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Discussion in 'Mexico NSR' started by Josesito, Feb 1, 2012.
Green Lantern gay lol
I thought all superheroes except for the Hulk were gay.
If you think about it...love to hang out with other men and fromp around in tight spandex lol.
So wait, Robin died but came back, and joker killed him? man i need to catch up..
Red Hood is Jason Todd who was the 2nd Robin after Dick Grayson became Nightwing. Joker "killed" Jason Todd, but years later he re-appeared as Red Hood. Red Hood is pretty much Gotham's version of The Punisher. unlike Batman, he does kill bad guys.
This, I cant remember how he survived or was brought back to life, its a decent comic story arc and now animated movie
I've had a lot of fun reading Brian Vaughan's comics. Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina, and Pride of Baghdad were all quality imho.
Started reading "The Boys" and I enjoy it to a certain extent but I can't stick with it. Which pretty much sums up my experience with Garth Ennis' other series "Preacher". Although I still prefer Ennis to Mark Millar.
Empire: The 50 GREATEST Comic Book Characters;
Wizard's Top 10 TOUGHEST Superheroes In Comics;
Last Man Standing
in that order
What are you listing this as?
In your dreams, brotha.
When it comes to the greatest comic book characters Batman will always be undeniably in the top two(so I'll give you that), but Hulk & WW don't even come close to making the strongest impact in the comic book genre & industry, as the character who started it ALL- Superman(a modern superhero & global icon) or even making the same impact as one of the coolest & greatest detectives- the Dark Knight as Batman.
Did you even at least look at the websites for either one? Because they back up their actions with strong & reasonable detailed statements on why they're considered as the greatest, which I agree.
Here's their statement of defense as why they consider Superman as one of the greatest comic book character, ever- in case you missed it;
IGN also agrees;
What's your defense on why Hulk & WW should even be considered the top three or even the top ten for that matter?
I basically agree with naming Superman as the greatest superhero of all time because of how important he was to the development of the modern superhero comic, and because decades later he's still getting published.
However this line in the IGN write-up made me laugh....
"Superman is a hero that reflects the potential in all of us for greatness"
How does Superman reflect our potential for greatness? He's a flying alien with inhuman strength, speed, senses, and eye lasers.
Superman is lame
Superman was created in a time period that has vastly changed. His personality was made to be a goody-two-shoes boy scout. An upstanding lawful citizen of the highest order. A personality that's considered lame for today's "badass" standards. Which is why when he was brought back to life (Doomsday saga), they gave him –or at least tried– a makeover which included long hair, an edgy personality, and the new found love of rock music (\m/\m/). Which, in the end, turned out to be even more lame.
But putting all that aside, none of you morons can't deny/ignore his powers.
He'd put anyone to sleep with a sneeze. Including Hulk.
Spawn is too new and doesn't get enough cred, but he is a bad ass character..
The Batman vs. Spawn fight is goddamn silly. Come on, son...
There's a pretty good comic series called "Irredeemable". The concept is that a Superman type hero called the Plutonian gets fed up with the burden of being the world's savior.
There's always more people who need help, more than even he can actually help. Plus, his super ears allow him to hear all the crap people say about him. So he finally snaps and starts destroying and killing. I've only read the first 4-5 issues but it's good so far.
There's a deeper meaning to that statement, young grasshopper.
I believe he's talking about reaching our true potential of greatness within our own limits & abilities, and at the same time staying true to our morals, values, and principles when facing with real life challenges & obstacles. That is probably why many people were inspired by him to face their own adversities & ultimately overcome them as Superman has done before. The statement may be cheesy and not the coolest things to say by today's 'cool' standards, though it's representation is honestly
authentic, honorable, and virtuous that many people have aspired & continue to do so. He will probably be always considered a great example of genuine nobleness (it's what set him apart in the first place) in the comic book genre where many characters soon followed & resembled to him in many ways than others. Imo, his contribution to the comic book industry is paramount where his character qualities will undeniably stand the test of time.
But that being said Batman>>>>>>>>>>>>>everybody else.
(Superman is probably the most epic, but I just dont like his comics)