It comes down to, can Batman take the fight close range. I see Batman using smoke and darkness to close the distances, making Dredd's range advantage useless. Up close, Batman takes him. Course, we're doing movie Batman so, Batman can also use the cannons on his batcycle to take out Dredd too.
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Well, my opinion, yes, the Silver Samurai was not in this movie. There was something called the Silver Samurai but, it wasn't the character I came to know and love. Also, had no idea one can rip Adamantium apart with their bare hands. I will say the portrayal of Yukio was pretty awesome so, there is that I guess. And the Viper... don't even get me started on what they did to poor Viper...
In general, the movie was okay. It was entertaining and in the end that's what a movie's for. But yes, I agree, 3/5.
You missed Cloak and Dagger switching? You should read the latest Cloak and Dagger limited series. I guess I can't say I'm surprised though, I love those characters and I thought the series was written very well but no one seemed to get it. Essentially the comic focused on how everyone loved Dagger and not Cloak. Cloak felt it was cause he was darkness she was light (as opposed to Dagger is an extrovert where Cloak is an introvert.) Anyway, the series ended with Dagger having Cloaks powers. I feared they were just going to ignore that so, glad to see they didn't.
Umm, your information is a tad out of date. In fact, most complaints people have with Peter is that his life was good. He moved out, got married, was making money and actually had a decent career. Many people complained that wasn't Peter Parker. Now had you mentioned he made a deal with the devil for his own selfish pride because he felt bad about his aunt and as a result messed over thousands of people to make himself feel better, that one I'd give you. But yes, with great power comes great responsibility. He at least strives to be one, fails alot, but tries. Instead you like a villain who killed someone, took his place and calls himself a hero. He's a poser in the worst way with absolutely NO redeeming factors
@ando123: Are you serious? You like to read about heroes not being heroes I suppose. Well, to each their own. God I hate superior spider-man, the entire concept just makes me ill. It's saying hey, it's okay to be a villain, kill the hero and take his place, what a wonder roll model we have for our children.
I loved their run on Power Girl, it made the character fun and the stories were enjoyable. I look forward to what they can do with Harley but yes, I agree, PLEASE bring back her old outfit. Yes, I know DC took a page from Marvel and changed her to fit the video game but, we can change her back now... please please please
Well, sorry. I personally don't feel Peter Parker needs to be Spider-Man but there's no way I'm going to support a franchise that has taken a world class villain and rewarded him with making him Spider-Man after he killed the previous one. Sorry, that doesn't fly with me and it never will. At least people have stopped with the excuse they are only reading it till Peter Parker comes back, cause he won't till sales crash to a point where they need a new event.
Why do I see this as an attempt to get all the Inhumans into the Avengers? *sighs* I'm honestly having a hard time these days telling one book apart from another these days. Still, I like the Inhumans, I'll have to wait and see what happens.
I think the comment about people watching at home was probably two-fold. Sure, talking about the people reading it to see who dies but also, probably a stab at Hunger Games which this whole thing is kinda based upon. Still counting the days till this gets cancelled. I've done the only thing I can which is not buy it and never will.