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#1 Edited by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

Blue Devil (And I would have been the sole Impossible Man vote).

#2 Posted by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

I can't decide which I like more, Alex Ross's Daredevil cover or Andrew Robinson's Winter Soldier cover.

#3 Posted by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

If Jason never died, I don't think we'd ever see Tim Drake, as there would have been much less of a reason to create him. I think instead of the brooding, loner Batman that followed Death in the Family, we'd see a brooding, overprotective Batman, who I think would try to keep Jason out of harm's way the way he tried to keep Tim out of harm's way after Tim debuted. Or maybe we'd still have a brooding, loner Batman after Batman announces "No more Robins!" after Jason's near-death, keeping Jason out of the tights until Jason saves him the way Tim did, in a new, armored costume similar to Tim's.

#4 Edited by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

He'll always be Jimmy the Cab Driver to me.

#5 Edited by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

Posts like this, that are negative and combative right off the bat in their subject line, are my least favorite kind of posts on Comic Vine. Unfortunately, there always seems to be many of them.

#6 Posted by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm loving the show right now, and imagine it will only get better in season two as the writers get better feels for the characters.

#7 Edited by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't want this vote to count as an endorsement for the Red Skull's actions, but I'm voting for Red Skull. ;)

Gambit always tends to irk me.

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#9 Edited by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

I feel like @davet's post is a good compromise between my point of view and @awesam's and in this little debate.

Oh, and excellent point on the strength of the wizard casting the spell, @jayc1324!

#10 Posted by impossibilly (886 posts) - - Show Bio

@awesam: You're right in that my use of weakness might have been an overstep, but so is your saying that he's resistant to magic. I should have said in my first post that Superman is vulnerable to magic (as opposed to saying he has a weakness to it). He has about as much resistance to magic as a baseline human does. Avada Kedavra would kill him.