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2022-05-16 3:52:07 PM  
June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*
 
2022-05-16 4:44:50 PM  
So excited to see Jensen Ackles kick ass again. Have had a man-crush on that dude for years.
 
2022-05-16 5:33:50 PM  

gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*


Whatever you do, don't freeze yourself. Sentient Otters can be mean.
 
2022-05-16 5:43:28 PM  

ZMugg: gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*

Whatever you do, don't freeze yourself. Sentient Otters can be mean.


I'll just leave this here.

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/so excited
 
2022-05-16 5:48:18 PM  

FigPucker: ZMugg: gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*

Whatever you do, don't freeze yourself. Sentient Otters can be mean.

I'll just leave this here.

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/so excited


Moriarty did a great job as Starlight, and she's super-cute... which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.
 
2022-05-16 5:49:19 PM  
Homelander is the creepiest TV character since Ramsey Bolton IMO.
 
2022-05-16 6:04:28 PM  
Still keeping my fingers crossed the Herogasm is an hour long troll job with nothing but dongs hanging out while the T&A is strategically covered.
 
2022-05-16 6:04:46 PM  

ZMugg: gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*

Whatever you do, don't freeze yourself. Sentient Otters can be mean.


Otter, please.
 
2022-05-16 6:05:28 PM  

gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*


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I'm going to miss Stormfront. She was a remarkably awful person.
 
2022-05-16 6:09:07 PM  

NOLAhd: gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*

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I'm going to miss Stormfront. She was a remarkably awful person.


She didn't die on screen.  That's one of the oldest fake outs in tv and movies.  It's also the worst(looking at you, Squid Game).
 
2022-05-16 6:16:13 PM  
If you could give one man that kind of power what would he do with it?
 
2022-05-16 6:21:48 PM  

Valter: If you could give one man that kind of power what would he do with it?


Become evil
 
2022-05-16 6:33:13 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: Valter: If you could give one man that kind of power what would he do with it?

Become evil


Uh, no.
 
2022-05-16 6:44:37 PM  

Unsung_Hero: .. which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.


The show is WAY better than I expected it to be. It far and away surpasses the comic in almost every way while still retaining its twisted sensibility and ideas. The show manages to temper the worst aspects of Millar's writing while emphasizing the parts that make The Boys stand out.

Really looking forward to this. This show and Peacemaker (and to some extent Invincible) have been a great break from the more traditional stuff Marvel is doing (which I also love).
 
2022-05-16 7:18:04 PM  

Valter: Contrabulous Flabtraption: Valter: If you could give one man that kind of power what would he do with it?

Become evil

Uh, no.


I mean the closest we have to "a lot of power" is through financial means and well, that doesn't typically result in the most heroic of outcomes. It usually results in a few donation plans for after you die and pedo islands.
 
2022-05-16 7:50:31 PM  

shoegaze99: Unsung_Hero: .. which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.

The show is WAY better than I expected it to be. It far and away surpasses the comic in almost every way while still retaining its twisted sensibility and ideas. The show manages to temper the worst aspects of Millar's writing while emphasizing the parts that make The Boys stand out.

Really looking forward to this. This show and Peacemaker (and to some extent Invincible) have been a great break from the more traditional stuff Marvel is doing (which I also love).


Garth Ennis, not Mark Millar.
 
2022-05-16 7:56:01 PM  

shoegaze99: Unsung_Hero: .. which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.

The show is WAY better than I expected it to be. It far and away surpasses the comic in almost every way while still retaining its twisted sensibility and ideas. The show manages to temper the worst aspects of Millar's writing while emphasizing the parts that make The Boys stand out.

Really looking forward to this. This show and Peacemaker (and to some extent Invincible) have been a great break from the more traditional stuff Marvel is doing (which I also love).


It is really had to stay faithful to the original story when you put it in a different medium.  They did a great job in this case with The Boys.  Now I want to see what they could do with Transmetropolitan.  Mind you, we are already living in a f*cked-up future....
 
2022-05-16 8:06:37 PM  

djjonze: shoegaze99: Unsung_Hero: .. which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.

The show is WAY better than I expected it to be. It far and away surpasses the comic in almost every way while still retaining its twisted sensibility and ideas. The show manages to temper the worst aspects of Millar's writing while emphasizing the parts that make The Boys stand out.

Really looking forward to this. This show and Peacemaker (and to some extent Invincible) have been a great break from the more traditional stuff Marvel is doing (which I also love).

Garth Ennis, not Mark Millar.


Ah shiat. you're right. Brain fart on my part. Comment is otherwise unchanged, but yes, Ennis, not Millar. Thanks for pointing that out.
 
2022-05-16 8:14:30 PM  
Is Starlight's superpower getting her ass handed to her?
 
2022-05-16 8:40:10 PM  

Bslim: Is Starlight's superpower getting her ass handed to her?


Well really it's only Homelander who has handed her ass to her.  And he's the Superman of that universe.
 
2022-05-16 8:45:52 PM  

scottydoesntknow: So excited to see Jensen Ackles kick ass again. Have had a man-crush on that dude for years.


You can just call it a crush, you know. 😉
 
2022-05-16 8:46:23 PM  

NOLAhd: gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*

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I'm going to miss Stormfront. She was a remarkably awful person.


Aya Cash is really great at playing really awful people.
 
2022-05-16 8:49:54 PM  
Dear God, if you're up there, please just send Karl Urban to absolutely rail me while yelling the C word at me over and over.
 
2022-05-16 8:51:08 PM  

Flappyhead: NOLAhd: gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*

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I'm going to miss Stormfront. She was a remarkably awful person.

She didn't die on screen.  That's one of the oldest fake outs in tv and movies.  It's also the worst(looking at you, Squid Game).


Oh yeah, as soon as I saw that particular character didn't die graphically onscreen, I figured there would be a twist with them.
 
2022-05-16 8:57:54 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Flappyhead: NOLAhd: gopher321: June 3rd too faaaarrr, I want it now!  *pouts*

[64.media.tumblr.com image 480x270]

I'm going to miss Stormfront. She was a remarkably awful person.

She didn't die on screen.  That's one of the oldest fake outs in tv and movies.  It's also the worst(looking at you, Squid Game).

Oh yeah, as soon as I saw that particular character didn't die graphically onscreen, I figured there would be a twist with them.


My best guess is Wolfenstein 3D boss.
 
2022-05-16 8:58:48 PM  
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"VOIT!"
 
2022-05-16 9:34:19 PM  

shoegaze99: djjonze: shoegaze99: Unsung_Hero: .. which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.

The show is WAY better than I expected it to be. It far and away surpasses the comic in almost every way while still retaining its twisted sensibility and ideas. The show manages to temper the worst aspects of Millar's writing while emphasizing the parts that make The Boys stand out.

Really looking forward to this. This show and Peacemaker (and to some extent Invincible) have been a great break from the more traditional stuff Marvel is doing (which I also love).

Garth Ennis, not Mark Millar.

Ah shiat. you're right. Brain fart on my part. Comment is otherwise unchanged, but yes, Ennis, not Millar. Thanks for pointing that out.


Millar should have quit after Old Man Logan.  It's easily the high point of his writing.
 
2022-05-16 9:37:08 PM  

shoegaze99: djjonze: shoegaze99: Unsung_Hero: .. which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.

The show is WAY better than I expected it to be. It far and away surpasses the comic in almost every way while still retaining its twisted sensibility and ideas. The show manages to temper the worst aspects of Millar's writing while emphasizing the parts that make The Boys stand out.

Really looking forward to this. This show and Peacemaker (and to some extent Invincible) have been a great break from the more traditional stuff Marvel is doing (which I also love).

Garth Ennis, not Mark Millar.

Ah shiat. you're right. Brain fart on my part. Comment is otherwise unchanged, but yes, Ennis, not Millar. Thanks for pointing that out.


Huh. I luv The Boys. And have been curious about the source material. Same with Kick Ass.

But you're saying not so much? I've read the bulk of Deadpool and Suicide Squad/Harley Quinn. Made the movies better. Peacemaker is amazing but doesn't really feature into SS comics except for his entry in the Case Files.

Same with Doom Patrol. First 2 seasons much better for having read Grant Morrison's full run. Looking forward to Dead Boys Detective Agency. Though have only read the stuff that was in Sandman
 
2022-05-16 10:15:27 PM  

Flappyhead: shoegaze99: djjonze: shoegaze99: Unsung_Hero: .. which makes it even more amazing that the writing is the best thing about the show.

The show is WAY better than I expected it to be. It far and away surpasses the comic in almost every way while still retaining its twisted sensibility and ideas. The show manages to temper the worst aspects of Millar's writing while emphasizing the parts that make The Boys stand out.

Really looking forward to this. This show and Peacemaker (and to some extent Invincible) have been a great break from the more traditional stuff Marvel is doing (which I also love).

Garth Ennis, not Mark Millar.

Ah shiat. you're right. Brain fart on my part. Comment is otherwise unchanged, but yes, Ennis, not Millar. Thanks for pointing that out.

Millar should have quit after Old Man Logan.  It's easily the high point of his writing.


I really feel that Millar is trying to emulate Grant Morrison and it's just not working for him. Don't get me wrong, he's a solid comic writer and has had some great output... he just seems sometimes to try and push it too much into the awesome weirdness that Morrison finds so easily.
 
2022-05-16 10:18:56 PM  

Serious Post on Serious Thread: Huh. I luv The Boys. And have been curious about the source material. Same with Kick Ass.

But you're saying not so much? I've read the bulk of Deadpool and Suicide Squad/Harley Quinn. Made the movies better. Peacemaker is amazing but doesn't really feature into SS comics except for his entry in the Case Files.


The Boys is a fine read and if you enjoy the show, you'll probably enjoy the source material. The show and comic are different enough so that it will all feel familiar, but there will be lots of new things and surprises to keep you interested. And it can be quite funny and outrageous.

The thing about Ennis' writing -- and often Millar's, too -- is that he kind of fell in love with the most mean-spirited and juvenile part of what he does, too often going for the teenage edgelord angle instead of the over-the-top yet creatively offensive schtick that made him.

For my money his run on Hellblazer is his peak (and are some of the finest comics Vertigo ever put out). His runs on Preacher and Punisher were often great at pushing all the right offensive buttons, but every now and then they veered into tryhard territory. By the end of Preacher I got the sense that he'd run out of things to say, and Punisher, sometimes I felt like he was dialing it up only because he could.

That said, both are still great runs worth reading.

With The Boys, he kind of tossed out all pretense of having something to say beyond edginess. The show's commentary on the superhero genre, corporate influence and abuse, etc. is far more pronounced than in the comic. The comic is too often, "Let's see how outrageous I can be" and little more. The show feels like it has some heart, and while it's deeply cynical, it's also got some goodness and optimism in there to keep the balance. In between the blood and shock, it's got something to say.

I got very little of that from the comic.

Your mileage may vary, though. Don't let me discourage you from checking them out. I'm pretty certain the first arc is free on a lot of digital services, too.

PS - If you want to read Kick-Ass, do it! I enjoyed that one quite a bit, though it the John Romita Jr. art certainly helped.
 
2022-05-16 10:22:38 PM  
It's better than I expected. Definitely a "page turner"
 
2022-05-16 10:41:53 PM  

shoegaze99: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Huh. I luv The Boys. And have been curious about the source material. Same with Kick Ass.

But you're saying not so much? I've read the bulk of Deadpool and Suicide Squad/Harley Quinn. Made the movies better. Peacemaker is amazing but doesn't really feature into SS comics except for his entry in the Case Files.

The Boys is a fine read and if you enjoy the show, you'll probably enjoy the source material. The show and comic are different enough so that it will all feel familiar, but there will be lots of new things and surprises to keep you interested. And it can be quite funny and outrageous.

The thing about Ennis' writing -- and often Millar's, too -- is that he kind of fell in love with the most mean-spirited and juvenile part of what he does, too often going for the teenage edgelord angle instead of the over-the-top yet creatively offensive schtick that made him.

For my money his run on Hellblazer is his peak (and are some of the finest comics Vertigo ever put out). His runs on Preacher and Punisher were often great at pushing all the right offensive buttons, but every now and then they veered into tryhard territory. By the end of Preacher I got the sense that he'd run out of things to say, and Punisher, sometimes I felt like he was dialing it up only because he could.

That said, both are still great runs worth reading.

With The Boys, he kind of tossed out all pretense of having something to say beyond edginess. The show's commentary on the superhero genre, corporate influence and abuse, etc. is far more pronounced than in the comic. The comic is too often, "Let's see how outrageous I can be" and little more. The show feels like it has some heart, and while it's deeply cynical, it's also got some goodness and optimism in there to keep the balance. In between the blood and shock, it's got something to say.

I got very little of that from the comic.

Your mileage may vary, though. Don't let me discourage you from checking them out. I'm pretty certain the first arc is free on a lot of digital services, too.

PS - If you want to read Kick-Ass, do it! I enjoyed that one quite a bit, though it the John Romita Jr. art certainly helped.


Seriously, Ennis' run on Hellblazer is the stuff of legend. It's what took me out of comics just being fun superhero romps into understanding they could be considered true literature. Yeah, I've read Watchmen and Dark Knight, and know that many comics before this have really made an impact,, but that run was truly epic. He took a middling b-level character and gave him more heart and pathos than even Moore did when creating him.
 
2022-05-16 10:55:40 PM  

djjonze: shoegaze99: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Huh. I luv The Boys. And have been curious about the source material. Same with Kick Ass.

But you're saying not so much? I've read the bulk of Deadpool and Suicide Squad/Harley Quinn. Made the movies better. Peacemaker is amazing but doesn't really feature into SS comics except for his entry in the Case Files.

The Boys is a fine read and if you enjoy the show, you'll probably enjoy the source material. The show and comic are different enough so that it will all feel familiar, but there will be lots of new things and surprises to keep you interested. And it can be quite funny and outrageous.

The thing about Ennis' writing -- and often Millar's, too -- is that he kind of fell in love with the most mean-spirited and juvenile part of what he does, too often going for the teenage edgelord angle instead of the over-the-top yet creatively offensive schtick that made him.

For my money his run on Hellblazer is his peak (and are some of the finest comics Vertigo ever put out). His runs on Preacher and Punisher were often great at pushing all the right offensive buttons, but every now and then they veered into tryhard territory. By the end of Preacher I got the sense that he'd run out of things to say, and Punisher, sometimes I felt like he was dialing it up only because he could.

That said, both are still great runs worth reading.

With The Boys, he kind of tossed out all pretense of having something to say beyond edginess. The show's commentary on the superhero genre, corporate influence and abuse, etc. is far more pronounced than in the comic. The comic is too often, "Let's see how outrageous I can be" and little more. The show feels like it has some heart, and while it's deeply cynical, it's also got some goodness and optimism in there to keep the balance. In between the blood and shock, it's got something to say.

I got very little of that from the comic.

Your mileage may vary, though. Don't let me discourage you from checking them out. I'm pretty certain the first arc is free on a lot of digital services, too.

PS - If you want to read Kick-Ass, do it! I enjoyed that one quite a bit, though it the John Romita Jr. art certainly helped.

Seriously, Ennis' run on Hellblazer is the stuff of legend. It's what took me out of comics just being fun superhero romps into understanding they could be considered true literature. Yeah, I've read Watchmen and Dark Knight, and know that many comics before this have really made an impact,, but that run was truly epic. He took a middling b-level character and gave him more heart and pathos than even Moore did when creating him.


Steve Dillion's artwork definitely was an amazing bonus.
 
2022-05-16 11:24:49 PM  

shoegaze99: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Huh. I luv The Boys. And have been curious about the source material. Same with Kick Ass.

But you're saying not so much? I've read the bulk of Deadpool and Suicide Squad/Harley Quinn. Made the movies better. Peacemaker is amazing but doesn't really feature into SS comics except for his entry in the Case Files.

The Boys is a fine read and if you enjoy the show, you'll probably enjoy the source material. The show and comic are different enough so that it will all feel familiar, but there will be lots of new things and surprises to keep you interested. And it can be quite funny and outrageous.

The thing about Ennis' writing -- and often Millar's, too -- is that he kind of fell in love with the most mean-spirited and juvenile part of what he does, too often going for the teenage edgelord angle instead of the over-the-top yet creatively offensive schtick that made him.

For my money his run on Hellblazer is his peak (and are some of the finest comics Vertigo ever put out). His runs on Preacher and Punisher were often great at pushing all the right offensive buttons, but every now and then they veered into tryhard territory. By the end of Preacher I got the sense that he'd run out of things to say, and Punisher, sometimes I felt like he was dialing it up only because he could.

That said, both are still great runs worth reading.

With The Boys, he kind of tossed out all pretense of having something to say beyond edginess. The show's commentary on the superhero genre, corporate influence and abuse, etc. is far more pronounced than in the comic. The comic is too often, "Let's see how outrageous I can be" and little more. The show feels like it has some heart, and while it's deeply cynical, it's also got some goodness and optimism in there to keep the balance. In between the blood and shock, it's got something to say.

I got very little of that from the comic.

Your mileage may vary, though. Don't let me discourage you from checking them out. I'm pretty certain the first arc is free on a lot of digital services, too.

PS - If you want to read Kick-Ass, do it! I enjoyed that one quite a bit, though it the John Romita Jr. art certainly helped.


Probably Kick Ass would be on deck before Boys by the sound of it.

Currently going through the Deadpool & Cable series and have Harleen on deck. Plus my long neglected finishing of This Book is Full of Spiders and Fight Club
 
2022-05-17 9:12:17 AM  
What's the big deal? Homestarr was always outshined by his colleagues anyway.
 
2022-05-17 9:27:39 AM  
So they just dumping the whole "politician supe that explodes people's heads" teaser from the end of last season?
 
2022-05-17 9:31:08 AM  

Valter: Contrabulous Flabtraption: Valter: If you could give one man that kind of power what would he do with it?

Become evil

Uh, no.


Look at all the truly powerful people in the world, and you can count the good ones on one hand. And that's just because they're better at hiding their badness.
 
2022-05-17 10:09:56 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: So they just dumping the whole "politician supe that explodes people's heads" teaser from the end of last season?


Said politician appears in the trailer, so I'd guess no.
 
2022-05-17 10:17:15 AM  

djjonze: Seriously, Ennis' run on Hellblazer is the stuff of legend. It's what took me out of comics just being fun superhero romps into understanding they could be considered true literature. Yeah, I've read Watchmen and Dark Knight, and know that many comics before this have really made an impact,, but that run was truly epic. He took a middling b-level character and gave him more heart and pathos than even Moore did when creating him.


Couldn't agree more. That was right around the time I was realizing I preferred comics without capes, and that Hellblazer run was among the books that fully opened my eyes to it. While some of the sensibilities we'd come to associate with Ennis were already present, it's a much more earnest work than what came later, a really fantastic character study of a broken man that also happened to include some great magic and mythology.

I've read that run several times and it never gets old and doesn't seem to age. It's still as good as it ever was.

At one point I was going to get my single issues bound into custom hardcovers, but ended up selling off my most of my collection and figured the trades I had would be good enough.

They put out an omnibus a few years ago, but those things are so unwieldy I always take a pass. They look great on the shelf but are unreadable in a practical sense.
 
2022-05-17 10:49:31 AM  
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2022-05-17 12:19:50 PM  

Noah_Tall: Bslim: Is Starlight's superpower getting her ass handed to her?

Well really it's only Homelander who has handed her ass to her.  And he's the Superman of that universe.


Stormfront could thrash her, too. It took three of them (even with the Wonder Woman clone) to take her on in the finale and they didn't finish her.
 
2022-05-17 7:50:25 PM  

Your_Huckleberry: Noah_Tall: Bslim: Is Starlight's superpower getting her ass handed to her?

Well really it's only Homelander who has handed her ass to her.  And he's the Superman of that universe.

Stormfront could thrash her, too. It took three of them (even with the Wonder Woman clone) to take her on in the finale and they didn't finish her.


And she was the equivalent of Superman: Swastika Daughter. Homelander lasered her tits for like 30 seconds and she got a mild sunburn. She was/is extremely close to his power, I just don't think she has any distance weapons at her disposal. The only one stronger than both is Homelander's son.
 
2022-05-17 8:50:33 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Your_Huckleberry: Noah_Tall: Bslim: Is Starlight's superpower getting her ass handed to her?

Well really it's only Homelander who has handed her ass to her.  And he's the Superman of that universe.

Stormfront could thrash her, too. It took three of them (even with the Wonder Woman clone) to take her on in the finale and they didn't finish her.

And she was the equivalent of Superman: Swastika Daughter. Homelander lasered her tits for like 30 seconds and she got a mild sunburn. She was/is extremely close to his power, I just don't think she has any distance weapons at her disposal. The only one stronger than both is Homelander's son.


She's called 'Stormfront' because she also shoots lightning.


Oh, yeah. And the whole Nazi thing too. It's a subtle connection; lots of people overlook it.
 
2022-05-17 9:00:43 PM  

RoyFokker'sGhost: scottydoesntknow: Your_Huckleberry: Noah_Tall: Bslim: Is Starlight's superpower getting her ass handed to her?

Well really it's only Homelander who has handed her ass to her.  And he's the Superman of that universe.

Stormfront could thrash her, too. It took three of them (even with the Wonder Woman clone) to take her on in the finale and they didn't finish her.

And she was the equivalent of Superman: Swastika Daughter. Homelander lasered her tits for like 30 seconds and she got a mild sunburn. She was/is extremely close to his power, I just don't think she has any distance weapons at her disposal. The only one stronger than both is Homelander's son.

She's called 'Stormfront' because she also shoots lightning.


Oh, yeah. And the whole Nazi thing too. It's a subtle connection; lots of people overlook it.


Ahh! Forgot about that. The full name always sticks out more than the first half of it.

So yea she's basically as durable as Homelander and has ranged attacks. Makes sense it'd take all 3 AND a supremely OP son to neutralize her.
 
2022-05-17 10:27:32 PM  

shoegaze99: djjonze: Seriously, Ennis' run on Hellblazer is the stuff of legend. It's what took me out of comics just being fun superhero romps into understanding they could be considered true literature. Yeah, I've read Watchmen and Dark Knight, and know that many comics before this have really made an impact,, but that run was truly epic. He took a middling b-level character and gave him more heart and pathos than even Moore did when creating him.

Couldn't agree more. That was right around the time I was realizing I preferred comics without capes, and that Hellblazer run was among the books that fully opened my eyes to it. While some of the sensibilities we'd come to associate with Ennis were already present, it's a much more earnest work than what came later, a really fantastic character study of a broken man that also happened to include some great magic and mythology.

I've read that run several times and it never gets old and doesn't seem to age. It's still as good as it ever was.

At one point I was going to get my single issues bound into custom hardcovers, but ended up selling off my most of my collection and figured the trades I had would be good enough.

They put out an omnibus a few years ago, but those things are so unwieldy I always take a pass. They look great on the shelf but are unreadable in a practical sense.


I've reread that run several times. I find it so amazingly poignant. The whole Kit storyline is just so damn amazing. Again, I just absolutely love the fact that Ennis took an essentially throwaway character, and turned him into something that not only became a major player in the DC universe, but made me relate to and love a broken man.
 
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