|—||Supergods by Grant Morrison|
I’m confused as fuck. I don’t get it— why do I not care?
I haven’t said anything about this to any friends of mine, but lately, I just don’t care when a character dies. Peter Parker died a tragic death (which wasn’t really a death but let me go on) and my reaction was “Cool. Can’t wait for Superior.”
Then I look all over the internet and people are angry and sad, and I just think to myself… “You’re sad over that?”
Like why? Is it because I think Peter’s gotten stale (I’m not saying he has, I’m wondering if I really think that)? Is it because I was excited for new blood?
Then when Damian dies, the entire internet cracks in half. And with this death, I should show some emotion. This isn’t a “not-death” like most hero deaths, this has been planned since the character’s creation. And yet I’m just like… “Great issue. Wonderfully written. I’m sure Batman and co. will be real sad.”
Did the suspension of disbelief that we all know when it comes to death finally kill my ability to care about death at all?
Someone tell me what’s going on here.
I love Superior Spider-man. I love Batman Inc. I have the utmost faith in what Slott and Morrison are doing because time and again I’ve loved their work.
Is that why?
I’d like an answer.
I CANT bREATH
Green Arrow is really entering some wild territory to get readers to the book!
why do they gotta kill off the cool symbiote characters?
They didn’t kill him off.
Writers confirmed he’ll be back.
Venom vs. Toxin in 2012. Different people behind the symbiotes this time around.
How many times is Gordon going to be a victim?
Gordon has been kidnapped by The Scarecrow because The Scarecrow has some kind of deadly plan for him and The Batman. See, The Scarecrow is sick and tired of Batman and Gordon ruining his crimes. You can’t be a criminal mastermind in Gotham City…
The Maximum Carnage story — Easily one of the best Marvel comics stories of the early 90’s.
I’m sorry but no. It’s really got some heavy flaws.
Heavy, heavy flaws.
It’s “cool”, but not … “Good.”