I had the wrong link up, now click it heh.Originally Posted by nofingers
That makes me want to buy the comic.
It's so wrong it's right.
Robin is such an under rated character.
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indeed, Ksama, hilarious
Correct me if i'm wrong, haven't read this comic and i haven't read as many comics as some of you may have ...
... but aren't comics supposed to be cheesy?
I have not read this particular comic but any work of fiction or non-fiction is supposed to be cheesy only if it was the author(s)' intent. Sometimes this can be used to effect. If a story is well crafted and well told it shouldn't matter what medium is used to tell it.Originally Posted by John
I would guess that in this case the editors at DC were just "asleep at the switch" when they allowed this story to be produced and reach the stands. At the very least they should have sat down with Frank Miller early on for a major retooling of the script or scrapped it altogether and told him to start over.
Pre judging all comics to be cheesy just tells the rest of us that you seem to be someone who forms your opinions before you have any of the facts. Or as Tom & Ray Magliozzi of "Car Talk" say: "Unencumbered by the thought process."
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You know, when i write about comics in a thread about a batman comic, i refer to american superman comics. The Marvel / DC kind. And for these the impression i have is that they are usually a bit cheesy, whether that was intended or not. That impression being based on the couple of comics i read.
Yeah well probably. I happen to form an opinion about stuff i see. I did read a couple of comics, so where is the problem? Relax, no internet beef please.Pre judging all comics to be cheesy just tells the rest of us that you seem to be someone who forms your opinions before you have any of the facts.
I'd like to read that comic bc it seems to be cheesy on purpose.
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Now thats an argument i can acceptOriginally Posted by MoP
I grew up on TMNT, A-Team and Knightrider though, my boundaries of where cheesy ends and dumb begins are pretty far out there.
i 100% belive the shark
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