Modern Comics & Relationships Between Heroes

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Beleriphon
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Re: Modern Comics & Relationships Between Heroes

Post by Beleriphon » Fri Jul 06, 2018 5:27 pm

On relationships.... since I'm sad, so very sad.... Batman, Catwoman.... you know how this goes.

I wish there hadn't been such a huge lead up, then I wouldn't feel so defeated. I read Batman #50 and I can't fault the reasoning because I know there's more to the story than we've immediately seen. But still, having read the entire run since Rebirth started until last night over the course of two days I perhaps became overly invested.

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Re: Modern Comics & Relationships Between Heroes

Post by Jabroniville » Fri Jul 06, 2018 8:42 pm

Hey Beleriphon! Welcome back! I think I remember seeing you a lot back in the day on ATT and Ronin Army. Unless that was a different person :).

These Quickie Relationships are getting rather old, and the whole "The Bat-Family must ALWAYS be miserable!" edict still being a thing is also pretty terrible. Never mind that it ruined Batwoman and made DC Editorial look like fools in public.

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Re: Modern Comics & Relationships Between Heroes

Post by Beleriphon » Sat Jul 07, 2018 6:22 pm

Jabroniville wrote:
Fri Jul 06, 2018 8:42 pm
Hey Beleriphon! Welcome back! I think I remember seeing you a lot back in the day on ATT and Ronin Army. Unless that was a different person :).
Totally the same person.
These Quickie Relationships are getting rather old, and the whole "The Bat-Family must ALWAYS be miserable!" edict still being a thing is also pretty terrible. Never mind that it ruined Batwoman and made DC Editorial look like fools in public.
I'm really hoping that the current story for Batman and Catwoman isn't over yet, I don't think it is by a long shot given the last page in Batman #50 is Bane gloating to his goons over "breaking the Bat" again.

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Re: Modern Comics & Relationships Between Heroes

Post by Chris Brady » Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:19 am

It's Tom King. He's got this weird fetish with Angelic women and Worthless men.

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