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Itís honestly kind of a crime against humanity that Martian Manhunter isnít more popular because that dude rules. The whole time I read JLI, I was imagining Jíonn with the voice of Andre Braugher from Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Is his origin still being summoned in the '50s? I think they should play on that. First, for funzies make Dr Erdel end up summoning him in a Roswell Experiment. Then tell stories of J'onn's adventures throughout American history until the near-past where the JLA showed up, under his various identities.
Can't believe it's taken this long for Johns' Stargirl to be collected.
I believe it was collected previously — I certainly have two volumes in my collection from a while back.
Well now I feel silly.
Anyway, to piggyback off the Ms. Marvel cartoon question from the Marvel thread; who here wants a Jaime Reyes Blue Beetle cartoon?
Jaime is one of my favorite DC heroes and the original mid-00s run is an amazing comic. I'd love to see it adapted, though Young Justice working in the Reach pretty much put the kibosh on that.
I'd like to see a Jaime Reyes cartoon.
Pre or post new 52?
Because Iíve seen the post new 52 one done better. Pre-New 52 had a lot of clever ideas though and its themes and concepts wouldnít just make people pine for more Guyver.
Pre new 52 of course.
Has it ever been stated if there's any world in the 5th dimension besides Zrrf? It's an entire dimension, the regular 4 have an entire multiverse in it so I'd think there should be a bunch of realities. Also, anyone find it weird how Anti-Matter only ever has one universe, but positive matter has a bunch?
Kelly Sue DeConnick will be staying off social media for a few issues of her Aquaman run due to fears of backlash for how she'll write Arthur and Mera
She considers the two a fascinating couple, but wants to test them.
Edited by Zarius on May 23rd 2019 at 2:52:59 AM
Tom King to leave Batman at issue #85...for Batman/Catwoman 12-issue mini-series.
Wow that sounds like every Tom King comic ever.
I think the dude needs a spa day.
Edited by RodimusMinor on May 24th 2019 at 9:35:26 AM
I mean, it sounds like his Batman comics, yes, because that is, after all, the big theme he's going for. But it doesn't sound anything like his other comics.
Sure sounds a lot like Vision and Heroes in Crisis and that Superman one-off to me.
All I know is Batman is the last one I'd turn to for hope and love. Depression, trauma, and general assholery tend to be more his wheelhouse.
Batman's a dude who suffered the worst thing that could happen to a child and dedicated the rest of his life to ensuring that it never happen to anyone else.
Sometimes people forget this and have him build killer satellites.
To be perfectly honest I am over Grim Tortured Suffering Batman. He can angst and have some gothic creepiness to him but for fuck's sake let the dude smile now and again.
I've not read King's Batman or MM but I've heard scene from Spider-Man/Deadpool is an accurate parody/summation.
Edited by Aleistar on May 24th 2019 at 10:24:22 AM
Again: none of those are what King himself wrote, which was "how our greatest hero turns fear into bravery, pain into hope, trauma into love."
Edited by alliterator on May 24th 2019 at 9:32:04 AM
yeah he sure turns trauma into love when he hit tim.
He deserves it for turning into a major overpowered douchebag as an adult.
Bruce is an overpowered douchebag adult. He deserves what Tim got and more.
No excuse, he should know better.
Plus Adult-Tim is a very charmless douche. Holier than Thou future versions are just the worst.
I mean, if he'd hit adult Tim, you'd have a point.
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