Name: TJ Hazmullah


angelmav's Recent Comments
March 23, 2013 9:15 pm Cant wait for this book to arrive!
March 23, 2013 9:12 pm Please tell me the secret of his power is batteries!
March 18, 2013 9:36 am Your entire premise is wrong. They are not selling a paper comic at that price point. The entire manufacture of a digital comic has costs that are differeny than a paper comic. Guess what, Digital formats for everything else are less than pre-1990's pricing. Look what CD's were going for then versus getting the same thing on Itunes for a buck a song. Look at how much VHS movies cost when they first came out, DVD, Blue Ray, heck the prices of the computer your reading this on are far less than they were in 1990.
June 19, 2012 7:28 am Batman has been hot and cold for me. I really didn't like what they did to Freeze, but I respect the hell out of Snyder for being so active in taking the jabs as well as the pats on the back. It is because he reaches out to the fans that I continue to cut Batman some slack, even when it is going in a direction that I don't particularly agree with. Hard not to like a guy like that.
June 8, 2012 4:14 am USPUNX, almost every example you give (if not every example) is Marvel based. I am fairly certain that DC has even played with Batmans origin of late to where it wasn't the random nobody Joe Cool that killed his parents to a more important villain. Considering the article is really more to do about the most recent GL revelation, it is DC that I have th most issue with in the way they think they are representing society at large. Marvel does a much better job in this regard and handled Northstar in a much mroe natural way (though Rawhide Kid was terrible, another case of changing established character traits). Speaking og GL, how many calories does he burn with that ring? Where are the battle wounds? Heros should be missing limbs left and right, have chronic pain, PTSD, hearing loss, massive scarring etc. My complaint in this regard is really geared more towards DC, as you have noted, Marvel is known for the angst and grittiness to their story lines.
June 7, 2012 9:08 am Wow, you use Mister Terrific as your example? That might have been the WORST book of the Nu52. You know what else, since you want super realism and diversity in your comics, where are the fat people? Where are the sick people? Where are the characters who tragically die for no real reason but the families are just left to cope without a Super Villian behind it (Another idiotic change to Mr Terrigic btw), and while we are at it, where are the married couples?
June 4, 2012 10:47 am Wow, not even the villians get to be married in the DCNU.