Name: Aash Bhandari


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August 1, 2013 1:58 pm I was not a fan of the original Flashpoint story, but I actually found myself really enjoying this film. I actually liked the violence that was displayed; I found it to really present such a stark contrast to the way the world was, and it gave Barry more of a reason to fix the timeline. Watching this, however, I did see it as a film that either people really enjoyed, or really hated. I do think some events could have been given more time, but most of the DCAU films have suffered from this, as they try to keep the run time pretty standard. I'm not saying that is a reason to give something like that a pass, but I don't think the pacing on some of the films bothers me as much as it used to with the DCAU films. I did think, for the most part, that this film did a great job with the time it was given, and most of the moments really worked. The film made it as one of my favorite of the DCAU films. I hope other people enjoy it, and I'm sorry that there are people who didn't enjoy it. It happens. Hopefully the next one will whet your appetite (though personally I'm not too thrilled for it...)
July 24, 2013 7:15 pm Sorry that you spoke to yourself. I forgot to reply to you after I read this issue. It was really great, and after two issues, Azzarello and Risso are really satisfying my desire for 100 Bullets that has been missing since the series ended.
July 20, 2013 8:19 am Yep, I agree. How completely brilliant is that?
July 17, 2013 9:34 pm That high five between the Summer brothers better make it as a panel of the week. It was so utterly perfect.
June 13, 2013 7:22 pm This is one the greatest Superman stories I've ever read. It even beats All-Star Superman for me. Thank you, Connor, for recommending this utterly brilliant, wholeheartedly beautiful, piece of art. It's so terrifically written, illustrated, and colored. It's been a long time since a Superman story has affected me in such a way at this book has. I couldn't wait till I got home from work to continue reading this book. It's been a while since a story has done that for me.
June 1, 2013 10:27 am You sly dog, you
April 12, 2013 4:53 pm I think shows like Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League Unlimited, etc. really helped to serve as a dichotomy for what was, and even currently is, being published. We get grand, sweeping epics of stories most of the time, with stories sometimes being over a year long. Even as Conor said, I absolutely love the big even stories, but it's also nice to just get those one-and-done stories, that show a single mission or event, tied of nicely at the end. The half-hour time allowed for those stories to be told more frequently. Unfortunately, with the cancellation of Young Justice and Green Lantern, we must wait and see if its possible to get any more well told stories that usually can be contained within a half-hour frame.
March 25, 2013 1:02 pm It got taken down even quicker than the video from the Blu-Ray of the Hobbit that previewed the 2nd film. Now that is crazy.
March 16, 2013 8:57 pm I picked up Batman #18 and Batman and Robin #18, and found both, especially the latter, to be engaging, emotional, and some truly fantastic work in storytelling. I only got Batman Inc. #8 digitally, but I'm tempted to buy the physical copy just so I own it in my hand to effectively serve as the precursor to everything that was put out in the Bat-books this month.
February 27, 2013 11:46 am That's what I figured, just wanted to make sure, since I have the hardcover sitting right in front of me and I was thoroughly confused as to what was going on