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One-way plane ticket to Weird Japan.
A little bit of an authority problem never hurt anyone. Can't say the same for science, though.
In a world where superheroes can form a union, you have to prepare for the possibility of a strike.
Darkseid is a multiversal threat, there shouldn't be many near him if written correctly.
@entropy_aegis: Morrison barely touched the cosmic side of DC? He was either doing the weirder side of DC (Doom Patrol, Animal Man), Multiversal or Batman.
If you're referring to John's habit of modernising old concepts, you do realise that's one of Morrison's main writing characteristicscharacteristics as well don't you...?
@saint_wildcard: Yeah, but even Gotgn is beginning to outpass MOS, if not already. MOS is not enough for the level of control you want Snyder to have.
I'm thinking from a corporate POV and I doubt they care that a film from the 80s made more than it with inflation included, basically Whedon is the moneymaker in the present.
His world building, as someone else said only Lee and Kirby are better. He pretty much defined the modern DC cosmic.
@saint_wildcard: But Snyder didn't reach anywhere the same amount of success as Whedon's Avengers. It's the 3rd highest grossing film ever and got great reviews, Marvel would trust Whedon with anything at stage.
Just curious, but why doesn't half of these people just try out writing fan fiction?
NES stomps, without it gaming would still be considered an 80s fad.
Bah! A milk drinker's game! True sons and daughters of Skyrim play Oblivion and Morrowind!
Stan Lee wrote for DC too, he even has his own universe there.
He also improved DC comics indirectly as he was their first true competition. He probably inspired Crisis On Infinite Earths and beyond.
Use your keyboard!
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