"It all follows what evidently is the Marvel philosophy: Gaining superpowers is a curse.
In DC comics, being superhero just makes a cool life even better -- prize-winning reporter Clark Kent is Superman, millionaire Bruce Wayne is Batman, forensic…"
"Quite a few of the original series was like that. What if the Hulk had Bruce Banner's Intelligence? The Thing would end up violently insane. What if Spider-Man Joined the FF? Sue would end up with Namor. What if Spider-Man…"
"Where things stand currently: The Justice League movie is back on (see here: "Justice League Will Be Separate from Superman, Batman Movies" and here: "Justice League, the Movie? Warner Chief Sets Sights On Team-Up Film and…"
"Ha Ha Thanks.
I haven't posted here in a while because I've been too embarrassed.
After everyone has seen you in your tighty whiteys, it's kind of hard to face people.
And Figserello, your new oath both me laugh…"
"According to the Blackest Night page on Comixology, the order would be Batman (parts 9-11), Superman (parts 15-17) and Titans (parts 33-35). These numbers are the first I've seen to indicate what order to read this massive, 79-part…"
"My library has just informed me that Black Lantern Corps Vol 1 is now ready for me to pick up, and I've also ordered the Blackest Night collection proper but it isn't in yet.
Black Lantern Corps Vol 1 collects the Superman, Batman and…"
"Thanks, guys. This was my idea of a Batman story by George Carlson, who wrote and drew zany surreal fairytale stories for Eastern Color's Jingle Jangle Comics. Two examples can be found here. Three more can be found in the collection A…"
"I don't think it's so much that all the stories have been told, as that many members of the audience have read a lot of Batman stories and are more likely to be excited by something different and sensational. At the same time the stories…"
"I'm not against change, really I'm not. It's that the constant change with each creative switch that gets annoying. Everyone seems to feel they have to answer, delete or alter anything that the previous writers did that they…"
"I think those were good rules for the 70s or 80s. Back then writers/custodians still had a slight hope of still telling great stories without littering the sandbox.
Superhero stories thrive on escalation. Doctor Doom and Magneto's level of…"
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