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Stupid Baby

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emerickman 
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Subj: Re: Did you like it?
Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 at 07:23:27 am EST (Viewed 264 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Did you like it?
Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2019 at 10:02:22 am EST (Viewed 293 times)

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    so, I havent read it yet. I flipped through it in the store, Ill get it next time im in, this weekend maybe.
    So, who was behind all of it? why? what was the motive for everything?


So. As you prob know by now the big bad was... *koff*Batman*koff* himself. That weird self-perpetuating, VR-angst, psycho-trauma program he gifts himself every birthday. So. What did you think of it after reading?

Did you like it? How 'bout anyone else?

Jeff M comment about the good nostalgia with the Byrne variant feels right, eh. And speaking of Marvel crossovers, the banner submission scene screamed Iron Man movie rip off.


I miss Dad & Dan.


so, I havent read it yet. I flipped through it in the store, Ill get it next time im in, this weekend maybe.
So, who was behind all of it? why? what was the motive for everything?

You ask if I like it?

You knw , honeslty, in the end, I really , really do! Its been so long since we had a story where we havent seen the pridictable villain, his defeat, and the end coming.

I really liked how it ended up, what we though was real, wasnt. And you know, I really liked how leslie was alive at the end. Others might not have liked it, but I did. I reccomend it.




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