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  1. A version of Luthor's speech takes place in that...

    A version of Luthor's speech takes place in that run too, although it's made with the Legion of Doom and the consequences looks to be different.

    I was honestly a bit unclear about the nature of...
  2. It can still be something like what you mention...

    It can still be something like what you mention in your first paragraph, established comic book villains doesn't have to look or act like they would in the 60's show or Schumacher's films. Think...
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    That's just the point, he's able to take a weak...

    That's just the point, he's able to take a weak concept and do great work with it.
  4. Did anyone else read Byron Burton's and John...

    Did anyone else read Byron Burton's and John Ottman's proposed script for a Beast solo movie that "leaked" a few days ago? I honestly think it's pretty good, certainly for a first draft.
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    Well, if Tom King and Geoff Johns can break into...

    Well, if Tom King and Geoff Johns can break into Hollywood, why not?
  6. DC hasn't really "cared" about continuity as such...

    DC hasn't really "cared" about continuity as such for several years now, the current practice seems to be "If a writer feels like referencing something it's in continuity, no retcon or explanation...
  7. The problem with re-occurring "meat and...

    The problem with re-occurring "meat and potatoes"-villains for Superman is that to be a threat to Superman they pretty much have to be a threat to at least the whole planet, which by default elevate...
  8. I read it as being a woman, and someone you were...

    I read it as being a woman, and someone you were never supposed to know exactly who it was. Just one of many henchmen and bystanders getting caught in Batman's crossfire during the years.
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    I don't think it's implausible for Joker to send...

    I don't think it's implausible for Joker to send henchmen out with specific instructions to buy certain clothes or order them from tailors or online. He's usually dressed quite "loudly", but...
  10. I don't understand that statement, what do you...

    I don't understand that statement, what do you mean?
  11. ...which would be true regardless of who the...

    ...which would be true regardless of who the current writer was. Still, disregarding personal taste, Vision, Sheriff of Bagdad, Omega Men and Mister Miracle make Tom King one of the biggest names...
  12. As late as 2002, the Batman title was averaging...

    As late as 2002, the Batman title was averaging around 50.000 issues sold each month and hovered around the mid top 30 sales list. Hush, and a few years later the Nolan Batman films, really brought...
  13. That's not real. No one writes dialogue that bad,...

    That's not real. No one writes dialogue that bad, certainly not James Gunn, and it has spelling errors.
  14. I at least hope this has a better ending than...

    I at least hope this has a better ending than "Batman comes back and beats everyone up - THE END -"
  15. There's not a whole lot of actual plot in the...

    There's not a whole lot of actual plot in the original Hush, a lot of stuff is just repetition or red herrings leading up to the big reveal and will probably be excised and replaced. I'm wondering if...
  16. I really hope, Kobra is a terrible and tired...

    I really hope, Kobra is a terrible and tired concept that I have a hard time seeing translate into something good on screen. I don't remember the Janus Directive storyline though, just that it was a...
  17. Considering how little writers in general seem to...

    Considering how little writers in general seem to care about the whole secret identity trope, retiring it for Batman would almost be a mercy killing at this point. Anyway, King like most other...
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    Heart of Hush, Hush Money and The House of Hush...

    Heart of Hush, Hush Money and The House of Hush all have a class theme going on in them as well.
  19. I'm headcanoning that the inconsistencies were...

    I'm headcanoning that the inconsistencies were all down to Batman still being affected by the fear gas and hallucinating.
  20. He's clearly a hit in the sense that he's become...

    He's clearly a hit in the sense that he's become a recurring member of Batman's rouges gallery, which happens maybe once every 5 or 10 years at this point. As a character in and of himself it's...
  21. Two of my pet peeves turned up in #70: *Batman...

    Two of my pet peeves turned up in #70:

    *Batman beating up a large swath of his rogues gallery without breaking a sweat is a disservice to a group of rich, interesting characters and cheapen future...
  22. They're not as long or draconian, but actors...

    They're not as long or draconian, but actors still sign contracts with studios. For example, Edward Norton was famously under contract to appear in a certain number of films produced by...
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    They, really, really aren't. If I'd have a penny...

    They, really, really aren't. If I'd have a penny for every bad take, suggested direction, film pitch or fan fiction that has passed my eyes...

    Anyways, my bad pitch for Batman Inc. is that it...
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    The first six or so issues were great, but the...

    The first six or so issues were great, but the book went south when they tried propping it up by finding ways to involve Batman and Gotham as much as possible.
  25. Primary antagonist is still not the main...

    Primary antagonist is still not the main character, and outside of cameos in stuff he produces I think lead roles is the only thing that gets Johnson out of bed these days. It's all speculation...
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