@inferiorego: As you should sir. As you should.
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@inferiorego I really hope that your Barry theory is actually too crazy to be real. I mean, I love you Elfring, but having Barry be the one to kill his mother would kind of destroy the character. He needs to stay lighter than that. Let Arrow be the one carrying a bunch of guilt for killing people.
Having Barry go back in time and being unable to stop his mother's murder or doing a Flashpoint style thing where he has to let his mother go to make the world less terrible is one thing, but having him actually be the one to kill her is something else entirely.
That said, having him go back in time and the yellow suit and not killing him mother and erasing The Flash from history would be an interesting thematic way to end the show when that time comes.
I saw this and the new T-16 the last time I was at Target and ended up getting the T-16. It was a little cheaper and I still have the first one they did sitting on my bookshelf. This did look like a rad set though.
I think having him play Black Bolt would be smart simply because it'll eliminate basically any crossover between his two MCU performances. He only does the voice for one character and the other character he plays doesn't talk, so you don't have to worry about his other Marvel character sounding like Groot for some reason, especially given how distinctive the guy's voice is.
I kind of love that this is the only one shot issue of Multiversity (so far at least) to have a happy ending. It fits the character quite well. I really enjoyed this issue. It didn't quite reach the highs of Pax Americana for me, but that like saying "This really awesome thing was slightly more awesome than this other really awesome thing."
I was hoping for Octavia Spencer, but Viola Davis is pretty excellent in everything she does, so I'm sure she'll be great.
And oof at some of the comments in this thread. Some pretty bad racism and body shaming. Hopefully the mods will get some of this stuff cleared out.
I mean, I think that Superman's Joker will always be Lex Luthor because he's the anti-Superman just like the Joker is the anti-Batman. The Joker isn't important because he's a psychopath, he's important because he's Batman's polar opposite.
That said, the idea that Superman has to learn to deal with a true psychotic from Batman is cool. I might have to give the book another shot. I wanted to like the first arc, but found it to be a bit of a confusing mess.