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#1 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

My wife bought me this as Christmas, along with several other great books I really have to read this one

#2 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

What's even sadder? As a kid..I owned like all of those on the list.

#3 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm currently working on a book as well but I haven't gotten very far just maybe a few pages in Good luck and maybe we will both find sucess

#4 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

Depends if it was a rich villain than maybe I'd help.as long as he has good intentions. 

#5 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

I like all realities and the differences, and even the different people under the masks. But I don't ever want to see the day when they totally replace Bruce and move on with other characters. I can be okay with Bruce having other Batmen on his side, but I don't want a world where Bruce doesn't exist in any continuity, though I would like to see Batman beyond and Damian as Batman extended upon maybe as even an alternate series all on it's own. Like how they seperated Golden Age and Silver age and so on but yet they still exist in their own titles

#6 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

They Like Me! They REALLY LIKE ME! 

#7 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

My favorite costume of all time for him was the Black suit, I can't really explain why but ever since I saw it as a kid in both comics and the Animated Spider-man cartoon of the 90s. And when all of the superheroes movie came out it seemed most of them went with a realistic style costume for the real world; The X-Men had black leather, batman had black armor, The Punisher had street clothes and even Daredevil had leather garb so the black suit always kinda stood out to me as the costume he would be wearing in the real world...but I always like seeing new costumes. It keeps my interest. Thiers no real explanation for all of Wolverine's costumes but everyone has its flair and fits different eras

#8 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

After watching Under the Red Hood on dvd I became a huge Jason Todd fan and afterwards got and read the Battle for the Cowl arc. Jason to me is in many ways more interesting than even Bruce Wayne himself. Jason is more of the imbodiment of how most of us regular people would behave in the situation and Bruce,Dick and so on represent the great moral standards that surpass most normal human minds. Jason is the guy who you almost want to see as a hero but also love where he stands at the moment

#9 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd definately watch it since there is so much Batman stories I'd like to see explored in movies or at least animated movies.

#10 Posted by Darknight87 (59 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanks everyone, yeah the flea market is my comic hot spot since we don't have comic shops nearby