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Omar Karindu

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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Blue Jay

Subj: Re: And Denny O'Neil...he'd never show Batman taken down by a total nobody or a wimp...
Posted: Fri Jul 04, 2008 at 05:31:11 pm EDT (Viewed 326 times)
Reply Subj: Re: And Denny O'Neil...he'd never show Batman taken down by a total nobody or a wimp...
Posted: Fri Jul 04, 2008 at 01:26:23 pm EDT (Viewed 5 times)


> Thanks you proved my point.

I didn't realize you were a denizen of Htrae.

> Notice Batman knew he was hallucinating.

No...no, there's...uhm...absolutely no moment in the posted pages where he says anything more than noting he's feeling weird just as he passes out and starts freaking out.

Your statement would ahve worked a lot better if I hadn't, y'know, posted the actual panels for everyone to see.

> Also, it took electricity in one instance and a super strong guy surprising Batman in another instance to take him down.

And in Morrison's story it's taken years-ago psychological conditioning and an entire organization of foreign supervillains. Oh, and the guy who kayoes Batman with a chair to the head in the example I posted? Not super-strong, sorry.

> Laslty, Ras Al Ghul had been mentioned before he walked into the Batcave.

And Doctor Hurt had been set up in prior issues as well. Guess Morrison's the equal of Denny O'Neil based on your rather spurious and ever-shifting criteria. Thanks for proving my point.

> Finally, Batman took down all these characters shortly afterwards like nothing and they didn't even really hurt Batman.
>
> Thanks.

Doesn't the superhero always win by the end of the arc when it's his own comic?




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