"People don't actually like Wonder Woman. They like the idea in their head of what a "wonder woman" ought to be, which usually bears little resemblance to the character in the comics." - JKCarrier
Thanks for keeping us updated, LAFanboy- I do enjoy your enthusiasm.
"... Act, that each tomorrow find us farther than today."
Are you sure that "by the grace of god" you survived? Maybe god was trying to GET you and missed??!!??
Twitter: Ryan Klaus @RealWonderman
In regards to the Superhero genre, what rumors has Latino Review made that were substantiated?
I'll believe it when I see it.
"Other than that" seems to be a common theme running rampant within my work.
It's like a disease. No matter what I do I canít seem to shake the ailment.
PressOblivion.com (Comics at the Brink) or not really.
Velvet: The Unusual Superheroine!
I'm excited but part of me not taking it too serious in case it'll just be shot down.
http://superman-wonderwoman.deviantart.com/ (featuring some of the best superman/wonder woman art )
I read that Christian Bale is passing on returning. Which hopefully means that The Dark Knight Trilogy stands on its own and will not at all affect The Justice League or future Batman movies. Even with Nolan producing, those movies don't have to have any bearings on continuity
Agreed. I loved the Dark Knight films, but I want them to stand on their own. It would be cool to see Bale next to Cavil and whoever else, sure. But the Batman role is an intense one, Bale has done it for many years now, and those movies have carried some trauma with them; Ledger's death and the theater shooting. I hope Bale is done and doesnt return. Let those movies stand on their own, and build a new Batman that can better fit into a shared movieverse, if we have to have one.
The Nolan rumor isnt surprising. Hell, havent we heard this rumor before? That Nolan was going to oversee the whole DC movie line? I swear this is just a recycled rumor.....
Anyway, if it turns out to be true, Im largely okay with it, but will reserve a final opinion until after Man of Steel. Assuming it pans out, Nolan's involvement will likely be on a similar level to what he is doing with MoS; in that he is the one picking directors and green lighting scripts and casting, but has little to nothing to do with the details and day-in-day-out work, leaving the chosen director to make their own movie.
If Nolan proves that he can put the right people behind the right projects with MoS (and he does surround himself with good people so Im hopeful) then I'd be fine with him "godfathering" the entire line. Why not? He made three really, really good movies and stealing his method and style is working wonders for Arrow. It seems like the Nolan method is the formula that works for DC. Or rather, if it works for MoS, it will be. If that film does well, then that formula will work for anyone and we'll see DC adopt it across the line. So why not have Nolan involved? He wont be directing every film, hell, he likely wont direct any of them. But he can make sure that the people who do make the movies dont screw them up.