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#1  Edited By zachkastner

@ssejllenrad said:

Give her an "ancient" costume feel like what Marvel did with Thor.

Donna Troy's Wonder Woman costume would be effective methinks.

I really dislike the Rahzahh version of the suit, it loses everything that thematically shapes the Wonder Woman costume. Now, this Donna Troy armor keeps with the similar silhouette while also remaining practical looking and essentially still "the character". Very nice find.

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#2  Edited By zachkastner

It will probably be Ultimate R.H.I.N.O. and he's a man in a metal rhino suit.

This could work.

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#3  Edited By zachkastner

Well dang, Brett Booth is killing it on the art! Jason's helmet design is looking wonderful

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#4  Edited By zachkastner

Susan Eisenberg, George Newburn, Kevin Conroy! Perfect Trinity. Childhood, welcome back.

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#5  Edited By zachkastner

Good. I love "Sad Tony" when pressed against by the thumb of the world. Such as in Fraction's run where literally NOTHING was going right for Stark and he still manages to assess the situation and rebuild.

Feige is right. Iron Man’s superpower isn’t his suit, it’s his ability to build and rebuild himself as well as the world around him… so reading a story where Tony tears himself down back to square one with a vice and is forced with self-reckoning to overcome that problem which can never be overcame is compelling as hell.

The Iron Man films need to understand the aspect and wonder that “Sad Tony” brings to the character. He’s always too happy and things go right way too much for RDJ’s Stark. I still love the character, but he needs more struggle to keep some three-dimensionality to the on screen Stark.

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#6  Edited By zachkastner

Learn who the H'el he is! Yeah puns!

I'll see myself out now.

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#7  Edited By zachkastner

That mouth under the Owl mask looks kind of wonky. I'd remove it, or dial it back a few notches.

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#8  Edited By zachkastner

Sounds good! And if he is a fan of the character then I trust she's in good hands. I'll be picking up both Arsenal and Starfire's solo installments.

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I'm so glad to be a part of this community, happy birthday Comic Vine!

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#10  Edited By zachkastner

Scott Snyder talks about the history kept and lost (among his rise to being the lead writer of Batman) in his chat with Kevin Smith's FatmanonBatman podcast series here: http://smodcast.com/episodes/scott-snyder-of-cowls-and-owls/

To paraphrase the segment: writers were given the choice to establish what was canon and what wasn't--and because Scott and the other writers in the Batverse were so connected with the previous history all of the main events [such as Cataclysm, No Man's Land, Knightfall, Hush] remain intact, though they may not be referenced towards they won't try to refute said events.

He also mentions how writers of other Batbooks start unweaving mythos (like Teen Titans with Tim and RHatO with Jason) but the guidelines the Batfamily, at least, is going off is entirely pre-New 52.

I wish each major writer were able to have sit down talks like this. Knowing if Supes has died at one point is sort of important in how Superboy comes into being. They wouldn't even need specifics, just hint at "yup he died against ___ and that event's overall impact did still happen"