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#1 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

I guess the Batman with more prep would eventually win?

#2 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

Actually, I have a feeling Marvel would love for us to forget about Spider-Man for the next few years. Let the movies bomb enough, and Sony might forget about the property long enough for Marvel to regain the rights to the character.

#3 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

Or the movie could never get made. It's an either/or thing really.

#4 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

Is this going to be Doc Oc searching for the Fountain of Youth to save his life?

#5 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

Hug Strange with Batman head. Isn't that pretty much Batman? Catman with Catman head looks awesome.

#6 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel "reboots" their stories all of the time. It's just they don't make a big deal with everything resetting at #1. Oh look, Marvel is soft rebooting X-Men in a few months. And Captain America just got rebooted with Steve Rogers as Cap and Bucky may be permanently dead or not (again). And let's not forget the different Avengers series.

#7 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

No this won't save comics. Much like every event it begins with a bump in sales, which quickly drops back down to the normal sales levels as always after a few months.

#8 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

@danhimself said:

for everyone saying that everything Loeb writes is horrible or that they won't read this because Loeb is writing it. What about Batman: Dark Victory, Batman: Long Halloween, Batman: Hush, Daredevil: Yellow, Hulk: Gray, Catwoman: When in Rome, Spider-man: Blue, Superman: For All Seasons? How can you say that everything he writes is bad when he has these classics under his belt?

One of these is not like the others. One of these is not as good. The rest are all drawn by Tim Sale. I wonder if there is something to the fact that Loeb's work that always gets cited as great were all drawn by the same guy. Almost as if that artist knew how to turn Loeb scripts around and make a good story out of them.

#9 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

Finally, one that is fairly easy to get done. 

#10 Posted by RonaldBryan (34 posts) - - Show Bio

And that is why Jeff carries a knife with him. So it doesn't take ten minutes to open a package. It's not open yet, I will guess it is a gyro. 
 
(It's doing "well" not good.)
 
And, it's Superman comics. Were you buying doubles of those in case the collector's market came back? That is way too many copies of Superman to buy doubles of.

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