I've always liked superboy and was disappointed that people dismiss him as 'superman's little buddy' so i'm glad he's getting a little love. i also always liked his... status.... with wondergirl so i'm glad they're hinting at that. i'll admit the comic nerd in me want's to just retcon him back to before with his old powers and GF but the grown up in me respects the new direction and appreciates the character growth. (though i still want him back with cassie lol)
DorianOtten's forum posts
why did it come out in Europe first? I'm Irish and seen it on Saturday (amazing, does not disappoint) and was surprised because when i looked it up it said may something US so i assumed the irish one'd be after. wasn't until my girlfriend pointed it out..?
@GundamHeavyarms: i think those are fair points and as for black panther you're right he's basically got all of the depth of a '20's pulp action hero i.e. just really preternatural badass with no real weaknesses or a notable personality (like the novel version of John Carter,which i started reading and are quite good as is the film surprisingly) as well as kinda seeming like a batman clone.
As for Morales I think, for me at least, is thats he's just not peter parker. and the Legion ive only started reading post relaunch and, while i like it so far, i do find it kinda weird that the future of humanity looks so... 'Aryan' especially since even today statistically speaking the number of fully Caucasian people proportionally is lower than its ever been (as a % of the human population, in terms of numbers then yes it's still quite high)
what about milestone comics? Ill admit i know nothing about it but wasnt it founded specifically for minority characters? Did it accomplish that? @WaveMotionCannon: while i guess that does make sense from a cold, hard, business sense id like to think that there are at least some writers in the industry interested/willing to be a little more adventurous with their characters, no?