HankMcCoy

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    September 29, 2010 10:55 pm @Sircox How is that a problem? Because there's stability, or because you don't like them?
    September 22, 2010 7:38 pm It's really too bad that Winick didn't stay on Batman longer. That last 5-issue run he did was the best thing he'd done since PEDRO & ME, and it was the reason I had enough faith him to start getting a 26-issue maxiseries like JL: Generation Lost. I'm glad I did, 'cause Winick really nailing it lately.
    September 18, 2010 11:32 pm

    The title of the comic refers to the fact that it was done by Morrison and Quitely. I guess now it can refer to Joan/ Saffron and the guy from Up.

    ( How much better is Up if you pretend it's about Perry White?)

    September 16, 2010 10:42 pm

    Matt Damon as Rob Liefeld

    Dan Fogler (?) as Jim Valentino

    Daniel Dae Kim as Jim Lee

    Robert Downey as Marc Silvestri

    Norm McDonald as Erik Larsen (Listen to him on that episode of Don't Miss.)

    And Will Ferrell as a lisping Ricky Bobby as Todd Mcfarlane, specifically for the scene where he enters the courtroom for his case against Gaiman (Alexis Denisof) holding up a boombox playing "Back In Black."

    May 6, 2010 7:30 pm I'm surprised this didn't come out 5 years ago, when DC's biggest book was Superman/ Batman. 2005 Marvel would have had Paul Jenkins and a rotating artist on the book. I'm glad 2010 Marvel didn't let Jeph Loeb do this...yet.
    April 28, 2010 8:03 pm

    What if they called it Batman: Batgirl: Year One? Too many colons?

    What's odd is that I had more "civilians" ask me about GL: First Flight than any of the others. I thiught that one would have done the best.

    Considering how good the voice cast for these have been, I wonder if we could get the Batgirl script as a radio drama. I'd pay money to hear the cast of Firefly read the script around a table. (Come on, with DC Animation's fondness for Whedon-y actors, you know Jewel Staite would probably be Babs.)

    April 18, 2010 9:49 pm

    The Young Avengers were teens with superpowers who teamed up while the Avengers were "disassembled." They have some ties to the adult Avengers (I just realized that "Adult Avengers could be a porno title in 2013.), but not the obvious ones. That's the short version. You should read the series, the meat of which is only two trades or one hardcover. It's good stuff.

    And on this being bi-monthly, Marvel wouldn't feel the need to clarify. It's understood that they mean every other month, and assumed that it will be quarterly.

    April 15, 2010 3:40 pm

    Okay, there's a few Elseworlds looking characters and a few people are commenting that it looks like this deals with the Multiverse. Does anyone remember that page from Meltzer's JLA #0 where it showed "the future" and the Trinity were standing around a monitor looking at what looked like an alternate JLA and saying that the Flash found it. There was some speculation at the time that the fact that they didn't say Bart or Wally was a sign that Barry was coming back soon. Could this be the story where Flash takes a trip through the Multiverse. It might even tie into Multiversity, since Morrison 16-issue run on Batman and Robin will be done by then.

    Oh well, we won't know for a while. This could start in next December's Flash #21 and still technically be in 2011.

    April 15, 2010 3:23 pm

    Is US Agent alive? What if Steve wore that costume (again)?

    April 4, 2010 8:10 pm

    I saw this and thought, "Oh, crap. Well, I was afraid Lil' Oliver was going to do that."

    Glad it's a joke. Wouldn't be the same without you, Flanagan.