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Blame WB Montreal for that, they did the suit in AO, it's their fault cause they could have easily made a suit that looked more like Year One.
Their suit is arguably one of the best Batman designs. In all honesty, i wish the AK Batsuit took more design cues from it.
Should've had him become Red Hood and had Jason become Agent of Spyral.
Why does having a public ID mean he can't be Nightwing? It works for Captain America and Iron Man.
Because it would fuck up batman's life.
No it wouldn't. Bruce Wayne is publicly known as financing Batman and Batman Inc, which would've included Nightwing. This means nothing other than one person financed by Bruce Wayne was unmasked. Considering the distance put between himself and the identity of Batman via coming out as the one paying for Batman and the staged rescue of himself in Year Zero, there's plenty of wiggle room there to keep people from eying Bruce as Batman.
Unless we come up with inertial dampeners, the answer will always be no. No exoskeleton will allow the human body to withstand the forces behind something like a punch from the Hulk. The suit and components might survive, sure, but the person in the suit wouldn't survive being rattled around like that.
Excited to see Nick Fury proper in this...
I'm just irked with how Nick Fury Jr. and Cheese went from strapping, late-20s Army Rangers to grizzled mid-40s character with the flip of a switch. Especially with the inifinity serum in Junior, you'd think he wouldn't mystically age 20 years all of a sudden.
Looks like another event that's gonna costs hundreds to keep up with. Looks interesting, through.
That and the fact that they keep trying to make Fury Jr seem important by shoving him into everything when he lacks the experience necessary to interact with those he does the way he does and the fact that he's completely ignorant of pretty much everythinng. Cheap introduction aside, had they actually developed him instead of just using him to make Nick Fury match his movie counterpart with no proper storytelling, I'd find him tolerable.
You'd think by now that Ben would have learned to live with being The Thing and instead embrace it. But seriously, how many times has this story been told before? Where Ben discovers that Reed could have "cured" him, but something happened and once again left Ben cursed to be a monster once more...I'd have thought by now that Ben would have realized that he's actually better off as The Thing instead of being old normal Ben Grimm.
The reason why we keep going back to old concepts in Marvel because they keep trying to "relaunch" recap and concepts for new readers. Isn't that what databooks are for?
That's what wikipedia, comicvine, and marvel wiki are for. In the age of wikis, relaunches aren't necessary.