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> > > So what do you want the Batman status quo to be like after R.I.P.? Myself:
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> > Batman dies in horrific agony.
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> > Then Batman awakens and discovers the whole Morrison run was just a toxic induced comma resulting from exposure to Scarecrow's fear gas.
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> > Steve Englehart, Matt Wagner, and Neal Adams begin a new run on Batman ignoring completely Morrison's horror and giving everyone the real Batman culminating in Batman retiring after bringing an end to crime in Gotham City for decades to come.
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> See, I just dont get where you're coming from BJ, to me Morrison's run has felt almost like a direct continuation of Neil Adams stuff- the return to the jet setting ways, more use of Bruce Wayne as a seperate character, actually having a girl friend- and the relationship getting `serious' way to quickly I might add-, new villains coming out of the woodwarok etc etc all seam to be lifted straight from Adams play book, and, I dig Englehart but he only wrote what, 8 issues of Detective plus the Dark Detective mini? Both good stories sure, bud hardly enough of a body of Batman work to consider it untouchably sacred. and Wagner's stuff, as good as it is, has the advantage of being set outside the regular time flow of ongoing DC universe, so he had the liberty of setting and telling his Batman stories where he wanted to, without having to worry about an ongoing narative, so its hardly a fair comparison. I mean, I know you seam to steadfastly misinterpret even your supposedly favourite Batman story, so, is your distaste for Morrison merely a matter of impatience or lack of hindsite, or what? I mean, I know everyone has different taste, but, yeah, i just dont get what you dont like about it. And dont jsut say `bad writing', cause its too easy for me to interpret that as `bad comprehension skills'.

oh no! not the old "if you dont understand what the heck is happening in a morrison story then you must be stupid" routine! \:\-D
just kidding....with a little truth sprinkled in \:\-D

> > > > So what do you want the Batman status quo to be like after R.I.P.? Myself:
> > > >
> > >
> > > Batman dies in horrific agony.
> > >
> > > Then Batman awakens and discovers the whole Morrison run was just a toxic induced comma resulting from exposure to Scarecrow's fear gas.
> > >
> > > Steve Englehart, Matt Wagner, and Neal Adams begin a new run on Batman ignoring completely Morrison's horror and giving everyone the real Batman culminating in Batman retiring after bringing an end to crime in Gotham City for decades to come.
> >
> >
> > See, I just dont get where you're coming from BJ, to me Morrison's run has felt almost like a direct continuation of Neil Adams stuff- the return to the jet setting ways, more use of Bruce Wayne as a seperate character, actually having a girl friend- and the relationship getting `serious' way to quickly I might add-, new villains coming out of the woodwarok etc etc all seam to be lifted straight from Adams play book, and, I dig Englehart but he only wrote what, 8 issues of Detective plus the Dark Detective mini? Both good stories sure, bud hardly enough of a body of Batman work to consider it untouchably sacred. and Wagner's stuff, as good as it is, has the advantage of being set outside the regular time flow of ongoing DC universe, so he had the liberty of setting and telling his Batman stories where he wanted to, without having to worry about an ongoing narative, so its hardly a fair comparison. I mean, I know you seam to steadfastly misinterpret even your supposedly favourite Batman story, so, is your distaste for Morrison merely a matter of impatience or lack of hindsite, or what? I mean, I know everyone has different taste, but, yeah, i just dont get what you dont like about it. And dont jsut say `bad writing', cause its too easy for me to interpret that as `bad comprehension skills'.
>
> oh no! not the old "if you dont understand what the heck is happening in a morrison story then you must be stupid" routine! \:\-D
> just kidding....with a little truth sprinkled in \:\-D

Well, sometimes cliches develope for a reason. But seriously, I would never pull something like that. On anybody else. Its all about history, you see?


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