Hi Scott, I placed this in the wrong month, however the question still stands: how closely will the Lex Luthor of the new 52 resemble the Michael Rosenbaum incarnation: someone who protects what they think is there's by any means necessary, legal or otherwise but not necessarily 'evil'.
Scott Lobdell Wants YOUR Questions: October 2011 Edition
I'm actually a little curious - and bear with me, because this is kind of another Starfire controversy question, but not exactly in the same vein as the rest, I'm only using it as an example for a broader question I've always wondered about --- when a comic causes a lot of controversy (as with Red Hood and the Outlaws) do comic writers ever get 'called into the bosses office' like all the rest of us, or is DC's editorial / management pretty 'hands-off' when dealing with the creatives? In another sense - can you get away with anything, or are there ever "emergency story meetings" if you know what I mean.
Hello Mr. Lobdell, I'd like to ask how strong Starfire is in terms of super strength and durability/invulnerability? She's the only superpowered member of the Outlaws so I'd figure her strength would be amped up from before to be better able to serve as the team's powerhouse against super powered adversaries, both good & bad alike.
Follow Up Question: What does Arsenal bring to the Outlaws team that Redhood doesn't? I mean, does Roy have any skills or talents that Jason lacks or can't do better? I mean, before I heard they were teaming up, I kinda always thought of Arsenal as "Redhood Light" if ya know what I mean, basically identical skillsets only Jason clearly had the edge in every regard.
Hello, Mr. Lobdell.
So, I just read an article about Teen Titans on DC ALL ACCESS: YOUNG JUSTICE on Newsarama. You said us before that there were a Titans team before this new one. Your Editor says don't. I think there is an incoherent issue there, right?
I hope that there were a group. A lot of fans are upset about that... Please, Mr. Lobdell, what we do have to think???
And, that "Charcoal Girl" is the same Solstice created by Krul and Nicolla?
You avoided me last time, so I'll ask again here.
First, I want to thank you for giving Jason his own book away from the Batfamily troubles that plagued his life. It's a great start that I understand...but not fully.
I don't think that Jason should be rid of ALL of them. For 1, I believe that Jason and Grayson's relationship as brothers should be shown more from time to time. Because to me...they were the two brotherly ones. He hates Tim, and doesn't care to know Damian.
I also would love to see Jason and Cassandra (Cain) meet. I believe strongly that these two could have a romance that would rival the likes of Bruce&Selina, and Grayson&Barbra. But they need their chance. This would also help to open Jason's character more to show how he is with someone he genuinely cares about, and it could also help to bring Cassandra into the new DCnU.
So my question is as followed...
Can you allow this to happen? Because Jason needs a girlfriend, and Cassandra is perfect.
Scott thanks for answering questions
will you ever have Tim finish up plots left unfinished in Red Robin: dealing with the century old computer voice that want's tim as a replacement. Helping Cassandra Cain beat the Cricket a villian able to brake Tim's arm and effortlessly defeat Cass. Deal with Promise and the Mysterious hooded lady who wants to uhhem complete a "ceromony years in the making" aka creating another Daimien like charecter
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