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#1 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

This movie has a refreshing sense of mystery and reveal for a modern monster movie. Really, really well paced. And the human characters didn't feel shoehorned in. The way the film cut back and forth from the monster-scale story to the human-scale one and how they actually played off one another was impressive. 9/10.

#2 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

Or Beast boy, or Deadman, or the Question, or Doctor Fate, or literally everyone else ever.

#3 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

Animal Man, Swamp Thing, or get out.

#4 Edited by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

Prize please.

#5 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

Thank Grodd, Beast Boy is green again.

#6 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

Hopefully he'll still wear the suit sometimes.

#7 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm of two minds about this. On the one hand, I'm excited for the movie and the prospect of a comic that would lead into it and expand on the story sounds awesome. On the other hand, that's exactly what I thought before I read Legendary's prequel comic to Pacific Rim...

#8 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

Fantastic news. Snyder and Capullo continually reaffirm my love of mainstream superhero comics in a time when everything else by the big two feels like shameless cash grabs and publicity stunts.

#9 Edited by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

eh not a fan of the Lantern universe. I would love to see a Question series.

Agreed. But something more akin to classic Question, not the trinity of sin one. Noir detective stuff works best with him, the supernatural trappings just muddle things up.

#10 Posted by RigorMortis (87 posts) - - Show Bio

I have been waiting so long for this. Apocalypse is my favorite X-Men villain. Please let Bryan Singer be directing.