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#1 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

In my opinion, we should still steer well clear of Lex Luthor. I still have a bad taste in my mouth from Kevin Spacey's portrayal of the character in Superman Returns. If Brainiac comes after the Earth in the sequel, that could ramp up anti-alien sentiments from all the damage these guys are doing. That would open the door for Lex Luthor to take the stage as a figurehead for human rights in the face of alien threats. He could lead a movement to take down Superman, claiming all this started with him arriving on Earth. It would be even more poetic if the people he's saved come to his rescue.

You could even tie this idea into a Justice League movie, let's say Darkseid (or Apocalypse in general) comes calling in that movie. Superman's first reaction to another extra-terrestrial threat could be, "(sigh) Why do I get the feeling I'm going to be blamed for this?"

#2 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Star Wars: The Clone Wars!

#3 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Happy Valentine's Day, all!

My question this week has to do with diamonds in the rough. Have you ever seen a story arc, character, or title that made you sigh and wonder what new lows the industry has discovered, then read it and loved it? Or at the least learned to love it over time?

For me this was X23, when she first popped up I was like, "What the heck? A girl wolverine? Marvel must be getting desperate." After all these years, I eat those words.

Stay classy!

-Vagrant Saint (Matt)

#4 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

And yet Red Lanterns endures...

#5 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Dear Tony, Sarah, Corey (and possibly James),

If you could pick one mutant to lead the homo-superior race into the future who would it be and why? No, Sarah, you're not allowed to pick Broo.

Also, not to beat the Zoom/Wally West possibility to death, but what if Wally/Zoom was Wally from the original DC universe and he was trying to change the universe back to the way it was and Barry had to stop him. I think it would be interesting that one Flash brought the New 52 into existence and the other Flash is trying to destroy it.

Stay classy!

-Vagrant Saint (Matt)

#6 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I hate this!!! These were the shows that my daughter and I would bond over. Those, and another defunct CN show, Thundercats.

What the holy &*#@ Cartoon Network!! It's like you hate money or something.

#7 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Have any of you guys been reading the Image title "Comeback" by Ed Brisson and Michael Walsh? I've been enjoying it so far and was wondering what you guys thought of it.

Stay classy!

#8 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Do you ever feel like Scott Snyder is making bank off of Batman's flaws? Previous writers for the character, and DC in general, have built up this mythos that Batman is nearly infallible and unbeatable. But with Snyder's New52 run, Bruce's overconfidence in his detective skills brought him to the conclusion that the Court of Owls didn't exist, and this nearly got him killed when they came after him in full force. Now it's the Joker coming after the Bat-Family and his overconfidence strikes once again. He seems to be underestimating the Joker by claiming that the clown prince knows less about their personal lives than he seems to. Hopefully this won't get them all killed.

Do you think exploiting this weakness was his plan all along? Regardless, these stories kick butt and I can't wait to see how Death of the Family wraps up.

#9 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Dear Tony, Sara, Cory, and, hopefully, James.

I just wanted to let you know how much I love the podcast. I'm in the military and I spent 8 months in Afghanistan last year. Listening to you guys was one of the few things I had to look forward to every week. I've come up with a question for each of you:

Tony, I would like to try and get into Madman, where would you suggest I start?

Sara, as a female reader, what do you think are some of the ideal characteristics females in stories should have? What are some of the pitfalls you see male writers do that makes it obvious that they don't know how to write females?

Cory, if you could send a message to yourself before you opened your store, what would it be?

James, I'm really enjoying your work on Earth 2. Do you have any creator-owned work out there for fans to check out?

And here's one for all of you, with the exception of James, would any of you, or have any of you, ever considered or tried to write your own comic book?

Keep up the great work, everyone! I expect great things from you all in the future! Happy holidays!

-Vagrant Saint (Matt)

#10 Posted by VagrantSaint (47 posts) - - Show Bio

Anyone else remember Zero Hour #0? The back cover was a fold out that explained the changes made in the timeline. This should have been included in Flashpoint finale, but it feels like DC doesn't want to commit to anything to give their writers a little more freedom. Unfortunately, this alienates the readers.

In my opinion, the only thing the New 52 has done is make me think, "What's Marvel up to these days?"

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