|freedoom - 2010-01-27 |
I like how they take half the intro just to explain the back story for non-comic nerds.
|Hooker - 2010-01-27 |
I've seen all of this. It's hilariously bad.
My favourite moment was, after Oracle had been dodging her love interest as a means of protecting him from her alternate life, Alfred takes it upon himself to bring the guy up to Oracle's clocktower lair and force her to tell him everything. Later on in the show, Harley Quinn kills him because he was in the clocktower with Oracle, meaning Alfred essentially killed him.
|Camonk - 2010-01-27 |
Seriously? "Master of the cyber realms"? You're going with that?
Also, uh, Huntress is clearly not superhuman in any way that's kind of the point. Plus... No, you know what, show? No. You know what you did. You exactly what you did. I'm not going to give you the satisfaction of correcting you.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-01-27 |
The word "Metahuman" shows up way too many times in this intro.
|Nikon - 2010-01-27 |
|Cheese - 2010-01-27 |
Why can't I jerk off to this? I'd better go to the doctor...
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-01-27 |
They actually did get Mark Hamill to play the Joker, only it was in fuzzy flashback so you didn't see he face. And they totally gutted Harley Quinn's character conceptually from "wacky and cute killer groupie" to "sinister corporate attorney" for some reason.
They DID gut her character, but she was a psychiatrist in the show, not a lawyer, which is consistent with her original character.
|charmlessman - 2010-01-27 |
I watched a lot of this show. Not because it was good, it wasn't. But because Ashley Scott and Dina Meyer on the same show is HOT.
|Cleaner82 - 2010-01-27 |
So is the idea here that they scrape the bottom of the barrel for any stray c-listers Batman hasn't bothered beating up?
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