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#51 Edited by Nerx (15088 posts) - - Show Bio

@akbogert: Holmes certainly didn't follow through, RIP colorado folks

#52 Posted by akbogert (3192 posts) - - Show Bio

@nerx: I think I lost you somewhere between wondering why comics fans don't turn to terrorism more often and suggesting that a person who murders people in a movie theater also told the truth about loving Jesus.

In any case, this is outright derailment at this point, so... I'm going to stop.

#53 Posted by TDK_1997 (14456 posts) - - Show Bio

It's just Johns' stupidity but rather having it just stick around and have stupid moments that just look ridiculous he may develop the relationship into something good.

#54 Posted by Nerx (15088 posts) - - Show Bio

@tdk_1997 said:

It's just Johns' stupidity but rather having it just stick around and have stupid moments that just look ridiculous he may develop the relationship into something good.

Agree, he turns poop into gold

and in terms of movies the other way around

#55 Posted by Danvader64 (253 posts) - - Show Bio

Both. I think it's a good relationship but I also think it's something that was made to get the fans attention.

#56 Posted by lykopis (10756 posts) - - Show Bio

Still not feeling it. In a way, being with each other only alienates them more from the world. A good enough writer could make it work, but even then only temporarily. Forever and ever isn't in the cards for these two. It shouldn't be, anyway.

#57 Posted by Press Oblivion (1643 posts) - - Show Bio

I think that everyone knows that this was just a plot tool to get blown up in Trinity War. I really wish that it weren't but it is what it is.

#58 Posted by veronicacris (110 posts) - - Show Bio

DC wasted all the potential it could have, that boo at a comic con says a lot about what majority of fans think about the couple.

#59 Edited by doordoor123 (3721 posts) - - Show Bio

@mpfly88 said:

@jsh92: Yeah i'd say so, if one such as Diana and Clark for example is starting to come across as an obvious publicity stunt.

Same can be said about Buddy Baker and Ellen Baker. What seemed like a relationship just ended up being a plot device. Any character that isn't a main character is usually eventually used as some sort of plot device. That's why those characters are there.

I DO think that trinity war is too soon to end the relationship. I think that will last beyond that and I think that a lot more then just Trinity War needs to come from that relationship. If not, I think it was a failed opportunity. But I know there is more then Trinity War. Not enough has developed yet. They have really only been dating. Wait until they're actually in a relationship.

#60 Posted by darkman61288 (718 posts) - - Show Bio
#61 Posted by veronicacris (110 posts) - - Show Bio

@veronicacris: Why did they boo?

A fan said that he like Superman and Wonder Woman together in the panel and people hissed

#62 Posted by darkman61288 (718 posts) - - Show Bio

@veronicacris: I heard about that. I guess most fans don't like it.

#64 Posted by HuiZe (40 posts) - - Show Bio

who is an icon every bit as much as Superman.

This statement is false.

#65 Posted by Primebonnick (1713 posts) - - Show Bio

i welcome this relationship was tired of him and lois. I was hoping it would be maxima when she appeared but i glad its wonder woman, i hope the writer's don't end it because fans are bitching. Waiting until Superman/Wonderwoman is released to judge and stop bitching over him not being with lois. Some fans just gotta accept it and move on. They act like it will be long term jesus

#66 Posted by kgb725 (5786 posts) - - Show Bio

My only problem with it is that the relationship hasn't gone too far since the kiss