Alright heres another guy i liked but never read until now and from the old stuff i got im loving every Panel
Question Respect Thread
"he's sick. He's got the same respect form me as batman does."
im reading stuff from 40 years ago and im loving it
i got the new stuff also but man im enjoying it
im reading the one where he appears in Blue Beetle and plus its Ted Kord beetle so ooyaj
Sling Shot says:
"The Question is who they Moore based Rorshcac off of. Alan Moore noticed his greatness as do I. Question is the dude. And JLU did a great portrayal of him, as they did for everyone. Yeah the Question could be the answer to a new series, or DC movie."
that he could
And the guy who did his voice on JLU (the re-animator guy something Combs) made it oh so freaking awesome
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Sling Shot says:"The Question is who they Moore based Rorshcac off of. Alan Moore noticed his greatness as do I. Question is the dude. And JLU did a great portrayal of him, as they did for everyone. Yeah the Question could be the answer to a new series, or DC movie."
that he could
And the guy who did his voice on JLU (the re-animator guy something Combs) made it oh so freaking awesome"
I have to bring this thread up as The Question is undoubtedly just great and way underrated!!!
He shone in 52 with an absolutly incredable death, normal and human just like the Questuion yet extraordinary enough to keep me gripped!
Rennees journey has been amazing! She shone at the end of 52 and wears the Hat with pride and rightly so!
One thing i wasnt keen on was the five boks of blood...an interesting idea really good infact just poorly executed could have been doneover 20 issues not five!
then Final Crisis and Revelations absolutley loved it. Crypus allen dragged back from her past to haunt her the severe power imbalance in the pair human and Divine entity with near unlimited potential, the same with Cain a being of almost unfathomble evil!!!!
she took the spear to the chest like a true hero!
then in Final Crisis although slightly confusing!!!! she mans the arc for the supermen of the universe....I love the question Greg ruckas been writing her for since, well since her birth in 52 and in my opinion has managed to give the character a new position in the DCU and neally all around just kicked ass in his writing of the character...witty banter and all!!!!!!
"Nighthunter said:"it is believed that you can't die in Nanda Parbat because of the goddess protecting the placenice.....I never got why he was called Vic but people called him Charlie??????????
His name is Charlie Victor Sage or vic sage to the T.V. crowd.
"i know its a dumb Question, but why in some comics does Vic have blonde hair and in some he has black hair?"Depending if he's The Question or not it is the adhesive gas that changes his clothes and fixes the mask, it also changes his hair colour.
My favorite story with him is the three issue/annual crossover with the Batman and Green Arrow back in th eearly nighties. He felt overshadowed by Batman and told him so.
Written by Greg Rucka; Art by JH Williams and Cully Hamner; Cover by JH Williams : Variant Cover by JG Jones"Elegy" part 1 of 4! A new era in the history of DETECTIVE COMICS begins as Batwoman is unleashed on Gotham City! Marked by the blood-red bat, Kate Kane is a soldier fighting her own private war – one that began years ago and haunts her every waking moment. With a script by Greg Rucka and breath-taking art by JH Williams III, you've never seen anything like this!
Featuring the debut of a new co-feature starring The Question written by Rucka! Odds against you? Alone and nowhere to turn? Willing to fight, but you don't know how? When you're searching everywhere for an answer, sometimes all you need to do is ask the right Question. Renee Montoya again dons the faceless mask to help those in need, all the while searching for her own answers in this new adventure with art by Cully Hamner (BLUE BEETLE).
got that off the DC page, Detective Comics #854
Anyone else excited???????????????
I'm really upset that my local shop doesn't have The Question volume 1 of O'neil's run. They have volumes 2, 3, and 4 in the trades, but but no volume 1. Frustrating...
I'm just gonna have to Amazon it I guess...although I would vastly prefer to get it from one of my local shops.
The Ditko Vic Sage Question is a great character, less so for the O'Neill interpretation. The less said about the Renee Montoya Question, the better (Rucka sure loves his lesbians!).
I don't know if Ditko ever talked about this or not, but I always thought that since Ditko (and Vic Sage) were Objectivists, 'The Question' name was an oblique reference to 'The Question' asked throughout Atlas Shrugged: "Who is John Galt?"
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