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My only son. Originally Posted by fluxy I do have this burning question: Should I try to collect 5YL run in floppies?
The letter pages of 5YL were so amusing. And the original coloring, for sure. OR is the upcoming omnibus way to go? Originally Posted by The no face guy.
For me the real rub is the way that Timber Wolf looks, of all the Legionairres with perhaps the exception of Karate Kid , he's supposed to look in shape, fit, and tough Bendi's version Five Years Later hands down.
Very interesting take on the Legion that I really enjoyed. Black Panther Appreciation ! Iron Man Appreciation ! I wish there was more variety in all books when it comes to body types.
I googled the character and I have seen Timber Wolf before. This is exactly what I remember the character looking like.
Looks like Wolverine a bit. I think the Sook version is a definite improvement. Really top notch book with killer craft.
All the Giffen and Levitz stuff is great. That's the ground work that future LoSH books should build from.
Just pushed further out, further into the future and with bolder steps. Last edited by Flash Gordon; at PM.
My favorite Legionnaire has always been Timber Wolf. Especially drawn by Dave Cockrum. Originally Posted by caj. I don't get most of these new looks, but I definitely agree that Timber Wolf is probably the worst of the worst.
I always think of TW as being agile as well. This lug looks like he would be a bull in a china shop.
Originally Posted by Stick Figure. My Legion of Superheroes fan comic: Death of a Legionnaire. That's why Wolverine is my favorite superhero.
Plus, he's a badass with an insane healing factor and claws :. Spider Man. But Peter is someone I've always related to.
He's the kind of guy that would save your wife from a burning building and then have a hot dog with you afterwards. And while you're sitting on the sidewalk shooting the breeze, you discover that aside from the wall crawling, superhuman physical attributes, and bright costume, he's not much different from from people you may see everyday.
He could easily be that clerk at the coffee shop that gives you a smile and a free cup of joe every morning because he knows you've been running behind on the bills lately, or he could be the next door neighbor that drives your kids to school on his way to work because he knows you go to work on the opposite side of town and your jackass of a boss won't let you come in a minute late without docking your pay.
Peter is an everyman just trying to use the gifts he's given to do what's right for the people in his city and make sure everyone can catch a break at least one time in their lives.
And that to me means more than being a god among men or an intergalactic protector. I admire him. His dedication, his will, his morality.
He mastered human perfection just to serve justice, to serve as a symbol of hope for the people of Gotham.
He continuously tests his limits and strives to become better. He reminds me that, no matter how tough times get, you can overcome it.
I remember his training in the n52 where his master tells him to breath in the hatred, fear, rage and all the worlds suffering. Then his master tells him to rid himself of the light within, the love, compassion, joy and give it to the world.
The first thing I think Batman represents is never giving up. When Bruce lost his parents right in front of him as an 8 year old, he was laced with all kinds of things like grief, anger, frustration, etc.
If Bruce wanted to, he could have easily let this pain become something evil, and despicable He could have ended up like Doctor Doom in my opinion , but instead, he looked past himself and decided to use his pain and anguish to be something bigger than himself and a protector.
I think Bruce also represents never giving up with his dedication to his city. Being Batman isn't a job to Bruce, it is his life. It's why he gets up in the morning, etc.
He will never stop trying to fix Gotham unless he's physically unable to or dead. The second thing I think Batman represents is hope. I know this may be a weird thing since Bruce usually talks about Batman as being a symbol used to strike fear in criminals hearts, but I think he represents hope in an esoteric way.
He wants to show the people of his beloved Gotham City that they can stands up and take control of their city, and not let their lives be run by cowardly people.
He ultimately just wants to protect, and make sure no child will ever have to feel the way he did that faithful day he watched his parents die.
You read what I wrote and just extended it! I won! Also he isn't perfect and he makes mistakes cheating for example he is stubborn and has clear characteristics, which make him very interesting.
Hulk: He's so relatable, I think we all have repressed emotions that we wish we could just let out by turning into a green monster and destroying stuff.
Batman: Someone who has overcome personal tragedy by becoming something greater than himself through sheer willpower and intelligence, and has devoted his entire adult life from preventing such tragedies from happening to others.
He's immeasurably strong, he's practically indestructible, he's truly immortal so he'll never get old and die and he knows how to have enjoy life.
He shows a character that people can relate to and that is- Change. From school bully to Iraq war veteran to a Venom he's always been good at heart and his story is amazing.
Reason: Batman: The Animated Series it was my 1st exposure to him and still is the best version of the character. I know people who don't like Batman and still like his portrayal on that show.
Captain America and Batman are my favorite superheroes. Both represent the morals and values I personally hold, they are symbols of hope and justice and show that one person can truly make a difference.
Among many reasons, I like Dick Grayson because I like sidekicks who grow out of the role. Like Bucky or Arsenal as well.
I also think he's worthy of the Batman mantle as much as, if not more so than Terry. The acrobatic skills make his fighting style visually appealing, he's a womanizer,he has the best suit of all the superheroes, dem escrima sticks, etc.
He emerged from a similar tragedy as Bruce but luckily was raised so well by Bruce that he came to accept it, move on, and retain his humanity. This is probably my favorite aspect about him, that he has that resiliance,and in that way I think he is Bruce Wayne's greatest success despite their seperation.
Barry I like because, much like Grayson, sees the bright side, he is a more serious Flash, was a fairly ordinary dude before his accident, Pre-N52 was fighting crime despite having no family killed in order to cause it, his power is the best power in comics, he's creative with his abilities, he has one of the best villains, etc etc I could go on and on.
Kyle Rayner - he is a very sensative and relatable character, he never gives up no matter what hardship he is going through.
Jason todd - was not the biggest fan but new 52 jason todd is awesome, he is written very well. Wonder Woman.
This may sound overused but I loved her even as a young kid as she basically showed me that girls are just as strong, fast, good looking and witty as males.
She's strong, but generally accepted to be not as strong as Supes, she's the only female in the trinity and is skilled and smart, but arguably not as skilled or as smart as Batman.
Static: the first time I really got into superheroes was while watching Static Shock as a kid, and on a more personal level and with a bit of hindsight, it was cool seeing a young, black Superhero who was like me in some ways, but different enough I was always interested in.
Combine that with a pretty cool Rogues gallery, interesting partner, and an awesome supporting cast, His dad, Rubber Band Man, Anansi, etc.