I’m not angry. I just can’t totally get behind the logic of doing the poll multiple times when we can see the rankings ourselves. I understand you’re slowly taking the winning choices out, but to me, it just doesn’t seem worthwhile when those who participate can see how each option matches up.
You're free to make any polls you want, provided they’re allowed by the guidelines and they don’t rub the mods and admins wrong. I’m just personally tired of seeing a flood of polls that push down other discussions, most of which are ill-thought-out and overdone. Don’t get me wrong, yours doesn’t fit in with those, as I can tell you genuinely want this to be meaningful.
I’m sorry if I came off as harsh or critical previously. It wasn’t intentional and it wasn’t meant to be directed at you, though I can see how it came off wrong.
Thanks, @Anotherbatmanfan, for pointing it out.
You’ve posted three nearly-identical polls over the course of three days. You’re not going to see any substantial difference in the results, and it’s just redundant at this point.
You’ve posted this or something similar four times now. You’re unlikely to get results that differ largely from what you’ve already gotten.
Ah, my bad. My mind was stuck on Cobra Kai and it autocorrected your post to refer to that. My apologies.
As a Legion fan, I’m even more disappointed in myself considering the fact that I completely forget he had a mini a while back.
Wrong wiki, my guy.
I’d suggest checking out the recommended reading section of his New Earth page (linked below). He played a supporting role in many Flash comics following his debut. He also has a large part in the history of the Justice League and its many iterations, hence the emotional toll in Identity Crisis. Also check out 52, which follows him after the death of Sue and the events of Identity Crisis (as well as the greater universe after Infinite Crisis).
As far as I’m aware, he’s not been utilized much since Flashpoint in 2011. He played a small role in Secret Six iirc, but not much, if anything else besides that.
EDIT: After checking, he plays at least a supporting role in the Event Leviathan stuff, which I’m not caught up on.
Like others have already said, is unrelated to the CW show. However, I really enjoyed all of the stories. The Firestorm story was a bit weaker than the other three imo, but it was still pretty good. The Metamorpho was a pretty great read, as was the Metal Men story. My favorite actually happens to be the Sugar and Spike one. It was a great reinvention of the characters and did some interesting things behind the scenes of the main DCU.
Keep in mind that the majority of the stuff in the series has most likely been retconned as of Rebirth/New Justice, but I still highly recommend it.
That all depends on what the conflict is about. I'm partial to both for separate reasons, but I would need cause to choose who I would side with, or if I would even pick a side.
Any amount of fan faction is still fan fiction. A simple idea is fan fiction in it's most basic form.
He can't. Only yes/no responses are allowed.
Haven't you hosted more than three times? 😉
Q: Are they human?
Question: Did the character (I'm still hesitant to say him) first appear before 1986?
ScavengerOne: After a Google, Yes, he does.
Would you like to take a guess? I know it'll be a stab at the dark, but it's worth a shot 😏
ScavengerOne: Yes, he is a clone (of sorts) of one of the metahuman Outsiders.
One question left, but I'm sure that's all you need at this point.
You may want to rephrase your post. It's a bit hard to understand what you're trying to ask.
ScavengerOne: Yes, his moniker begins with the letter between R and T, better known as "S." Something tells me that you have an idea of who it might be, while Rosoce is a bit out of his element.
Two. Questions. Left.
ScavengerOne: Yes, he has more than 60 appearances!
Three questions left!
ScavengerOne: No, his first appearance was not in '04, but there are now 4 questions left!