Oh there's more to him alright.. and not all of it good, according to whatshisface.. I forget the name.. they Fly Guy. LOL.Considering the Rockstar has been doing his gargoyle-thing, since World War II - considering he's survived that and tangled with a few fellow gods, along the way - he can't be that dense or that cocky. Furthermore, considering his age and experience in the world, and him being in pretty good shape, I don't believe (not for a second) Lennox thinks he needs his wonder-powered hermanita to save or protect him from anything. When you think about it, considering how slow-moving and talky this story arc has been, so far, we really haven't seen him in action much, but...
I think there's more to the Rockstar than meets the eye.
That's him.. Milan. Yes. Lennox may be that traitor coming up too.
Lennox doesn't seem worried about Orion, anymore than he did Cerberus, whom he probably could have killed, if he had to. Milan has already told us Lennox seriously messed up one of their fellow Zeusids.
I got the impression from issue 12, that if Artemis had been just a wee-bit rougher with Lennox, he would've died. He looked pretty beat up and said as much.The few scrapes he's been in, even the one with Artemis, he seems to have shaken off, quickly enough. Add it up, and he's got to be a hardcore badass just to still be standing, at this point, ..and I sure wish we could see more proof of that, than we have.
I hope you're right. He does seem like a nice addition. Unfortunately, he seems somewhat proprietary to this story. If he's the traitor mentioned in the solicits, and if his treachery is beyond reproach, he just MIGHT be out of the book permanently moving forward. Let's hope not.Just the same,it's what we don't or haven't seen of Lennox that puts him in the prime position, narratively speaking, to betray Wonder Woman in the worst way. This title has an ugly history of portraying men as sexually irrelevant buffoons (Steve, Nemesis), gay confidantes (Steve, Warkiller) or bloodthirsty killer-rapists (Ares, Hercules), ..and I dread that Lennox may not escape that trend.
It might've been nice growing up in a world, where my favorite superheroine had a super-brother, amidst her family of Amazons. Lennox's arrival in this comic has been something of a wish-fulfillment of mine. I hope I'm wrong about what might be in store for him, down the road, aways.
I really do.
Things appear to be speeding up, which isn't a bad thing! I don't even care if Azzarello leaves after this story or not. I just want him to get this over with already. We need answers to unfinished business!
On the plus side of things, it looks like Mr. Idleson and Mr. Azzarello are trying to cram a little more story into each issue. The one that introduced Milan - Issue 14 or 15, I think - really left me feeling ripped off...played. Cheated. Orion's showing up dulled my growing discontent here, considerably, ..but, it wasn't a silver bullet. Even Orion couldn't raise that issue above feeling like I'd just paid three bucks for a Sunday newspaper comic ..or the feeling that editors were purposely stretching this story arc out, longer than it had to be.
It looks like things are turning around. So, far...