What's up Viners? Playing Arkham Origins has definitely put me in a "Batman Mode" lately and as such I've been reading as much of his comics as I can! That's when it hit me, out of all of Batman's core group of villains, Killer Croc is the one I hardly know a thing about. Sure he pummels me to death in the Arkham games, but aside from cameo appearances in ensemble storylines like Hush or Battle for the Cowl, I haven't really seen many Killer Croc-centered stories. I know he's not as popular as the Joker or Two-Face, but I'm sure there are some out there where he's the main villain. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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I was about to post this exact thing! haha glad someone else is already on it! There's another one too, here:
I've been a Sonic fan since I was 3 years old so to see him acknowledged on Comic Vine has me absolutely ELATED!!! =D
Love Joker's look, I think TDK Joker would make a sick alternate costume! As for Hal, I've seen better, his crotch is rediculously exageratted though, reminds me of the new Man of Steel costume.
OLD MAN LOGAN!!! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!!!!!
I realize this post is a month too late, but I HIGHLY recommend the current IDW series. I just started reading it recently and I am officially obsessed! I've been a long time turtle fan and this series is so freaking awesome, it's basically a love letter to fans of all ages.
Yup, yup, until they change the main actor there'll never be a good Wolverine film.
Seriously? Hugh Jackman is a great Wolverine who just has the misfortune of being in shitty movies.
I'm so happy someone finally wrote about this, these have been my thoughts for quite awhile now! I agree, they should have gone with 7-10 years to allow for a little bit of breathing room, 5 years is definitely too small a time frame to cram the important story arcs in, especially with the succession of Robins. I think perhaps what needs the most explanation is how Superman's death fits into the New 52 universe, you're absolutely right and I hadn't thought of it before, Lois was aware that Clark was Superman in that storyline so does that mean events transpired differently? If so, will we ever know how events played out to fit in with the new continuity?
Turn it into a TV series would be more appropriate.
This. Forget a movie, Daredevil and his cast of characters would be better suited to the world of one hour dramas like Arrow will be doing in the fall.