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Posted by Webjaker

I expected more. Better voice, more powers, and more backwards speaking ( i think she used it once)

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This is made me cry - Thats rare.

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@ArtisticNeedham said:

Hard Cover vs. Soft Cover: The soft Covers are less expensive. Sometimes much less, but the glue that binds the books can no to weak or dry up and the book can fall apart. Especially if the book is super thick, like Busiek's Avengers books. Hard Covers are much better to stand the test of time, but are more expensive and clunkier. But sometimes come with more extra features. I would probably go with hard covers, but for prices and because I just really want the art and story I usually go with soft covers.

I watched an interview of Dave Grohl and Elton John ands was surprised to find out that Elton John loves new and alternative rock like Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age and stuff like them.

I agree. And I dispise that unless you never touch it, softcovers always bend outward. I only do softcover if there is NO Hardcover available, and even then grudgingly

Posted by Webjaker

So I may be late in realizing this but I just realized that the #666 Future Damien, the one that is at odds with Barbara Gordon because he "killed someone very close to her" is the Clone Damien from Batman Inc #8.

Posted by Webjaker

Damien has to be my favorite Robin, especially since Tim never was (shakes fist) - I have loved his evolution and especially his relationships with the rest of the Bat family. I know this is not permanent but I am still angry. I agree wholeheartedly that this was anticlimactic and in no way a fitting death for Damien. If he could be killed this easily, he would have died in every single battle he's ever fought. Of course there are Lazarus pits and Clones, but do keep in mind that in the flash forward issues Damien supposedly has some sort of Healing factor ... perhaps this will be when it kicks in and he'll only be 'recovering' for a few months .... whatever ... stupid ... GRUMBLE

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Dear DC: THIS is what we want!
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The twist was obvious before I even opened this comic, but I liked this issue and love Bachalo's art.

Posted by Webjaker

Absolutely fabulous. Never thought it'd say this, but so glad they didn't kill Damien off.

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@sparty-dbq said:

I find it a little strange that a random gang member put up a better fight against the lobos than Kaine did last issue.

You mean the "shark", as in "jumping the". Really, the other? *sigh

Posted by Webjaker

I found this entire arc to be boring. Lots of gore for shock value, not enough focus on the pschology of the story. Ending was VERY anti-climatic. I am however still looking forward to Snyder's Riddler storyline.