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#1 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

@LordRequiem: totally agree. I left the theater just confused at how bad it was.

#2 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

Levitt is as cool as anyone, but he's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too short to play the Batman. Plus, TDKR was terrible and shouldn't be observed for any dc universe film.

#3 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

@theTimeStreamer said:

i like the second artist better. she doesnt look like a cheap vietnamese hooker.

...you are the second artist aren't you.

Joking aside, I hope ken stays on superman. Seems like DC is finally making moves to elevate supes to proper status. I hope a new artist comes on to redhood and knocks it out of the park. I admit that I left after ken too. Just can't bare to see how the book looks now.

#4 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

Havoc looks ridiculous.

#5 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel, I'm begging you. Stop it with these idiotic gimmicks. Rely on actual story telling instead of the whole "shock" garbage to sell books. I've been re-reading all of the old school stuff like fall of the mutants, inferno,etc. and boy things were glorious back then.

#6 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

Absolute trash.

#7 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

I really really really really hate the new powergirl look. I also (sorry guys) hate perez's art for the book. It feels super dated and just uninteresting.

#8 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

@Awesomecris88: I've only only recently really latched on to dc comics. Every since the new adv of BTAS and JLU, i've had a real fondness for the characters. I grew up reading marvel and have usually been partial to them. Marvel has been trash lately.

#9 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

After the utter garbage that was TDKR, I'm a little bit worried about this film. Marvel is doing super hero movies right in that they're not trying to be make it real world in a boring way. Marvel is approaching it like its set in the real world, only more fantastic. I just hope superman is really exciting and well done. I hope it's not one of those things where you almost barely see him doing the superman thing,

#10 Posted by Metron144 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

I was already digging the book, but the issue where Jay Garrick was intro'd sold me totally. The part where he transformed in the alley was just pure classic goodness.