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    Agreed. Sure, it makes his name extremely...

    Agreed. Sure, it makes his name extremely literal, but the visual is so good I don't much care.
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    Hottest take I've read since "Gotham seems like a...

    Hottest take I've read since "Gotham seems like a poor place to raise a family." Careful with them fightin' words there. :p
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    Poll: Careful with those radical thoughts. It hurts our...

    Careful with those radical thoughts. It hurts our bottom line to showcase our characters as anything less than second stringers to our sacred bat.

    What, did you want to raise sales or something?...
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    I have a few omnibuses, but the big ones (JSA...

    I have a few omnibuses, but the big ones (JSA volumes 1-3) are more because, well, I'm unsure DC will actually finish the paperback collections and I love rereading that series, so breaking it out...
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    Absolutely! She makes for a great sidekick to PG...

    Absolutely! She makes for a great sidekick to PG and their friendship was very fun to read. I'd like Karen Starr to be a thing again instead of her just being Power Girl all the time. Secret...
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    Can you think of a non disturbing way to describe...

    Can you think of a non disturbing way to describe an entity designed to be God's personal score settler, usually against mortals? He's the ultimate punch-down legbreaker.
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    I will say that if we're going for a Mariner...

    I will say that if we're going for a Mariner Arthur, the hair and beard work. They're good for showing movement and water weight, which can really add atmosphere to a page. It worked very well for...
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    I remember it being in a lot of Superman comics...

    I remember it being in a lot of Superman comics Post-Crisis. Bibbo loves that stuff!
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    I'd make a catalogue and detailed history of all...

    I'd make a catalogue and detailed history of all the food showcased in the DCU, like Soder Cola for example.

    Super Snacks! A detailed discourse of DC delicacies.
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    Well she was indeed constructed as one from...

    Well she was indeed constructed as one from birth. Perhaps a repurposed murder machine?
  11. I can see it now. Dr. Mid-Nite: push, Lois!...

    I can see it now.

    Dr. Mid-Nite: push, Lois! You're almost... Push...

    Lois: I'm $#&$^@! PUSHING, DOC!

    Dr. Mid-Nite:... It's a girl! Congrat--

    [From off panel]
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    To be honest, I'm genuinely convinced TV is the...

    To be honest, I'm genuinely convinced TV is the way to go, most likely something that aims at kids but is really fun for adults too. Comics will exist for people to spill into as they have with The...
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    The bob cut is perfect as is. What works for...

    The bob cut is perfect as is. What works for Carol doesn't seem to work for Kara. Adding the back symmetry to the boob window, however, is an interesting move, as is turning it from a hole or window...
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    I seem to be agreeing with him a lot of late, but...

    I seem to be agreeing with him a lot of late, but Ascended pretty much concluded the thread. I will add, however, that DC isn't solely to blame here. They have to pay their bills and it does seem...
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    I'm certain it will eventually. Don't forget that...

    I'm certain it will eventually. Don't forget that a while ago, "cool" for Arthur was long hair, a hook hand, being estranged from his...

    Well if he loses the hand, I riot.
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    Sure, but it needs to be used sparingly. Batman,...

    Sure, but it needs to be used sparingly. Batman, The Joker, etc. These are people. Darkseid? The Spectre? Embodiments or fragments of gods and concepts themselves. It works for them. I do think that...
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    I find this is true for a lot of people. Nobody I...

    I find this is true for a lot of people. Nobody I know save one or two people would ever be willing to watch The Twilight Zone, Outer Limits or the 1957 Zorro series and each of them is wonderful...
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    I've always liked The Spectre having his own...

    I've always liked The Spectre having his own design for speech bubbles with inverted text/bubble coloration. It really sets him apart from others.
  19. I worry it may be too late by then should that...

    I worry it may be too late by then should that happen, a lot of Jon's fans have or are losing interest. My girlfriend was the biggest Super Sons fan I know (she gave the book out to friends/younger...
  20. Gotta respect Nicola Scott, she did a great set...

    Gotta respect Nicola Scott, she did a great set of these for the Trinity, but between this and that one issue of Secret Six Dick appeared in, you know she's got it in her contract somewhere that she...
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    My thoughts as well. If the book ends with Wally...

    My thoughts as well. If the book ends with Wally retiring and going off to start a new life with Linda, maybe take up a career as a social worker to help people with issues such as himself, I'd...
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    Give it time, we'll go back to the shirt and...

    Give it time, we'll go back to the shirt and shave in a few years, then cycle back to the viking look. It comes in waves.

    I'm only semi-sorry for the pun!
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    Sure, it absolutely was, but keep in mind I...

    Sure, it absolutely was, but keep in mind I hadn't read the issue yet and no matter how bad it got, I don't think Wally would ever consider a dirt nap. I think he'd go catatonic and just become inert...
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    Edited; Double post, I apologize.

    Edited; Double post, I apologize.
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    My concern was Wally having suicidal thoughts. I...

    My concern was Wally having suicidal thoughts. I just can't reconcile that with the character in grew up reading.
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