dublindarling

dublindarling

Name: Kate

Bio: #hawkguy

Twitter: dublindarling27


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Here we are. The start of a new age. And there is only one thing I have to say. I…

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Okay. Flashpoint #5. The final issue of DC’s absolutely ginormous event mini-series. And boy, did they go out with a…

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dublindarling's Recent Comments
June 17, 2013 3:55 pm soooo even though superman and lois are in the public eye with MOS, we're going to announce a wonder woman/superman book? ... that's a GREAT idea!!!!! new readers are definitely going to love it, as well as all of those old readers who must be so sick of lois and clark!!!! wowzers!!!!! (seriously this makes me want to puke a little. it's funny because I would've eaten a book like this UP before the new 52, when clark and diana were just friends. now I'm disinterested and disheartened. a supey/wondy team-up I would love, but fanboy fantasies do not make for good comic books.)
August 22, 2012 9:18 am No. And that's all I really have to say on the subject.
April 10, 2012 2:38 pm Hi, teenager here! Just though I'd give my thoughts since you were wondering what us teens thought about the new Superman. Obviously, I don't count for every one of us, but this is what I think. I like the new Superman. He reminds me of me, actually. Cocky, arrogant, believes himself to be indestructible. Sounds familiar to me. In a sense, I go to a school filled with Supermen. But what I love(d) most about the idea of Superman being a bit of an ass is that we would be able to see him grow, see him become more humble and considerate. The problem is that we were left hanging with this. Clark moved too quickly from his t-shirt and jeans to a full blown suit. He had no time to grow, and I fear, just like I do when I look at my peers, that his personality will carry over. Superman can't believe that he's better than everyone else just like high school-ers can't go into college and the "real world" thinking they're indestructible, thinking they're the next big thing, thinking they're Superman. So yes, I like the cocky Superman. What I don't like is the path he's taking. As a teenager and someone who has yet to learn how to function outside of a stuffy classroom, I want to learn from his journey. I want to take it with him. That won't happen if he's shoved into the (sadly) metaphorical red panties too quickly.
October 5, 2011 8:32 am I really wish they would do one of these for writing. It would be an instant buy for me.
September 4, 2011 7:42 am I read a few, but the ones I did didn't really tie into the last issue. I really wanted to read more, but I just couldn't afford them. Thanks! :)
September 3, 2011 9:04 am Thank you! :)
September 2, 2011 10:46 am Just want to say that this once had multiple paragraphs. Oops? That's what I get for copy/pasting.
September 1, 2011 1:50 pm My brother is going to be so mad at me. Consider the xbox HOGGED.