You see I don't know about DC that much, so I need a comic recommendation. I don't really like the ones before the New 52. Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash, Superman, Justice League is my favs. I don't know what have been happening to DC LATELY, so LATEST comics would be nice. Thanks.
What's on your mind?
Example, if he moved faster than the speed of sound, would he create a sonic boom?
(I haven't read any shazam comics)
This could be any relationship within any DC show -- like Lucifer and Gotham and all that.
In my humble opinion, I personally believe the show that might have the best romantic relationship is none other than Lucifer. The love that's shown among characters in the show is something that I can't really find on other DC shows
Love on other DC shows just seems to be a bit too sappy for me, but the characters (or should I say actors) somehow seem to nail it.
I have book two of grant morrison's doom patrol and one thing comes to mind: why isn't rita farr in this book
This thread will very likely discuss topics that are political in nature,if these kind of discussions bother you do not open this thread. You have been warned
After reading Green Lantern/Green Arrow,I came out pretty impressed. It was a comic that made me interested in social politics. Simply,put O'Neil nailed the social political themes and clashing beliefs of Hal and Oliver extremely well.
In recent years, with the advent of the arrowverse bringing on more green arrow fans,it seems this aspect of Queen has been neglected or outright ignored.
Which brings me on the question. In your opinion,Should Oliver Queen's political beliefs be a pillar of his character? Why or why not? I for one would love to see what you guys think about it.
Now I know what your thinking, Adamantine is a metal that's from Wolverine, well that's called Adamantium, so both metal are different, Adamantine is god made metal and Adamantium is earth made metal.
I was reading over the barry allen (new earth) article and saw that there was a dead link in the afterlife portion and i haven't been able to find anything about it on the wiki
The series is written by Satoshi Miyakawa with art by Kai Kitago and is being published through Kodansha Publishers.
The first issue has already come out in Japan but there is no news about when it will be translated to English.
There's the eighth metal (name unkown), the ninth metal (Nth Metal) and the tenth metal (Element X), so what if there could be an eleventh metal and it could be called Eternium.
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I like the DC Super Hero Girls, but you can give me any. Doesn't have to be Wonder Woman.
If you didn't know already, Batman is thought throughout the Internet to defeat any threat with enough prep time. But it's a bit general statement. What about the DETAILS?
So, in this post we're gonna focus on what Bruce Wayne should do as a preparation to fight and defeat certain DC characters.
Today's character is:
Eobard Thawne a.k.a Reverse-Flash a.k.a Professor Zoom.
How would Batman prepare for him? And who should be next?
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I asked this a few weeks ago, but I'm sorry, it REALLY seems like the New Earth continuity is back as the mainstream DC Universe. Still haven't read Death Metal or Infinite Frontier, so maybe I'm missing something, but unless someone can prove me wrong, I really feel like we should go back to the New Earth pages for our mainstream universe. I'm thinking maybe we add information about the Prime Earth stuff that's now New Earth canon (for example, Tom Taylor's Suicide Squad and parts of the Rebirth Squad run have been confirmed as canon now alongside the original Ostrander run). The headers for "Mainstream Universe" on infoboxes need to be changed, too. Prime Earth's now has to say "Mainstream Universe, 2011 - 2021", while New Earth's should either say "Mainstream Universe, 1986 - 2011; 2021 - present", or just "Mainstream Universe, 1986 - present" (I prefer the latter, myself).
Again, please correct me if I'm wrong here.
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So i've been putting together a reading order of Post-Crisis Batman, but i can't find any information of where Batman: Europa would go.
Does it take place before or after the Grant Morrison Saga where Daiman Wayne is introduced? Or even prior to that? Where is the best spot to read it in a Batman Chronological order?
I looked at their individual issue's lists of appereances but i can't find anything definitive, and also i don't want to spoil the entire thing to myself lol, so i figured i should just ask here.