Jordan as an athlete for sure. Ali came from a different time. He didn't have to be an athlete, he was successful for his raw skill and gifted boxing IQ. As for who was better at their craft, it's arguable. Jordan is commonly considered the greatest player ever, and his name and the Jordan brand has really become ingrained in basketball culture.
I don't think it was bad, I think it was mediocre. It was all style/special effects, little substance, and dragged on forever. I think it's a perfect example of why you can't always adapt something one-hundred percent. It ends up being enjoyable for the most part to already existing fans but when you step back and just look at it as a film, it's nothing special.
People are complaining its a long movie but hell so was the comic. I thought it was really good. Even liked the movie's ending better.
The difference though is you can put down a book when you're reading, and it's not a problem, and even feels natural. A movie is meant to entertain and maintain interest during it's run time. I think Watchmen just kind of loses people. I've met very few who haven't read the comic that enjoyed the movie.
@uncanny_doom I agree that Green Lantern is not one of the best characters, but why did you give a Honorable mention to Grundy? He's really slow, has a small range, and does not do that much damage.
Well based on your original post it sounded like you didn't just mean from a gameplay perspective. I think Grundy's design, moveset, and fun factor while playing him is very true to the character and he's scary to have in your face, much of the reason why I mentioned Doomsday. From a standpoint of how good the character truly is, Grundy has one of the best dashes in the game and does 50% combos with one bar of meter. He's not amazing but he is good. Also I wasn't saying Green Lantern wasn't a good character, I just wanted to compare the use of constructs between him and Sinestro. Hal uses very little in his non-special moves while Sinestro uses a lot, which I think is cool. Strictly from a gameplay perspective Green Lantern is easily one of the best characters in the game at the moment.
But yeah, the topic clearly didn't come off as just your usual "best character" topic, so I didn't respond to it that way. If we're just talking about who the strongest characters in the game are right now, I'd say Aquaman, Batman, and Black Adam.
Hey guys, and I just wanted to know who you think is the best character in Injustice. I don't just want the best fighter, but I want to know which character looks the best, fights the bests, and any other reasons you have.
Thread is spite for Raven.
I'd actually go with Sinestro. I like his design (and I have nitpicks about most of the cast's design in this game), his super is awesome, his post-match victory is badass, and the first time someone dropped a boulder on my head I was in shock. Also unlike Hal his construct use in normal moves stands out much more. Hal has like...that one baseball bat kind of move, but Sinestro is pulling axes and making spikes raise from the ground and stuff. It's awesome.
Honorable mention to Nightwing, Grundy, Doomsday, and Green Arrow.