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My shot in the dark idea of the three Jokers is:

Original Joker, Red Hood: the trickster killer. Just as Riddler needs his riddles, this one needs his jokes. His plots have to amuse him and be complicated. This one is with Harley and matches the cartoon.

The Comedian: The ruthless killer with a sociopolitical motive. This one is most like The Dark Knight's joker. He kills without jokes, but is trying to make a point.

My last one is off the wall, but you never know...

The Immortal: Jason, Wonder Woman's brother. This is the one that teams up with the big boys and somehow keeps up. Joker has no powers, why would Superman's enemies team with him? This is why. This one is the one that keeps Batman on his toes in fights, instead of being an easy knockout.

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First Abraham Lincoln, now Pinocchio as well. Who's gonna be the next vampire slayer?

A young man named Elliot dies from mysterious circumstances. It's ruled a suicide, but one alien knows the truth. He left to be with his own people, but now he comes back for vengeance...

He is E.T.: Vampire Slayer!

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I always will say art is subjective... but subjectively I hate this art, I think it's terrible. Wow. I will not pay money for this.

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I think it's cool that so many other teams now have a pretty powerful super team they'll have to face. I personally don't mind Namor's death; I recognize his historical importance, but he hasn't been the most beloved character. This is comics, if there is enough call for it he'll come back. If not... no one really cared anyway.

As far as going after the Illuminati goes, though, that puts them up against a lot of different powers. This gives the X-Men, the Inhumans, The Avengers, Strange, and the new team The Ultimates (probably their greatest challenge at this point with Sentry missing) all an adversary. And this team has the power to back that threat up.

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Hmm this is actually really lame and misinformed. By not explaining the teleporting (it's a belt based on Cable's technology and usually requires him to be around) and the immortality (Thanos and Deadpool are both in love with Death, and Thanos punished Deadpool out of jealousy by denying him the ability to ever be by her side, as he cannot die) it makes it seem like these are intrinsic parts of his powers by even listing them.

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@spider-manwins: ...This is a fictional character, no one is dying. My point, obviously, is that he is written in an immature manner, consistently. No matter his role, he is joking and juvenile, because his fans with Peter Pan complexes cannot accept him growing up.

Many children fantasize about being a hero and saving people. There is nothing wrong with this, it's a good life choice. There is more to life than being a fantasy hero, though. It doesn't preclude or excuse someone from becoming an adult. This isn't about Parker or his character directly; it's about fans who can't accept him growing up. This is why he is not married to MJ. This is why he can't keep growing like other heroes (who are often also too frozen in time, but at least they have been allowed to maintain adulthood), and beyond that, he actually has to continually regress back to his early years.

We've seen this story. It only exists time and again for the people that can't let go, that don't want to see their hero grow.

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First, this is inconsistent with 616's time frame. Hashtags didn't gain popularity until at least 2010. Apparently we're just going to ignore that because people need a Peter Parker kid story. This is something we've seen before and should only be done as Miles Morales right now, the actual teenager in high school, going by the name of Spider-Man. I'm sorry, but this just comes off as sad to me. Do fans of this really have such a hard time letting go of Parker as a child? If this is supposed to be a precursor to Civil War in the MCU, don't base it in 616.

Uncle Ben stressed, and we've heard it time and again, that with Great Power comes Great Responsibility. What responsibility is on display here, or in AMS? Here, he blows off school to go fight... he's clearly doing it for fun, and perhaps even fame, not as a hero. There, he blows off his board of directors (AMS #2) to go fight... He isn't a man there, either. He is parroting Stark, a man-child with unlimited access to all the toys he could want.

If Uncle Ben had made it, he'd also teach Peter that with Growing Up comes Great Responsibility, and Burden. By not letting go of this character, by not letting him age, grow, experience change then he never develops as a character. He is stuck in time, and everyone that "needs" this character to stay this way should really be asking themselves why. Why is Pete immune to remake fatigue? His name might be Peter Parker, but he is becoming much more of a Peter Pan. It's time to let him be a man.

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Sorry Fox, still not tricking me into seeing baby Batman moping around. We have the internet for this now. It amazes me how many people tune in to things they don't want to watch just to see a trailer they can see online the next day.

I remember when football ratings surged because people who'd never seen a game in their life tuned in for Star Wars... I guess at least in this case the show and movie have a character link, even if it isn't the same world (DC needs to get its act together, having at least 3 worlds running in TV/Movies right now.)

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I predict that since Chris Pine will play Steve Trevor during WW1, in modern time, his great grandson, also a pilot thanks to his ancestor will be... Hal Jordan, played by Chris Pine. Yes, he plays both roles as both rumors were right, and of course WW has a thing for Hal, looking so much like Great Grandpa Steve.

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I don't think they'll end up together any time soon, but I think it is a definite possibility in a few years IF they keep the time-displaced X-Men around.

One thing that everyone forgets when considering Jean's age is that she is an extremely powerful telepath. This gives her access to an emotional maturity and understanding of life that most others will never grasp. She, like Logan, has experienced many lives. All she has to do is pass by an old folks home and she too knows the experience(s) of 80 years. This gives her perspective that many lack.

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