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#1 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio
@frozen said:

@war_killer: My question to the core; is the Terry in Future's End the DCAU version crossing into that universe or the new Terry, in New-52 mainstream Earth?

No, the Terry in Futures End is not the Terry from the DCAU.

The Terry in Futures End is a different Terry who's making his first appearance in the New 52 continuity.

#2 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

The current digital-first comics Batman Beyond 2.0 and Justice League Beyond 2.0 (which features Terry) both takes place in the DCAU and continues his adventures from where the show left off.

Terry will also be appearing in a new digital comic Futures End, which will mark Terry.s first official appearance in DC's main continuity.

#3 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

What will this mean for Bluebird? I thought it was implied in Batman #28 that Harper Row would become Batman's new partner in the future?

#4 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

@jaken7: Exactly. What works with how Marvel does their mid/after credits scenes is that those scenes are either mentioned subtly in the movie or have some connection to the movie of which credits the scene is in. But having a random trailer for a movie that has no apparent connection to the movie it's in...that's just milking the whole concept of mid-to-after credit scenes. And like you said, it will also confuse people as they're going to leave the theater believing that Spider-Man will be teaming-up with the X-Men in the future.

#5 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

@captainmarvel4ever: Thanks.

@war_killer said:

Who's the new Superman? I really like his design, but does anyone know who he is?

He was recently introduced as Val-Zod. His design is exactly the same as MoS with different colors or is it just me.

It does looks similar to the design from Mos...but I still like it. The white cape instead of red as well as the white "S" looks really cool.

#6 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

Who's the new Superman? I really like his design, but does anyone know who he is?

#7 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

@jaken7: If that is true, then all they're doing is simply taking advantage of fans who look forward to those mid-to-after credit scenes. The whole point of those scenes is to get the fans excited about future Marvel movies, while still having some short of connection to the movie they just saw.

Having a random trailer for a completely different movie that will have no connection to Spider-Man...Fox and Sony may think it's the same thing, but it's really just taking a cool and fun way Marvel uses to tease future movies and abusing it for.

#8 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

If the scene appears in the credits of the U.S. version, I'd say Sony and Fox are planning on a future team-up. Why else would they have a preview in the CREDITS if they weren't?

Honestly I think it would be pretty funny if Sony and Fox combined their characters into one universe. People have been talking about Sony possibly working with Marvel on having Spider-Man appear alongside The Avengers, so doing a big 180 and having him team-up with the X-Men would be a big "screw you!" to Marvel. lol

#9 Posted by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

I did find Thea's response to what Ollie revealed about their father at the end a bit...jerkish. I get that she's had to deal with a lot of crap, but when you find out that your father knew you weren't his daughter yet loved you enough that he didn't care...that's sound like a pretty awesome dad to me.

#10 Edited by War Killer (19482 posts) - - Show Bio

I always thought he beat them so easily because they weren't expecting him to be so quick and agile with a lightsaber. They spent years working alongside him, seeing him as a simple politician who probably hadn't been in a fight his whole life. So even upon learning that he was a Sith Lord, how were they suppose to know he would be that fast and powerful, especially with a lightsaber.

Now I'm not saying those Jedi were weak (I actually know very little about them), but I always got the impression that Sidious simply had the element of surprise, which gave him the edge.