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Discussion in 'DC Comics' started by Speedball, Apr 28, 2006.
Holy crap i did not expect that in Villians United.
I wonder what happens in IC7
Screw Doomsday. There were three (COUNT 'EM, THREE!) panels with The Question in them.
too bad question bats it in 52.
He might. He might not.
awww... really, whatever happened to him and Huntress?
Huntress orchistraited the mob exicution of her biological father. The Question, who had up until that point been trying to steer Helena away from a life of senseless violence, gave up on her and left Gotham. I think they had sex, though. Or at least, it was implyed that they did. Not sure. Still, he needs to get back to Gotham and tap that ever so atractive Itallian ass. I mean, Vic doesn't really get much action. He's kind of a jerk, so girls don't tend to like him often.
its funny that a guy named The Question replies, and thanks for that.
I loved Oralcles narration leading up to that final fight.
Judging by the covers I'd say alot of fighting. But then again, the F4 cover had Dr. Doom LIFTING the hammer.
no, i meant to Doomsday.
At first I was like "Doomsday...umm...wow." But then I realized that this isn't just some throw away appearence, this is Infinite Crisis.
The presence of Doomsday and the rest of the villains behind him I feel was handled realistically. Simone made it feel like more than just some super powered showdown. People were going to be fighting for their lives.
I can't wait to see Infinite Crisis #7.
He lives vicariously through the character
I loved the way that she narrated the Doomsday reveal, too; there were already lot of threats in the crowd that were just as dangerous as him or maybe even more dangerous -- like Sinestro or Bizarro -- but his appearance is the greatest trump card that most terrifies the heroes. He killed Superman. He's the ultimate symbol of the ultimate villain victory. When he appears in the battle, morale gets f***ed up all over the place. It was perfect, completely perfect.
well this explains the little bit in the superman tribute movie they were watchin in the park.
I just noticed that bit last night when I re-read the issue.
i've gotta go back and look at it, i love this OYL stuff.
Interesting to see Doomsday back.
I was also scanning the pages to see if any of the characters muttered "we're boned."
I loved the setup of the whole issue, with the behind-the-scenes characters on either side facing off: Babs and Martian Manhunter on the heroes' side, Calculator and Alex Luthor on the villains'. I also liked the little panel where Alex commented "beautiful" with a tear in his eye just before Doomsday was revealed. He's totally bat**** looney now.
I have to say though even if I'm a villain I'm not going to be too close to Doomsday.
Anyway I firmly believe that Doomsday is going to die.
Hero or villain, the bastard's bat**** loony, and tough enough to pimp smack the entire Justice League around. Anyone with a shred of common sense is going to stay at least three time zones away from the guy.
Thats probably why Alex picked Doc Psycho to be in charge of getting Doomsy.
No other psychic would even dare probably.
Its crazy that Turpin is fighting Bane who is right next to Doomsday.
Damn... Turpin is cool.
Turpin's the best. Especially in Superman: The Animated Series.
Does anyone know the entire line-up of heroes at the end right before the final confrontation. I dont know everyone but heres what I know from right to left:
Steel II(the daughter)
Metamorpho (or Shift, as if it matters)