Bat-dork
Bat-dork
9/16/19
7:50 PM
7

It they really want to piss people off they would have you play as Simon but your whip is two feet long. You’ll need to buy a whip booster that will last for a few hours just I get the same default whip from the original games.

9/9/19
7:27 PM
1

Jonah and the bots mad a good effort, but their focus was ultimately too narrow.

9/5/19
6:19 PM
2

Same exact thought. FitSwitch sounds catchier though.

9/5/19
5:59 PM
13

“The basic structure of River City Girls is far removed from 1990’s River City Ransom.”

8/28/19
7:56 PM
2

The scene in the new trailer where he is talking to a therapist seems like the key to me: a benignly mentally ill man has society fail him time and time again, finally snaps and “accidently” does something that makes him a figurehead of other disenfranchised “goons” who rally behind him, and he accidently becomes a

8/28/19
5:22 PM
1

I really hope it is successful. DC tried the shared universe thing, and it didn’t work particularly well. This could be the start of their own thing: one-off movies connected to nothing that tell interesting stories about their characters. DC’s characters are so archetypical that standalone fables and weird scenarios

8/28/19
3:35 PM
1

We see a young Bruce Wayne studying for his business degree while shacking up with his college boyfriend, a young Harvey Dent studying for his law degree. Unbeknownst to Bruce, a name from his past is fostering an old hatred for him. Oswald Cobblepot, son of the Tucker and Ester Cobblepot, the first African American

8/28/19
2:57 PM
1

honestly the most accurate portrayal of anything from DC was in Lego Batman and I’m not even joking there

8/28/19
2:00 PM
3

You overestimate the ability of comics fans to successfully absorb ideas that run counter to the ideas they already have. Historically, they’re more likely to start an internet campaign to have the Joker movie remade with the holographic face of Heath Ledger replacing Joaquin Phoenix in every scene.

8/21/19
6:50 AM
1

You will probably read it over a weekend, barring other distractions. It will keep you up that first Friday night.

8/21/19
12:46 AM
1

It's a page turner. I picked up a few issues through a couple Humble Bundles, came into it with zero awareness or expectations, and thoroughly enjoyed it. There's a large chunk I haven't read because I've been waiting for a compendium like this to come out, and I'm definitely gonna be picking it up. 

8/20/19
5:46 PM
1

its a fast read and the art is very legible. It’s not dense or pretentious, but it’s very well written and drawn. Personally, I don’t love massive omnibus collections and the smaller volumes can be had for pretty cheap used. I’d hit up ebay/amazon/a local shop and see if you can snag the first one and see how it

8/20/19
4:09 PM
2

It’s hard for me to think of this comic in terms of pros and cons. The only concern I can really think of is that it embraces change in a way that makes it difficult for some people who prefer more static stories. There are very few stable constants, and I have at least one friend who prefers her fiction be a little

8/20/19
3:58 PM
2

It’s not overwhelming. It’s absolutely worth it, and not unfinishable. The books are not dense on dialogue or storytelling. BKV does a good job when reintroducing characters & plot points. 

8/20/19
3:43 PM
8

Dive in. It’s really good. Less text-heavy than Watchmen, art is fantastic. I still hold a grudge against Vaughn for what he did to a side-character in Ex Machina and I love it.