why i dislike arrow is that it's going the Christopher Nolan way I know Dc are now so addicted to making all their heroes realistic but can we at least make superheroes and supervillains have Superpowers that will be awesome. THANKS
I just wanted to say that you guys here at Comic Vine have turned me on to two of my current favorite series, the current TMNT series and Daredevil, in a long time. I know it's not the biggest or most important topic (or really even a topic to discuss), but are there any other series that you guys think I'd like? Because I'm open to just about anything.
@lcazt1996: Tried replying to you, but my computer whomped my post. Lol. Whomped.
Anyway, what I was going to say was that they are too serious, stern and one-note. Okay I admit it's been some time since I picked up a comic with DC's label on it, but I am sure that fact hasn't changed. They aren't allowed nearly as much as the other characters to laugh or joke or show us a side to them that we don't know.That's why I typed what I did. And I know that John Stewart was in the military and did some horrible GL-related things in the past, and I do excuse him somewhat of it, but come on. Show us how you are distressed, don't tell us about it.
@twentyfive: Time out. I'm sorry. Are you saying that Cyborg and John Stewart don't have personality? I thoroughly disagree...
As for Mr. Terrific himself, I think that if you wanna see some not "I'm super smart so I'm the deus ex machina of the story!" personality from the guy...take a look at what's been going on in the New 52, especially in Futures End. Even though it's not the personality I would like to see from him, he's kind of a pompous asshole right now.