"Wow! That's some exhaustive research.
It's not important to your story, but in the Birds of Prey show Catwoman and her daughter were both metahumans. Were either of them ever portrayed this way in the comics?
"So she can't fly here? That's why she needs the Invisible Jet.
She did a lot of hovering at the end, so either she gained that power or her adrenaline was keeping her aloft. Or maybe in DC physics you can jump into the air and then…"
"Mr. Silver Age said:
He gained even more prominence in the Harry Potter movies. I knew when they brought in Lupin (and Varga), he wasn't there for a couple of meeting scenes. Ipso facto, Ares. So that reveal was undone for me by their…"
"I almost forgot ... I did have some more thoughts about the movie ...
Nice little bit how Diana gets the name "Diana Prince."
Diana was definitely right to call out the general who didn't want to engage in a strike to end…"
By Andrew A. SmithTribune Content AgencySpoiler alert: The surprise ending to Batman #24, which shipped June 7, features Batman (Bruce Wayne) proposing to Catwoman (Selina Kyle).Whether the Bat-Cat union will actually happen is anybody’s guess – hey, it’s comics, after all. Marriage used to be every superhero’s kryptonite, but things have gotten less predictable on that front in recent decades. Superman is currently married (with a 12-year-old son), and Aquaman’s engaged. On the other hand,…See More
"Saw Centurion, a Romans-in-Scotland movie from the UK, starring Michael Fassbender. It was pretty good, if a bit predictable. Decent acting, gorgeous scenery.
To my surprise, it turned out to be a prequel of sorts to The Eagle, a Romans-in-Germany…"
"I hadn't really thought of the later Teen Titans (first series) issues as Bronze Age, but I guess they are. There was a hiatus or two in there somewhere.
Does anyone know the story of why Teen Titans did that weird thing with "Mr.…"
"Another aspect of It Follows was that it made me subtly nostalgic for my own (pre-Internet) youth. The sets were kind of a mish-mash, with '80s vehicles and '70s interior designs and '90s clothes and so forth. It felt pretty…"
"I realized when I saw his name in the credits that Ares was played by the same guy who plays the horrible V.M Varga on Fargo, David Thewlis
He gained even more prominence in the Harry Potter movies. I knew when they brought in Lupin (and Varga), he…"
"I just saw the Adam West episode of Powerless, "Win, Luthor, Draw," on the Hulu streaming service. I understand that DC was streaming it on their website also.
I'm hoping it and the other 1 or 2 episodes will make it to broadcast TV.…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.