Good to see lots of DC love this week.
@scott_summers52: That's why the artist drew a shadow obscuring Dick and Damian's faces and kept Jason's mask on. It's been done so much now that I was more annoyed than shocked that they were doing this.
I hate when writers try to cheapen the significance of Jason Todd's death.
@laughingbatman: @eto: Aquaman is my second favorite rebirth book (Behind Superman) and imo, the most consistent rebirth book. Black Manta's character progression kind of goes in a circle, but everything else about that book is top notch.
Based on this preview and the series so far, Rucka is pretty much the definition of a slow burn writer.
Yep, and it doesn't help that the see-sawing plots make the previous issues hard to remember. I'm only reading it in trade from now on.
I didn't like either of Wolverine's solo movies. An R rating doesn't improve the track record of the previous films.
Saw the best parts on YouTube. Not sitting through the rest of that tripe.
You were better off for it. I made the mistake of reading the full Negan arc in the comics. Now I understand how much of the show is filler and it's ruining it for me.
@nerevarine_11: Cheshire was in Red Hood in the Outlaws during New 52. She was working with the league of assassins, had a new teleportation power (along with poison based weaponry), and stole Roy's trucker hat. I haven't seen her since that arc concluded about 2 years ago.
@modernww2fare: Ikr. They have over 20 more episodes to go. Hopefully it's not like season 2 where he and the big villain are ready to fight each other and have to waste 9 weeks explaining why the plot won't allow them to face off yet.
I find Smallville's importance to the overall DCTV universe overrated. The most valuable lesson it proved to Warner Bros. was that a modern superhero show could be profitable, but honestly, I think the rise of the Marvel movies and Marvel Netflix would've still resulted in DCTV. Like you've mentioned before, Smallville was not successful in expanding it's own universe into other shows and for the first few seasons it really wasn't a superhero show. It's main saving grace is that it still has the most interesting depiction of a live action Lex Luthor. If Rosenbaum wasn't on that show I might never have watched it.
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