@Fuchsia_Nightingale: Destiny's Embrace or Oathkeeper?
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Oh my goodness. THAT'S WHY PEOPLE HAVE BLUE OR RED NAMES. My CV experience has just gained a whole new dimension.
@Fuchsia_Nightingale As you mentioned Kingdom Hearts, I'm hoping this is a good question: If you could own a Keyblade and any three keychains, which would you choose (and why)?
Just a note, that a lot of confusion and questions in these comments would be unnecessary if people read the original article which is linked at the end of the OP...
@Dark_Guyver: Yeah, I've never actually seen the character before so I'm looking forward to his role there, for sure.
@chalkshark: I keep trying to wrap my mind around the fact that they tried to fire Gail Simone. All their other creative decisions pale in comparison to how baffling that one was.
That picture could mean a lot of things, but I definitely didn't get "Venom" from it at all. Even after reading the hypothesis it strikes me as a kind of baseless speculation. And as some have pointed out, it looks more like a morgue locker than anything else. Obviously we'll see, but...I don't expect it to come out being in any way related.
@Dark_Guyver: He's already shown up as a coming attraction in Red Hood and the Outlaws, ostensibly having agreed to take them out.
@V_Scarlotte_Rose: @akbogert: romance is OK like between Clark and Lois pre flash point. But when its like starfire its not that she slept with three guys its that she and Roy had sex when Jason and her kinda had something. And that roys insane to piss Jason off. I like arsenal and I like redhood but I don't want to see any of there sex life.
Well to be fair, Jason and Starfire had very little going on. She clearly just saw it as a way of fulfilling needs, and Roy even basically went so far to ask Jason how he felt about it (not that, from Starfire's perspective, it was up to Jason; she's not his to make decisions about). Jason moved on pretty quickly, actually found another girl (if she wasn't introduced by the time you stopped reading, then she was in the next issue). Meanwhile we see he's had at least a couple other relationships in the past. I'm not saying the guy's a tool (though, I mean, there may an argument there), but he's far more promiscuous than Starfire at this point. As Kori has come to understand (and by that I guess I mean re-remember, because there's that weird and inexplicable amnesia she's got going on right now) how humans view relationships and intimacy, she has definitely adjusted, and like I said she and Roy are basically an item now.
In my book, I'm not more or less interested in the sex life of these characters than any other; thankfully, as I said, I never got a sense that that was even really a big deal past maybe the first or second issue; it's certainly not a major plot point or anything. Anyhow, I appreciate your position regardless. I'd suggest maybe reading something other than this book, with characters more likely to abide by more modest conventions, but seeing as you're not reading it anyway I guess that's moot :)
@V_Scarlotte_Rose: Yeah. I'm not going to try to say "there must be sex, and lots of it, and between every romantic couple." And there are plenty of reasons to leave it entirely off-panel. But not always. I just think it's a bit excessive to say one doesn't want sex in comics, that's all.