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#1 Edited by RedX9 (75 posts) - - Show Bio

I feel like people choose not to understand the character of Superman rather than actually giving reasons why he's not a good character. For people that are familiar with him, he is a good character if the right people have a good story for him. Up Up and Away by Geoff Johns was a good example as a way to make Superman a great character without diminshing who he is, same with Johns Braniac arc and the Legion of Superheroes arc! But that's not all, if anyone watched the newer Superman vs. the Elite movie, they illustrated why he's a good character, and its because he isn't willing to waiver on his morals of saving the world and people around him. Him being a goody to shoes doesn't hurt who he is, Spiderman and Captain America are the same way, it doesn't mean he's boring. It just means you know nothing about him and that you should maybe look into reading more on who the character is with some great storylines that show the character at his best.So to conclude, he isn't a bad character he just has bad writers who do very little to move him forward.

#2 Posted by RedX9 (75 posts) - - Show Bio

I loved the movie. Yeah there were some issues but they were minimal to the point where you can overlook them in order to enjoy the full story that we got from 3 movies. Good job Nolan

#3 Posted by RedX9 (75 posts) - - Show Bio

I enjoyed this one. It was very different compared to the other versions of Batman. What worked mostly was seeing Bruce struggle with not being able to get any of his missions done. This comic showed how human Bruce is. He makes mistakes, and isn't very good just because he thinks dressing up like a lunatic is a good idea.

#4 Posted by RedX9 (75 posts) - - Show Bio

Cool to be honest, but does anyone else think Marvel needs a reboot because of how complicated their history is?