• sweatboy wrote a review of Brutality 101.
    Juno, before Juno was a thing

    Spoiler's pregnancy was revealed at the end of #57, that was the initial shock. Reading these issues 17 years later, I already knew this was going to happen. By now we're getting deeper into the issue...

  • sweatboy wrote a review of War Beneath the Streets!, Part Three: The Survivors.
    Shondra Reifsnyder

    "Where are you getting the ice?"This is part 3 of a min-run, and although I intend to talk about all the parts as a whole, at least parts 2 and 3, the action and the adventure does hit it's peak in th...

  • sweatboy posted a new blog.
    Muscles in Comics

    This inspired by what Erik Larsen wrote on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/erik.larsen.75/posts/10205198533496234 (although I have not read the original "twitter flap" he refers to, currently.) "I h...

  • sweatboy posted a message in the forum topic Supergirl parody?. on the Carol Danvers board

    gravitational pull being much stronger than Earth's (original idea for Superman's powers). The Kree buried citadels in the North Pole that Ronan used later. Mar-Vell is an alien who decided to side wi...

  • sweatboy wrote a review of The Issue Before the One Where the Girls Show Up.
    Corruption of the innocent: The secret origin of one of Superman's most annoying enemies

    ((trouble uploading pictures, will be included after 4th April. Not that pics are essential, but i feel they are))This issue was SO FUNNY! And handles some deep, complex theories as well. Time travel,...

  • sweatboy posted a message in the forum topic Why It's the Right Time for a Justice League Dark Film. on the Justice League Dark board

    @chaos911: @inferioregoi watched it. I was hanging out in a spot where i could watch this for free, had three hours to kill. Rocket's character was better than i had expected, and for the first time...

  • sweatboy wrote a review of Sheik, Rattle and Roll.
    No 4th wall and a mistreated Super Cycle.

    Looks can often be deceiving, and so it is in this case (imo) because this seemingly lighthearted and fluffy, mushy comic featured a main plot that i thought was pretty sad. Think Courage, the Cowardl...

  • sweatboy posted a new blog.
    Shell Symbol concept

    I've been writing a fan fic from Spring 2010, (the first days i joined CV through a Ninja Turtles vs GI Joe Ninjas battle) trying to define all the parameters of what the Turtles would be. It goes rea...

  • sweatboy posted a message in the forum topic How old is Tim Drake?. on the Tim Drake board

    Then again, canon vs non-canon, I suppose a perfect answer is "Well, he's a comic book character. He'll be as old as you want him to be, but usually a young adult, a teenager at the mid-to-higher end...

  • sweatboy posted on x35’s wall.
    You seem to like the Fenris twins and Johnny Walker
  • sweatboy posted a message in the forum topic How old is Tim Drake?. on the Tim Drake board

    In "Joker's Wild", (2nd mini series) he's not old enough to get a driving license. So 14 or 15. After that he starts driving the Red Bird (he chases Azrael, Red Bird to Batmobile, so Knightfall is cl...

  • sweatboy posted
    Between the Demolition Squad, KGBeast and the NKVDemon, DC might be a challenge to Marvel and Image in the corniest names dept.
  • sweatboy posted a message in the forum topic Why It's the Right Time for a Justice League Dark Film. on the Justice League Dark board

    @inferiorego "One of the biggest films of the summer was Guardians of the Galaxy, a C-list Marvel team of no-name characters,"still haven't seen it, don't know if i want to. It's cos they have a talki...

  • sweatboy posted a message in the forum topic X-men influenced by Star Trek? or Vice versa. on the X-Men board

    i didn't know Star trek had a Sh'iar race. This is only concerning the Next generation series, not the original Kirk and Spock stuff. http://www.comicvine.com/profile/blog/star-trek-silver-hawks-x-me...

  • sweatboy posted a new blog.
    Star Trek/Silver Hawks/X Men and Titans

    Note that the version of Star Trek we're talking about is The Next Generation, with Picard serving a key point.The Silverhawks are led by Commander Stargazer. Picard used to have a ship called the Sta...

  • sweatboy posted a message in the forum topic Arrow "Sara". on the Arrow board

    i liked things like how Felicity calls work and says there's been a "death in the family". I thought this was going to be the worst episode ever and almost decided to skip it, but decided to go throug...

  • sweatboy wrote a review of A World in Chaos!.
    "The Torches on Science Island": A message within a story?

    I didn't catch it at first. This comic has a story of it's own, Wonder Woman is trying to rescue some people she knows, friends i assume, and Etta Candy's job is in peril. But there seems to be some ...

  • sweatboy posted a new blog.
    Batman and Aliens (Batman sucks Part IV?)

    Well, this blog is in FAVOUR of Batman. Yes, Batman has the potential to be a realistic, noir, people's hero. But, here's an excerpt from grant Morrison's "Supergods", a review and historical explanat...

  • sweatboy wrote a review of Sophomore Lethal.
    Robin HATES guns, (also contemporary gun issue addressed)

    If you hadn't noticed by now, (by #25 of Dixon's mini-series,) Robin doesn't like guns. Robin HATES guns, along with alcohol, girls (debatable, not only does he have a regular girlfriend that he's ver...

  • sweatboy posted
    The Robin comics i'm reading just moved into Underworld Unleashed (the other set i'm reading). My head always works with a plan, t...