What, no (slightly more) fascist superman?
If it's sticking to the plot of the original, then he'll show up in Part Two.
It was more fun to see when they snuck in the tank vs. mutant fight in Batman The Animated Series:
I think I liked it better as I didn't know Miller was off his rocker and deep into old-white-guy-on-porch-waving-broken-bottle territory.
They're very different kinds of crazy. Moore is spiritual and into mystical-type bullshit, whereas Miler had his brain broken by 9/11.
Seriously, read "Holy Terror." Or at least read this dude's take on it:
http://acephalous.typepad.com/acephalous/2011/10/holy-terror-f rank-miller-my-how-far-you ve-fallen.html
MacGyver Style Bomb
Moore doesn't actually believe half the shit he says. He does it for fun. Miller, however, has sailed all the way into the lands of Dave Sim.
Morrison buys into his own act pretty hard, but he's mostly harmless, and more importantly he doesn't usually let it overwhelm his work. Miller and Sim have reached the point where their comics are just soapboxes from which they tell you how Muslims and women are destroying society.
Withholding stars because I could have sworn this was already here.
Kind of looking forward to this, but is it just me or does their Gordon sound awful?
stop hiring somebody other than kevin conroy to be batman you idiots
Complaining about Peter Weller...
Gommorrah, how do you keep coming up with new and amazing ways to be wrong?
Just to clarify, in no way am I trying to impugn Conroy.
This should have been a live action and I always imagined it to be Brian Dennehy's finest role. Not gonna happen.
I'm glad to see the Mutant leader's nips are being faithfully adapted.
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