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  1. I really miss the old cast regulars - Phillipus,...

    I really miss the old cast regulars - Phillipus, Artemis, Donna and Cassie. And while Azzarello is doing pretty well keeping his new cast members engaging, I do fear yet another set of abrupt...
  2. Yes to Dodson, no no no to Land, ugh.

    Yes to Dodson, no no no to Land, ugh.
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    But didn't the conceptual problem exist right at...

    But didn't the conceptual problem exist right at the beginning, since the Olympians still existed in WW's corner of the DCU while the New Gods existed in theirs? I ask as someone with very little...
  4. I agree about Johns' writing completely (that's...

    I agree about Johns' writing completely (that's true for all characters in JL, I'd say), but dude, Gaius Baltar? :tongue:
  5. My thoughts exactly.

    My thoughts exactly.
  6. Frankly, given DC editorial, it's probably for...

    Frankly, given DC editorial, it's probably for the best.

    This is not to say we can't yearn for good editing, of course!
  7. I found Batman #12 a letdown after the work...

    I found Batman #12 a letdown after the work Snyder did in #5, in fact.
  8. I just read Hawkeye #3 today and I will agree -...

    I just read Hawkeye #3 today and I will agree - that is one SOLID single issue.
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    Oh, very very interesting, that! We know from #0...

    Oh, very very interesting, that! We know from #0 that she has been keeping an eye on things from afar - has she also been orchestrating things? It could very well be the case.
  10. IO9: The Absolute Best Comics and Graphic Novels of 2012

    The full article is here. Batman's the other DC title mentioned.
  11. I don't know about the genesis of the project,...

    I don't know about the genesis of the project, but I suspect it has to do with the infatuation that a lot of us have with Mr. Jeremy Renner and his fine, manly arms. :biggrin:



    I don't think I...
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    Diana's knowing half-smile in that last panel,...

    Diana's knowing half-smile in that last panel, oh! I swear she's got a twinkle in her eyes.
  13. The Hawkeye Initiative is a fan thing, in which...

    The Hawkeye Initiative is a fan thing, in which fan artists draw Hawkeye in the various ridiculous poses that female characters are normally drawn in:

    106006

    You can see the rest of it...
  14. Okay, yes, I get your point here. I would like to...

    Okay, yes, I get your point here. I would like to point out, however, that this sort of representation isn't really made with the female audience/readership in mind the way Nicola Scott's drawing of...
  15. I'm glad you spoke up! My own discomfort with the...

    I'm glad you spoke up! My own discomfort with the origin change comes from the fact that the clay story was so lovely and unique - based in mythology, championing a mother's desire for a child....
  16. I wouldn't call Conan or Tarzan's images...

    I wouldn't call Conan or Tarzan's images 'objectifying', because I largely associate the word with representation as objects of lust. But your point stands -- men are represented as powerful; women...
  17. This discussion NEVER ends well on these boards,...

    This discussion NEVER ends well on these boards, and I have been told too many times that my opinions are wrong and ill-informed to even consider going into this debate again, but I will say this:...
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    I thought it was Poseidon, since we're dealing...

    I thought it was Poseidon, since we're dealing with ice monsters here. He's the god of the seas and causes earthquakes as well.

    As to the sister, no clue -- Azz has been introducing new characters...
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    He has a thing for Odd Couples doesn't he? Diana...

    He has a thing for Odd Couples doesn't he? Diana and Strife, Zola and Hera...
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    What can I say, I'm greedy! The way Azzarello...

    What can I say, I'm greedy! The way Azzarello writes Diana herself (the way Chiang draws her) is the best thing about this title, and I want more. I don't think her rushing to take control of the...
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    Sort of. It's really cool. As Diana herself says,...

    Sort of. It's really cool. As Diana herself says, 'Woah.'

    slvn -

    I do think it's hinting at the eventual reconciliation. I don't have words for how much I want it.
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    Not enough Diana. Seriously. I thoroughly...

    Not enough Diana.

    Seriously. I thoroughly enjoyed this issue - Orion's arrival, Milan, the hilariously odd couple that is Zola and Hera (Hera is growing on me; much like Strife, I think), the...
  23. I have seen it too, as a student and as a...

    I have seen it too, as a student and as a teacher, and I suspect a lot of it has to do with the burden of cultural conditioning that expects women to listen and not speak (in a variety of small,...
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    That's pretty exciting, actually. That Diana...

    That's pretty exciting, actually. That Diana herself might have to deal with the repercussions of having such power makes for a very interesting storyline.
  25. A question of comfort, perhaps? There have been...

    A question of comfort, perhaps? There have been ugly 'comics and female readers' threads in the past; perhaps some of us are just tired of it all.
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