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#1 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

This fan of DC Comics for 40 years just can't be bothered to care anymore.

#2 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

@zadoulo: Neither did John Wesley Shipp. Just sayin... :-D

#3 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm stunned that it's Milo Manara!
I mean, he's not exactly known for his all-ages super-hero artwork...
However, it's nice to see that he's branching out from his typical fare.

#4 Edited by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_stegman: Well, he is the "Greed" Lantern after all. lol

#5 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

@Namor1987: Obviously, we'll see when either more details are released or the movie comes out...but...I respectfully disagree with you.

The chair on the left is motorized, while the chair on the right is not. To me, this suggests that the left chair is the more modern of the two.

#6 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

I think that this is more like what happened in Quantum Leap. Sam "leaps" into the body of Lee Harvey Oswald just before the assassination of JFK takes place. Sam does his thing and everything goes back to normal. Except...not quite. Oswald managed to hitch a ride with Sam and, over the course of the season, begins to fight and take over Sam's brain.

In the case of Spider-Man, there could still be a little bit of Peter left that could, until the plotline starts waning, be building up enough strength to take on Otto and a big battle royale could ensue inside Spidey's mind. And because comic books are comic books, Peter will win and Otto will be completely vanquished...perhaps with the help of Doctor Strange.

#7 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

The art makes me think of a mix of Colleen Doran, P. Craig Russell, and Mike Kaluta. So...I guess what I'm saying is that it looks, as was stated above, gorgeous.

#8 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

Is Russell Crowe's tugboat, Tugger, going to make a cameo appearance as the ship that transports Kal-El to Earth?

That's about the only thing that will make this movie worth seeing.

#9 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

The other elephant in the Bat-Family room is the question, "Is Catwoman still a mommy?"

#10 Posted by TheMadMonkey (147 posts) - - Show Bio

If you check out DC's February solicitations, you'll get a fairly good idea of how the Bat-Family fared after this.

I, also, don't believe Gordon will die. He's too important to the Batman mythos to kill. He'll be around and he'll continue being one of Joker's favorite toys to play with.