I have to admit, animated Diana's new costume is growing on me.
"...If I wanted smooth, I'd be with Hal Jordan."
....Yeah....I was uh....mistaken on the pants.
Don't ask, I don't know what I was thinking.
I love this scene.
Last edited by TommyJones1945; 01-31-2014 at 05:32 PM.
What does CIN mean?
Why do you ask me, you say, I don't know. You should tell me what it means?
Last edited by hellacre; 01-31-2014 at 07:08 PM.
Hmm. Well since its here might as well talk about it. I found that scene hilarious considering the existence of the circus at ARGUS (of which an anti kryptonian cell...tube...thing was probably the first one they made) and the fact that Zod escaped in the most ludicrous way possible. Scene just seemed weird to me since they never seemed to care about ARGUS stealing away with guys they beat up before but now this guy is THEIR prisoner...but its totally not personal. Though i do understand where both were coming from. Steve was worried about nigh-invulnerable Kryptonians raining death from above (which is probably going to happen) and Superman was worried about the Government doing bad things to this prisoner cause he's a kryptonian (which probably would happen. Waller runs the show).
So we had Superman being protective of his fellow kryptonian. Steve doing his job. And Diana backing up Supes. Everyone had good reasons but 2/3 of the group could fly using their own power so they won. The End.
Also I too am looking forward to number 5. It is going to be a fight to remember. :D
Oh actually looking at it yet again she probably meant personal as not personally against Steve. Which is confusing. Its not like he cares he just doesn't want to be killed by a godlike alien. Or get blamed with said alien slaughters people and/or forces them to kneel before him.
Last edited by Shas'O_R'hon; 01-31-2014 at 07:30 PM.
The irony is that Diana is mistaken. It is personal because she is backing Clark, at least in part, because of their current relationship.
Irene Adler: “I would have you right here on this desk until you begged for mercy twice.”
Sherlock: “I’ve never begged for mercy in my life.”
She just didn't want it to seem like she was agreeing with Superman to spite Steve, as she probably can sense that he senses there's something going on between them.
Even if they weren't together, I think she'd be more likely to trust in Superman than trust ARGUS, because he's been a teammate for five years and ARGUS is a clandestine operation that she knows little about (pretty sure that even though Steve is the leader, albeit the ARGUS mini is leading to question just how in charge he ever really was, he'd still be confined to confidentiality clauses, and he wouldn't have just spilled details willy nilly to Diana while they were dating).
He's majorly messed up over it. He was portrayed as doing decently before losing his job as liason, but once that ended and that tie to Diana was cut, he's gone way downhill emotionally. To his credit his still doing his job, and doing it well, by burying his emotions, but what's underneath is a whole mess of angst that will have to come to the surface eventually.