Usually I buy digital since it's much easier that way, but recently I've been wanting to have a few of my favourite stories in printed collection, so I've bought the Multiversity(in graphic novel form) on amazon. The shipping, however, is almost 50% of the book's cost and adds on a good $20. Buying regular printed books in comic stores(very far away from home) is even more expensive than having them shipped from amazon. I guess I just wish there are cheaper ways to buy printed comics for someone living far away from where they are produced(I live in New Zealand).
I'm still going to get omnibuses of stories I like, digital is pretty cool and I can read on a number of devices, but it's just different from the feel and experience of reading from a printed comic.
Say that Wonder Woman got full bloodlusted with morals off and teamed up with Aries(who, you know, don't have much morals to begin with) to destroy the world. Only the Avengers can stand up to them. Who would win?
I just went and saw Wonder Woman. Kind of disappointed that my local cinema offered 2D only whereas it was 3D for BvS. But it was still an amazing movie. What really stood out for me is how different WW is compared to the previous DC movies. It managed to pull off dark topics without being grim or 'gritty' like the others. It had the sense of hope and optimism that was missing from previous DC films. I liked the other DC movies-- but WW is no doubt the best of them.
Did not expect Aries to be an older British gent though. Actually surprised me there.
For me personally it'd be Lex Luthor. His appeal lies in the moral grayness of his character. Could he really be good if Superman did not exist? Or is Luthor just saying that to appease his own ego? There have been times when he did save the world, but there was always the fact that he benefited from those stints as a 'superhero.'
Though I've got no idea what he can get out of being Superlex.