I think both companies own rights to crossovers, hence why most of the DC/Marvel crossover books are out of print.
It may be something else though.
I was trying to remember the name of this universe just 5 minutes ago, so thanks for jogging my memory.
Ah, must've missed that. Thank you.
Thanks! Didn't know you could watch youtube videos while staying on the fandom site.
Miller is more "edgy" than dark.
Do you have a link to the video?
I guess Batman... mainly because their relationship didn't go anywhere :P.
Constantine and Zatanna had sexual history and tension in Moore's Swamp Thing.
And when were they together in Kingdom Come? There was so much going on in the background of that comic that I wouldn't be surprised if I missed that.
Tales of the Batman: Steve Englehart being released. A really good collection. Looking forward to the Marv Wolfman trade as well.
I feel like Riddler is often ignored by writers cause he's known as being too corny, but he actually has lots of good stories:
His scene in Long Halloween
Dark Knight, Dark City
Primal Riddle (But be warned: its WEIRD)
Flash: Full Stop
I also enjoyed Paul Dini's run where he reforms and becomes a private detective. At least, I'm pretty sure it was Dini. There was also a silver/bronze age issue where he hypnotized himself into not leaving clues, but I can't remember which one it was.
I actually HATED Pain and Prejudice... too much gloom for me. That and the art was incomprehensible. But I'm glad it was capable of pleasing someone.
Now that I think about it, I must not be a huge Penguin fan, since most of his stories (even the popular ones) rubbed me the wrong way.
But if I had to choose my favorite stories of his, I'd pick the ones where he's a "respectable businessman" in charge of the Iceberg Lodge. He had some great moments in the last two N52 Catwoman volumes.
"^You mean when Brian Buccellato came on board as writer? 😁"
I was referring to Superman's side, not the title. I've edited my earlier comment to make it clearer.
Hard to say. I was on Superman's side at the beginning of Injustice comics, but I left his side immediately after he started talking dictator.
My copy of JLA by Claremont and Byrne came in the mail today. Yay!
I liked Red Hood/Arsenel, but the rest of Lobdell's stuff is plain boring.
I only used it for comics anyway, so I'm ok with this. It would be cool if they strived to make their library as complete as Marvel Unlimited's.
And then Darkseid tried to kill Batman by making him a time bomb.
But Dan Turpin survived the bullet somehow.
I think Darkseid died in Death of the New Gods... or in Countdown... idk. But he was reincarnated on earth and then Batman killed him.
Grant Morrison is weird.
There are always illegal ways to obtain guns.
Before Watchmen: Minutemen is a really good comic in its own right.
The first half of Morrison's run is all right. I like JLA and Doom Patrol better.
Lemire's run was pretty good. Reading it along with Swamp Thing to keep up with Rotworld was a very rewarding experience.