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    On top of this, gravity is...

    On top of this, gravity is close-enough-to-Earth-normal that the characters aren't bouncing like beach balls or limping along like octogenarians who used up all their good years three-score ago.
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    I think any one of those three would have been...

    I think any one of those three would have been great (and we did get a piece of one of them with Rescue and Iron Man's back to back thing). All of them tho might have felt a bit forced and overdone.
  3. The Mark of Zorro (1940)'s Alcalde, Luis Quintero.

    The Mark of Zorro (1940)'s Alcalde, Luis Quintero.
  4. I always loved the idea of a guy that basically...

    I always loved the idea of a guy that basically teleported inside lightbeams
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    A parking space being conviently available in a...

    A parking space being conviently available in a ridiculously dense urban environment when the hero's car pulls up (be it a Ferrari, or a 69 Beetle).
  6. The part of all this that SMH are fans wanting...

    The part of all this that SMH are fans wanting one of these businesses to be a villain. No. They're businesses, pursuing what they perceive as their interests. sure, there may be jerks with agenda...
  7. It's hard to say. The problem with both of the...

    It's hard to say. The problem with both of the Hawks is that their backstories have been such wildly divergent bags of mess.

    However, for her to become the bigger character, somebody is going to...
  8. It was good, but I've always been a fan of The...

    It was good, but I've always been a fan of The Hawks as a couple, because they were done so much better than other supercouples of their time, so couldn't quite buy it. Still, it was well written and...
  9. 86 or 87. Start earlier, with The Shadow War of...

    86 or 87. Start earlier, with The Shadow War of Hawkman mini (85?). The series is a continuation of the mini. They're all on DCUNIVERSE.
  10. All good dude.

    All good dude.
  11. There's some real sense to that. Marvel's use of...

    There's some real sense to that. Marvel's use of real places seemed edgy back in the day, but trying to cast Manhattan as the kind of crime-infested hell-hole it was in 1970 is now problematic. You...
  12. There was a time when Wolverine was vastly more...

    There was a time when Wolverine was vastly more famous than any of the three characters around which Feige's team built the MCU.Disney has a reason to believe that they don't need Spider-Man. I don't...
  13. How many times did SG appear before DC's Golden...

    How many times did SG appear before DC's Golden Age heroes went on ice back in 1951? Including his All-Star Comics story, I had the impression that it was only two or three.
  14. Lemonpeace has the solution I would prefer. I do...

    Lemonpeace has the solution I would prefer. I do have to wonder if it's viable. I can see how trying to run multiple continuities might only spread an already small fanbase over multiple imprints,...
  15. My fave Hawkwoman story. With the the hubs laid...

    My fave Hawkwoman story. With the the hubs laid up after being impaled by Lionmane, arguably their most dangerous enemy, she goes out and lays the whoop on him single-handed.

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  16. You are correct. It wasn't always that way....

    You are correct. It wasn't always that way. More's the pity.
  17. For peeps that adore legacy? Yes. For peeps that...

    For peeps that adore legacy? Yes.
    For peeps that get that this became a brand-driven medium in 1956? No.
  18. When I think on it, early-mid-1980s Batman was...

    When I think on it, early-mid-1980s Batman was set in a pretty civics-rich Gotham. Arthur Reeves, Grange, Bullock, Hill, plus Vicki Vales magazine. Miller's "Year One" didn't provide anything...
  19. Not the point that I was making. Hawkgirl/woman...

    Not the point that I was making. Hawkgirl/woman has always been treated more equally than other female partners, and from Shayera on, especially so. I stated that I prefer Shayera over the others...
  20. Gotham had a memorable mayor in Hamilton Hill. He...

    Gotham had a memorable mayor in Hamilton Hill. He was a corrupt scumbag, who pushed Gordon into a heart attack, and was turning the GPD into his own, private SA Brownshirts until his lackey Bullock...
  21. Not to trap you in the weeds longer, but I agree...

    Not to trap you in the weeds longer, but I agree with you about the reincarnation thing. It's part of the reason that I've always preferred Katar and Shayera over Carter and Shiera. Aside from the...
  22. Before I reply, are you talking about a...

    Before I reply, are you talking about a one-and-done, or a story that doesn't fill the whole book and isn't the title feature?
  23. I don't see those as the same. Oracle was about a...

    I don't see those as the same. Oracle was about a disabled woman refusing to stay down, even though it meant having to use her other abilities to carry on the fight in a different way. Cyborg was...
  24. Not quite. Yes, Shiera Saunders was created in...

    Not quite. Yes, Shiera Saunders was created in the same tale as Carter Hall, and yes, she was also a reincarnation of a Middle-Eastern aristocrat. However, she didn't get a set of wings for over a...
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    How much game has 100+ year old Cap got? He...

    How much game has 100+ year old Cap got?

    He looks all aged and frail by the lake. Nonetheless, he sneaks into property with nobody realizing he's there.

    Stark's place. The hyper-paranoid,...
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