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#1 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

Grant didn't have much time to explore Spyral,seemed like a throwaway group tbh,imagine my surprise when Dick joined them. Tim and Tom hopefully atleast make them interesting for their own story.

#2 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

@entropy_aegis said:

Batman/Superman or maybe Zatanna.

Better yet, just give them Justice League Dark, they're writing and art would blend perfectly in a book like that.

Yeah,that actually makes a lot of sense.

#3 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

He provides an interesting and unique twist to the alien invasion concept.

#4 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman/Superman or maybe Zatanna.

#5 Edited by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

I didn't enjoy Higgin's Nightwing title, but am digging this one. I prefer Dick Grayson as a character that continues to evolve and not regulated to one mantle. Dick was at most most interesting in the Titans, as Batman, and now this secret agent role.

Exactly.

#6 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

I just wish they'd hurry up with this Paragon plot,and they should use more of Batman's "international" mythos. You have LOA,Order of Saint Dumas,Ghost Dragons,Santa Prisca/Bane, etc

Ehh its not great.

It's actually one of the best books DC is putting out,but to each his own I guess.

#7 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

@g_leno said:

Isn't this hellbat suit kind of them admitting batman is not actually able to hang with the big boys? I mean, he has always refused help from league members in the past, yet he seems to have agreed to let them all make him a suit. This suit would be the only way he will beat Cap!

Excuse me? you think Batman needs this to beat another street level character?

#8 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

@entropy_aegis: Those character are well written and were well conceived. Hover you make a good point about the 12 year old thing.

Hellbat hasn't been used though and its conceived to aid a human stand a chance against Gods,doesn't seem so out of place.

#9 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

Just because Johns doesn't write the character in the way that some readers are more accustomed to doesn't mean he hates Batman.

Everyone knows that Batman is a jerk...an awesome hero, but a jerk nonetheless. So Johns picks up on that. It's not a revolutionary portrayal of the character by any means.

Rucka's Batman was the epitome of Batdouche, I dont see people hating on Rucka...I wonder why?

#10 Posted by entropy_aegis (15451 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm just going to say it, I think the Hellbat is stupid, it seems like something a 6th grader would come up with. Who knows, maybe that's Tomasi's way of making an in joke about fans.

Superman,Flash,Doom,Hulk etc these guys are also something a 6th grader would come up with and this pretty much applies to every superhero character(not comic book,just superhero). Bottom line these characters are all designed to appeal to a 12 year olds definition of awesome.