Is there any recommended preparatory reading before tackling Death and Return, or should cursory knowledge of the DC universe be enough?
Basic knowledge is about enough, but you'll still occasionally say "Who the hellmis this guy?".
Also Lex transfered his brain to a younger clone body, and Supergirl is Matrix Supergirl, look for details on that.
Does anyone still play this game?
I quit like 3 years ago. Everyone I knew had quit and the stories weren't as interesting.
Funny you should ask i tried it for the first time this year and love it.
I love DC and i played Wow for years yet i never thought of trying this before now, love the combat and story so far.
Which of these is the best to continue with? I don't want to waste money and end up hating a book like when I've been burned too many times with Marvel.
I only read the first issues of Superman and Wonder Woman, and the first five of Justice League. I'm past the first arc of Aquaman and just past Death of the Family with Batman. I have the first 13 of Supergirl and it's somewhere between alright and good. The Flash is confusing the shit out of me because I'm up to issue 12 and I feel like there was a huge timeskip where no context was given.
Well, which ones did you enjoy the most?
Personally I really liked Aquaman and Wonder Woman (up to vol 6), and I think Justice League didn't get really good until the Throne of Atlantis arc
I don't recall a time skip happening in Flash
I was an extra during the Joker chase scene in Suicide Squad. I don't know much but here's a tidbit: there's an 'Arkham Asylum' reference where Joker grabs Batman's ass and goes "Lighten up, tight ass!" when he gets arrested. Idk if this was in the script or an ad-lib by Leto tho.
What went wrong?
The George Lucas Effect
The guys who were technically the creators pushed out the other creative voices that helped make the original great.
To be fair to Brye, Nick's wishy-washy dealings with the show certainly contributed to the second season being such a fucking disaster (minus the Wan episodes).
The first and fourth seasons have good ideas hindered by bad execution on Bryke's part.
Season 3 managed to be pretty great, at least.
The comics will probably be pretty shitty.
What is the explanation for why Stan Lee appears throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe as different characters?
Is he suppose to be the same character or is he portraying multiple different characters? If the latter, then why do all of these characters look like Stan Lee?
Has The Question been ruined by the fact that his trademark fedora and trenchcoat are now the trademarks of internet losers and douchebags?
I started watching Star vs. Evil and I really just don't get it.
The show just epitomises this randum stupidity, employs tired plot devices and bores me, to be frank. I don't see the appeal.
Why does /co/ enjoy it, honestly?
a rando that ticks off all the checkboxes of an idealized non-normie girl
i watched three episodes and decided this wasn't for me either. i could literally feel disney's focus testing.
Calling it now for Justice League next year
It just occurred to me that Finn is turning 18 next year. With Season 8 currently in production, do you think there will be changes to reflect that?
THEY'RE FINALLY GETTING DIVORCED!
Is anybody else proud that Rogue doesn't turn into a complete slut during the periods she gains control of her powers?
So this is for the Superman comic fans that have seen BMvSM, what did you think of it? I'm probably never going to see it because I just don't care for the movies like that but curious to know what you thought of it.
Is this a good comic series? Should I read it?