her case, wasn't it? The Hulk himself would only be interesting if he could be a regular blood or sperm donor.
The lady who donned this witch costume is right - if only it were socially acceptable for her to dress like that every day. She does look larger than life and kind of unnatural. Much more like my dream lady than she does ordinarily.
I admire Jennifer because of her versatility as an actress. She can give off a sense of warmth, and strength too if required.
On the subject of freckled faces again - you all know that advertisers online are like those mendacious adverts in old British newspapers were before they had to conform to any standards. They would advertise tonics to make men grow to six feet - and show stick figures with little lines coming off their heads so they looked amazed. They would also claim to make potions that would turn a young woman with thin, straggly hair into a different woman with thick, sleek and glossy hair...
There are a lot of strange adverts for beauty aids and supposed easy body modifications online. YouTube has a lot of supposed subliminal videos that can turn the viewers beautiful or change their bodies... somehow. It seems like a load of bunkum. But the subject of freckled faces is a bit mixed. 90% of videos on the subject are for getting freckled faces and 10% are for removing them. Weird. Then 90% of people agree with me that freckled faces are more beautiful, 10% think they are less so. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.