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#1 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

For myself there is something very disconcerting about the idea of referring to Barbara as “girl”. Its weird. I’m pretty sure that she’s older than Kate.

I really need to hear some substantial reasoning for why this is going to improve or “evolve” Barbara’s character. DC takes a woman who is a paraplegic master hacker with an expansive network of information, who leads an all female team of crime fighters, and regresses’ her back into another acrobatic rooftop dwelling caped vigilante, something the DCU is already saturated with. I’m bored already. Give me a better argument than, “oooh she can hook up with Dick Grayson now.”  I’m not against changes, or shifting the status quo, but this isn’t new or fresh. Honestly it just feels like fan service.  

Do something different DC. Surprise me.

*note that I am a huge fan of Barbara and BOP.

#2 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

Radar Scope Batman is kind of cool.

#3 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

These posters are just really bad, like reeeally bad. Any fanboy with photoshop could have thrown these together. I'm shocked that these are legit. No excuse.
#4 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

personal failure.
#5 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

Lady Gaga 
 
 
The Cranberries or Concrete Blonde?
#6 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

Black Sabbath 
 
Gorillaz or Broken Bells?

#7 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

yes? It makes more sense. More flesh than brain. More food. Better survival. 
 
 
While Jim Lee may be a great artist, his character designs are almost always terrible.
#8 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

One thing I always think about is how much the legal system in comic book universes suck. 
 
You can just escape and kill and escape and kill and escape and kill.
#9 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

Would have to be X2. 
 
Alan Cumming was EPIC as Kurt.
#10 Posted by TheBug (1111 posts) - - Show Bio

Disagree. As a newspaper editor, I get it. 
 
Justice had incredible art, but was boooooring.