He was different, but a great character in his own right.
Do you mean Mxy in general? I love him, he's great. It's too bad that writers never use him anymore, he's a great Superman antagonist or even just a supporting character.
I think Morrison's Action Comics was probably the last time anyone had ever written Mxy and fifth dimensional imps well.
Waid's run was shit, left such a bad taste that I didn't even bother with the Spirit crossover. How's Guggenheim's take on The Rocketeer?
Golden Age Superman villain who was a conman with an incredible ability to exploit legal loopholes so that (most of) his scams remained technically legal and all Superman could (usually) do was try to protect his victims from exploitation, but (usually) couldn't turn him in to law enforcement.
Disappeared suddenly in 1950 then reappeared out of nowhere decades later for two final pre-Crisis appearances. Hasn't been heard from since.
Can't be that hard, he's a very simple character. His only goal is to fuck with Superman through challenges and games, how is that hard to write about? Is it because Superman would have to actually do something outside of punching things?
>mfw we will never have something like this again
>90s as fuck design
>Goofy fucking powers
>Dropping random Afrikaans into sentences
>I love him anyway
He would be perfect for the Glob Herman "in every crowdscene lookin' weird" role, but Marvel actively despise him.
That's also part of the issue. People don't want to see the same old same old with Mxy, they only want stories that break the mold. Mxy's too simple if anything, people don't want Superman going through just challenges and games without tension.
I hardly ever hear anyone's favorite Turtle is Leonardo. It always either Raph, Mikey or Donatello.
But people fucking loved him in JLU. No one ever talks about him b/c there isn't much to talk about. He didn't appear a terrible much and didn't have many speaking appearance but when he did stuff, it was awesome. Dude was fucking based in that cartoon.
>that episode that was one big homage to the Seven Soldiers of Victory
I remember reading Morrison's Seven Soldiers around the same time too, it was pretty cool.
James Spader's performance was pretty boss.
He's now the default voice I hear for Ultron.
Man, whatever. They're written out of the comic now.
he was 50 percent the reason i bought MVC. the other percent was for Task Meister.
Booster has plenty of fans.
I wish they'd put her book up on comixology so people could actually read it.
Might be a piece of shit but he's a funny shit
God damn Plastic Man was written so well in the Injustice Year Four annual, now if only he got his own solo series.
I mean, his last one in 2004 wasn't even half bad
Basically superman gets fed up and fucks off to the moon, Mxy goes there to mock him by saying his name backwards in the airless void, Superman puts air in his mouth so Mxy gets trolled back to his dimension.
I make threads for him every once in a while, I try to trick /co/ into discussing him, it never works ;_;
Isn't he already with the others in Corps?
Not me, love a Brazilian broad.
Mxy is one of the best things the Superman mythos has.
Someone just post all of the Seven Soldiers