Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JoeZhang, Jul 20, 2013.
Pepperoni Pizza and krispy kremes too
I have it on good authority that Batman likes Yoohoo.
Well the article acknowledges it's just a mockup, based on the description they were given.
And while I absolutely detest most of the Injustice costumes and think they're freakin ugly as hell, the one for WW actually looks pretty decent for the most part. And I think I could live with it.
At least as long as they get rid of the wings on the boots.
This is true.
Batman does not dislike nachos. Shame on you for even suggesting it! Nachos are (is?) power food for superheros! Pile on the jalapenos!
Sorry, it's canon. Batman: The Brave and the Bold, episode 33, A Bat Divided.
I can just imagine Batman out patrolling after eating a few Tacos with Hot Sauce. He won't be worrying about who is out there committing crime, he'll want to find the nearest toilet!
I disregard your canon, and demand that you share a plate of nachos with me at your earliest convenience.
Batman would avoid anything that might make him flatulent, as that would be a detriment to stealth for more than one sense....
He's prepared. He carries pepto in the belt.
What if he was being followed by Daredevil? I imagine a good long fart would throw off Matt's radar senses long enough for Batman to make his escape.
Or it might be a blind spot for Batman...he doesn't attempt to prevent flatulence, because he thinks his Batshit doesn't stink.
If it's Affleck Daredevil and Affleck Batman I think it ends up like Lazarus in Star Trek so it's probably best he doesn't catch him.
That's it! We finally have the perfect villain for the next Trek film--Affleck as Lazarus! Brilliant!
More bad news for Superman
So basically Superman will need to be paired with someone in any future movie to expand the Justice League.
I wouldn't be surprised if only Batman get's a movie of his own. The rest have to share.
Green Lantern: the fire of Mars
I'm not really sure how feasible it is for a studio to produce just one huge, mega-budget Justice League movie after another. Or that they'd really want to risk burning people out on the concept so quickly.
They've said before they want to use JL as a way to introduce new characters and jumpstart their own franchises, and I'm inclined to think that's still the plan.
And if it IS a huge hit, then that would surely create interest for a new Superman film as well. All they have to do is come up with a really cool story and/or villain for him to fight, and people will want to see it.
Sounds like how Superman: The Animated Series was used to introduce the DCAU's version of the Flash, Aquaman, Doctor Fate, their first Green Lantern.
This is what happens when there are two Superman films, back to back, that don't do as well as had been hoped.
Yeah there might have been a bit less emphasis placed on Batman in the sequel (and he wouldn't have been in the title), but I think it's likely WB would have still used the sequel as a jumping off point for a JL movie regardless.
Since it's such an obvious place to do it (and they really really want to have a JL movie).
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