Maybe they don't have beards, because they're afraid that it'll offend Alan Moore, and he'd accuse them of being unoriginal? Wait... too late.
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All-Star Suoerman is a better experience next to Batman RIP. But Grant's overall Batman run was stellar, and would be hard to compare other stories to it.
I actually really enjoyed Romita Jr's stint on Remender's Cap. And I loved Geoff Johns on Superman. I'm looking forward to this!
I think it depends on the person with the power. It's what they make of it. One could view it as a blessing to have the ability to be able to help and serve humanity to be a better place to live. Or one could take it as a burden to be viewed as the one who is the answer. The responsibility of power comes as both, but it's up to the individual to act on that gift. To someone without perspective it can be a curse, but someone who can see beyond themselves is someone who can most likely see the blessing in it.
I like reading digitally, but I'm getting really annoyed with the Infinite and DC2 formats. I find myself missing a lot dialog and having to go back because of a lot of subtle transitions. And in service to the transitions a lot of the page layouts tend to be awkward.
Teen Titans Go makes me laugh so much. I haven't been able to get into TMNT, and Beware the Batman is okay. Not really digging the Marvel stuff that much.
It was alright. The action elements were pretty cool. The Bruce and Alfred moments were a bit cheese. I do like the spec ops Alfred though. I think it'll catch it's stride. It has some cool potential.
I just can't get on board at that price, especially when hearing its about the same length as Batman 66. I very much enjoy the experience of infinite and DC2, but that price point is stupid comparatively.