Elseworlds in the DCEU is a cool idea, but giving Joker a definite origin is not
Oh, okay. To be honest, I haven't read that storyline yet, and I only found that through research. You don't need to give clues, I'm sure someone will figure it out eventually.
Oh, I thought Jon Samuel Kent joined the Titans in Rebirth. I kind of figured it wouldn't count, though.
I'm not sure about this, but do Jon Lane Kent and Jon Samuel Kent count?
Wait, are you asking what era Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman is in, or what era the version of Wonder Woman seen on the top of the box set is?
Sorry about not responding. It completely slipped my mind. The answer was Joker, by the way.
Sorry for taking so long. Here's my question: In Y: The Last Man, at one point in a flashback the protagonist, Yorick, is seen wearing a shirt with a DC character on it. Who is that character? Hint: The clue is in the name.
Tupka217 wrote: To sell comics.
I mean, why did the government order him to bring in batman
Well, they disapproved of Batman's violent vigilantism, especially as he'd been inactive for years, so they sent in Superman to make him stop. You should really read the comic, though.
I'll count that. My answer was Brainiac, from Alex Ross' Justice, who Alex Ross said that he modeled after Morrison.
Neither are the answer I have. Do you know they were based on him, or is it just a guess?
Captain Cold is correct. Zsasz and Luthor are good guesses, but not corrects as far as I know.
Name two DC villains who have, at one point or another, been modeled in appearance after Grant Morrison. Hint: One of the two villains was an answer to one of the questions asked previously in this Quiz.
Wow, I can't believe I actually got that.
Alright, random guess: Introduced: A decendent of Superman Reintroduced: Cosmic Boy