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#1 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

@entropy_aegis said:

Sprior posting non sense as usual, the fact he has to resort to using Punisher Max and Golden Age Batman(who's a killer so what the hell is he complaining about to even begin with?) to prove his point shows how fallacious and biased he is. Long story short both are fictional characters whose actions are dictated by the company status quo,you'll never get a story where the hero succeeds or brings any dramatic results. Punisher can kill a bajillion fodder but it will never make any difference,because they are just fodder who are meant to be killed. It's the nature of super hero comics, you want results get a different hobby or read non superhero fiction. Nolan's trilogy is one of the few glaring exceptions where the creator had the guts to complete his story and last time I checked that Batman DID succeed in eradicating crime in Gotham, in that universe the Joker STAYED in Arkham after Batman caught him. Dont blame the characters,blame your hobby.

True, though the people frank kills are tougher than mere fodder. Writers have to come up with tough villains that just mere drug snorting junkies for Frank to face.

I classify them as fodder not because they are easy to kill but because dying is their sole purpose.

@rpgesus said:

@entropy_aegis: batman sucks, you should feel bad for liking him and me and frank will eradicate you and all batman fans with extreme prejudice

Um okay, I can post a juvenile retort too but I'll just assume you're a fool and move on.

@rpgesus said:

Batman would be killed quick once frank got word there's a insane pedophile who kidnaps boys and gets them killed all while letting criminals to escape and kill more running around

Frank will find himself in a cozy cage in Arkham with all his bones broken,once Batman gets word there's an insane terrorist and serial killer on the loose,preferably in a cell with the Joker,after all even the clown prince needs a chew toy.

#2 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

Sprior posting non sense as usual, the fact he has to resort to using Punisher Max and Golden Age Batman(who's a killer so what the hell is he complaining about to even begin with?) to prove his point shows how fallacious and biased he is. Long story short both are fictional characters whose actions are dictated by the company status quo,you'll never get a story where the hero succeeds or brings any dramatic results. Punisher can kill a bajillion fodder but it will never make any difference,because they are just fodder who are meant to be killed. It's the nature of super hero comics, you want results get a different hobby or read non superhero fiction. Nolan's trilogy is one of the few glaring exceptions where the creator had the guts to complete his story and last time I checked that Batman DID succeed in eradicating crime in Gotham, in that universe the Joker STAYED in Arkham after Batman caught him. Dont blame the characters,blame your hobby.

#3 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

I take it back I love Pyg,he did precisely what he was supposed to do, Two-Face is a mixed bag,one second I love him other second I cant stand him kinda fitting though.Freeze,Hush and Black Mask stay though.

#4 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

No,like 15 issues are really only worth it.

#5 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrnoital said:

@entropy_aegis: did you really chastise people for wanting Red Hood since he's been in an animated movie, then suggest Court of Owls, WHICH HAS BEEN IN AN ANIMATED MOVIE?

Batman vs Robin was a loose adaptation,it was closer to Born to Kill,Under the Red Hood was a direct adaptation,there's still potential with the Court for a different type of story,with Jason everyone knows who's under the hood,even gamers knew he was Arkham Knight.

@entropy_aegis said:
@theacidskull said:
@entropy_aegis said:

No idea why everyone is clamouring for Red Hood, that story was adapted in to a animated movie AND a video game,it's done lets get over it and it's not even close to being one of the best Batman runs to even begin with. No wonder these companies are ok with pumping out rehashed gimmicks.

Hugo Strange,Riddler,Professor Pyg if they are going for a psychological thriller.

If it's a more action oriented flick then I wouldn't mind Court of Owls but it should be heavily altered,they should take the base idea and roll with their own stuff.

If it's a full fledged blockbuster then either No Mans Land or Zero Year deserve a look so does Anarky.

No Deathstroke(he's not a Batman villain),go with Wrath or Nobody instead. Screw Hush.

Couldn't Croc work for a horror oriented Batman story? Or Clayface? I think Prof Pyg is a little too graphic for any kind of Batman movie.

He could but the version showing up in SS doesn't look like he'd much intimidate anyone. I have this gut feeling that they're gonna avoid the monster type villains and focus on the ones that can harm Batman mentally,Croc could show up as a henchman at best.

Well he could always be mutated into something more intimidating, right? But yeah, Croc can't carry a movie on his own, so maybe he could be that one big body guard that everyone answers too. Wouldn't mind seeing him beat up batman. There's so much potential for him, and he can be intimidating, as shown by the Arkham series.

I'd go more for clayface if they want to go down the Horror route. In fact, I don't see why they couldn't incorporate clayface as a HUSH kind of villain, you know? WHat if he had known bruce for years and then something forced down him a wrong path? Forcing him become a villain and to steal Bruce's identity.

It'd be something like Ethan from "The Batman" animated series, only more horror-esque.

I think movie execs will see Croc,Clayface,Man-Bat will be seen more like "Spider-Man" villains,they'll probably go with the villains that will be seen more in the vein of "Batman" villains,that's just what I think.

#6 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

@entropy_aegis: Bane was ok.

But he wasn't south American, he didn't have his venom, and tge look was off.

Plus his origin was waaaay messed up.

Beata

Bane's father was English,venom was in the movie it just wasn't called venom and who cares? Bane has spent the vast majority of his existence without venom and venom was created before Bane,his origin was straight from the source material,as messed up any villain adaptation. I guess Nolan's Two-Face origin was also messed up because Maroni didn't spray acid in to his face?

@entropy_aegis said:

He could but the version showing up in SS doesn't look like he'd much intimidate anyone. I have this gut feeling that they're gonna avoid the monster type villains and focus on the ones that can harm Batman mentally,Croc could show up as a henchman at best.

Bane was done right in Rises.

@petey_is_spidey said:
@entropy_aegis said:

No idea why everyone is clamouring for Red Hood, that story was adapted in to a animated movie AND a video game,it's done lets get over it and it's not even close to being one of the best Batman runs to even begin with. No wonder these companies are ok with pumping out rehashed gimmicks.

Hugo Strange,Riddler,Professor Pyg if they are going for a psychological thriller.

If it's a more action oriented flick then I wouldn't mind Court of Owls but it should be heavily altered,they should take the base idea and roll with their own stuff.

If it's a full fledged blockbuster then either No Mans Land or Zero Year deserve a look so does Anarky.

No Deathstroke(he's not a Batman villain),go with Wrath or Nobody instead. Screw Hush.

An animated movie that only comic enthusiast saw and a video game where he's barely even a main character. Thats only TWO times! The Red Hood has never been done correctly. Also, I don't here you complaining about Joker, or Luthor.

An animated film which only comic enthusiasts saw? are you joking? if cb fans were the primary audience then these movies would've stopped being made years ago and barely a main character? HIS GODDAMN NAME IS ON THE TITLE. I just love how you say ONLY 2 times,so what do you want? them to adapt this story over and over again so that all 8 billion humans can watch it?

Joker and Luthor have decades of material to work with,Jason Todd has that one story(2 if you count Battle for the Cowl) as a villain,and I have no desire to see it get adapted a third time,give me an original story,I wouldn't mind Jason showing up or even having a major role but enough with Under the Red Hood.

Are we talking about the same UNDER THE RED HOOD film? That only made a few million dollars in CD sales? Yeah, for the most part the large majority of the audience were comic enthusiast! Are you suggesting that EVERYONE knows the Red Hood story? 'Cause if you are, that means you are also suggesting that everyone has played the game, which on both counts are unlikely. Newsflash: ONLY GAMERS and people who saw the Under the Red Hood movie know his story! If I were to do the math on the projected sales of Arkham Knight, the sales on the animated film, and the sales from the original story arc. thats 7 million individuals, MAX. Compared that to the 50+ million people who saw each of the Batman films, and that's not even collectively. I said it before and I'll say it again, barely anyone knows his story except comic enthusiast and gamers. There are millions who have no idea who he is.

I honestly dont care who saw what,it's done twice,I want original stories,I have no desire to see the same thing over and over again, like I said no wonder these guys have no problem endlessly rehashing the same material,logic like this is absurd. You basically want them to milk it.

#7 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

@entropy_aegis said:

No idea why everyone is clamouring for Red Hood, that story was adapted in to a animated movie AND a video game,it's done lets get over it and it's not even close to being one of the best Batman runs to even begin with. No wonder these companies are ok with pumping out rehashed gimmicks.

Hugo Strange,Riddler,Professor Pyg if they are going for a psychological thriller.

If it's a more action oriented flick then I wouldn't mind Court of Owls but it should be heavily altered,they should take the base idea and roll with their own stuff.

If it's a full fledged blockbuster then either No Mans Land or Zero Year deserve a look so does Anarky.

No Deathstroke(he's not a Batman villain),go with Wrath or Nobody instead. Screw Hush.

Couldn't Croc work for a horror oriented Batman story? Or Clayface? I think Prof Pyg is a little too graphic for any kind of Batman movie.

He could but the version showing up in SS doesn't look like he'd much intimidate anyone. I have this gut feeling that they're gonna avoid the monster type villains and focus on the ones that can harm Batman mentally,Croc could show up as a henchman at best.

Maybe even Mr. Freeze and Bane done right.

Beata

Bane was done right in Rises.

@entropy_aegis said:

No idea why everyone is clamouring for Red Hood, that story was adapted in to a animated movie AND a video game,it's done lets get over it and it's not even close to being one of the best Batman runs to even begin with. No wonder these companies are ok with pumping out rehashed gimmicks.

Hugo Strange,Riddler,Professor Pyg if they are going for a psychological thriller.

If it's a more action oriented flick then I wouldn't mind Court of Owls but it should be heavily altered,they should take the base idea and roll with their own stuff.

If it's a full fledged blockbuster then either No Mans Land or Zero Year deserve a look so does Anarky.

No Deathstroke(he's not a Batman villain),go with Wrath or Nobody instead. Screw Hush.

An animated movie that only comic enthusiast saw and a video game where he's barely even a main character. Thats only TWO times! The Red Hood has never been done correctly. Also, I don't here you complaining about Joker, or Luthor.

An animated film which only comic enthusiasts saw? are you joking? if cb fans were the primary audience then these movies would've stopped being made years ago and barely a main character? HIS GODDAMN NAME IS ON THE TITLE. I just love how you say ONLY 2 times,so what do you want? them to adapt this story over and over again so that all 8 billion humans can watch it?

Joker and Luthor have decades of material to work with,Jason Todd has that one story(2 if you count Battle for the Cowl) as a villain,and I have no desire to see it get adapted a third time,give me an original story,I wouldn't mind Jason showing up or even having a major role but enough with Under the Red Hood.

#8 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

Superman,Grail is the typical villain sue and not even a good one,her fights were hilariously stupid. She's just the female Grayven.

#9 Edited by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

No idea why everyone is clamouring for Red Hood, that story was adapted in to a animated movie AND a video game,it's done lets get over it and it's not even close to being one of the best Batman runs to even begin with. No wonder these companies are ok with pumping out rehashed gimmicks.

Hugo Strange,Riddler,Professor Pyg if they are going for a psychological thriller.

If it's a more action oriented flick then I wouldn't mind Court of Owls but it should be heavily altered,they should take the base idea and roll with their own stuff.

If it's a full fledged blockbuster then either No Mans Land or Zero Year deserve a look so does Anarky.

No Deathstroke(he's not a Batman villain),go with Wrath or Nobody instead. Screw Hush.

#10 Posted by entropy_aegis (16121 posts) - - Show Bio

@heatforce: Doom went back in time and killed every Molecule Man in the multiverse to prevent the destruction of the Mulitverse, started a religion/cult ( The Black Swans) and ultimately stole enough power to save and remake reality to his liking.

Batman...sat on a chair.

Batman went back in time,started his own religion,went to the future accessed every knowledge that ever existed,came back and prevented universal annihilation.

Doom...is a one trick pony.