BANEjustice storytime get in here nerds
Last time, big guys, and Doomsday. And no Sinestro
This weeks. Just came out. 1st issue came out on a Monday, second on a Tuesday. No fucking idea what the schedule is anymore
Sure, why not
It would probably be extremely painful
What about magic? Superman's weak to magic. I'm sure there are some magic users in the DC universe
I recall John Constantine joined up with Batman but he's not a really strong magic user
I like it more with the speech bubble.
Also, by omitting the breast plate it looks more like one of those crops.
>people like it
>game is getting a sequal
gee I wonder
Anyone else find it kind of bullshit that Doomsday would even feel a blow from Bane? Or that Bane could get Doomsday into a grapple hold for even a moment? Or that Bane could survive a mace to the back of the head from Hawkgirl? Or that Doomsday would stay unconcious while Bane hauled him to Lex?
What do you mean? I was saying that Jim did Scorpions Injustice suit
So it's to be agreed that Injustice's sequel will be Forever Evil, yes?
>Several months after King Superman's defeat, the Crime Syndicate invades Injusticeworld
>The Former Regime and the Insurgents are forced to team up to defeat them
>Things are compounded when the Multiversity league comes to prevent any more crises of two Earths
>Every hero has at least one alternate universe skin
Bruce still can't bring himself to admit that the slaughter of Metropolis was all his fault, can he?
I dare say that Batman's morality is as devastating as anything Superman has done
It's not like it hasn't been reference in the comic already
God Bless Taylor
Sinestro played the long game with that one. He made it look like he was becoming good by forcing confrontations like Despero then beating him to look good. He's a master at his craft.
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This is the best cape comic issue to come out in all of 2015, makes me miss the old DC (90s/early 2000s). Really stopped reading all comics in 2015 apart from Secret Wars which isn't even that good.
Well if he can hit the speeds he does (ie faster than Supes) it stands to reason he is physically capable to handling most physical hits.
When pilots break the sound barrier they need g-suits and training just to avoid blacking out, Flash obviously breaks the sound barrier even on a bad day.
But of course its a comic, doesn't need to make sense.
ok, because otherwise the plot of the video game couldn't happen.
which is the worst part about the comic being a prequel because we know how it is going to end overall.
Sponges absorb water. Drop it in the ocean and you'll just have a wet soggy sponge.
Samething with Parasite. Even if he didn't overload and explode, he shouldn't be able to escape the gravity.
So how many problems has the sun solved now?
Concerning Lobo, what exactly has happened to him, anyways? I mean, he can't go to hell or any other afterlife, so I can't see how throwing him into the sun would permanently disable him.
Or did I miss something? Apart from Injusticeverse logic.
Superman threatened to toss him in the sun.
After Harley kicked his ass, he went to Apocalypse to win back his manhood. From there we can assume after a good brawl that ended in a tie, he went back to do whatever he does.
Then who is this goober putzing around in Belle Reve in the game?
I'm confused about that whole reunion thing. Why were Superman and Lex acting like old pals? Did I miss something or was Superman just happy to see that his old cops-and-robbers playmate survived?
it would be hilarious if you find out Bats had planted some weird dna thingy on Parasite knowing that Supes would throw him into the sun that would grow into a super-villain like like did in the really bad Superman movie that wasn't called MoS
Those illustrations were clearly just Barry's biased and unfair vision of how things happened, as he listened to Sinestro's touching, tragic tale. As if Sinestro would ever go pick up his baby girl while still covered in the blood of his enemies; he would shower and clean up first!
The same reasoning could apply to any superhero with a supervillian who continually kills. Also it isn't so much batmans fault as it is the legal system that doesn't execute the joker.
I like Bane, but the dude just got a fucking thanagarian mace slammed into the back of his skull by a superhero. He should be bits of bone and brain splattered on the wall.