Keyword here is "inspire"...it could still be very New 52-wish. An inspiration is just an inspiration. End result is another matter..
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I definitely DISAGREE about Batman needing to be Bruce wayne....as long as the cowl was first worn by him. Which does bring a few problems to the table...but as long as they are creative enough to get around it without ruining the Nolan trilogy or the JL movie itself, i don't mind seeing JGL playing the part. I do agree that he'd make a better Nightwing though..
I prefer print. I like having a physical copy in my hands. It's so nostalgic in a way. I don't like reading comics on the computer but I do for old stuff. Print all the way!!
Same here. I like that some of my Marvel titles come with free code for digital copy because it's basically a backup that i can read if i feel like it when i am not at home. But otherwise, reading while having them in my hands is much better.
Same goes for regular books. No digital can compare to a beautiful Everyman's Library hardcover collection
I use my Android device for either having these things as backup/outside-reading or simply non-reading usage.
@cacarl: How about the fact that Batman is a murderer?
Maybe he kills The Joker.
edit: would be a good build up for the League of smiles though. Makes more sense after Joker's dead than while he's alive
I liked Batman #14 but it felt a bit too much like an extension of #13 rather than a full-fledged issue. Hopefully #15 will gear it up, and judging by the end of #14 it sounds like it will.
I'd put Detective Comics #14 somewhere in the top, personally. Really enjoying Layman's and Fabok's team-up so far, 2 issues in.
Agree with All New X-men 1 and 2, although the first issue suffered from "over exposure before release" (so even when i read it the first time, it felt like it wasn't the first time...my fault for not staying away from previews i suppose. lesson learned)
Oh and i also liked Shadowman #1