Posted by Lichtbringer in entertainment news that don't deserve their own thread (Started by Titiln June 18, 2011, 03:16:32 AM
its an independent comic book written by one guy who dislikes superheros.
How is more people giving money gonna speed the development up? He's been taking money for years, and if anything, dev has become slower...
He fucking streams shitty gameplays more than anything.
In the DCAU, the Flash that appears in Justice League is Wally, with no direct references to there being another one before him. But there's some small references that could support that argument: there is a Kid Flash costume in the background of the Flash Museum in one episode, and there's the Titans of it all, which is its own bag of worms.
I haven't liked the "evil Superman" schtick pretty much since I've first seen it, so yeah, it is rather grating years after years of it. For benefit of the doubt though, in this case, it's literally the whole reason why the Suicide Squad exists as an extended franchise, to use in this case. So it's fitting for the game's narrative perspective. Just "this case" sucks.
Considering I also don't like Suicide Squad as a whole though and passed on the Arkham games, I think I'll be giving this a pass as well.
Unless the PEOPLE want Tao Pai Pai or other obscure shit like that
Grüß euch zusammen!
Wie gehts euch? Und wie bekommt euch COVID-19 und Home-Office/Schooling?!
I can't quite say that the latter has never happened before and that it'll never happen again, but those have been rare and unusual circumstances: back in the 70s, when Marvel was massively expanding and gaining more and more publishing power, they started acquiring a whole bunch of licenses to publish comics based on several different properties, and by and large, they all got integrated into the Marvel universe. Conan the Barbarian, Rom the Space Knight, and Godzilla (yes, Godzilla, seriously) all officially exist in the Marvel universe, even though Marvel can't actually reference them anymore (well, they can with Conan again, cuz Marvel got the license back a few years ago, but regardless). By the mid 80s, however, this no longer was the default strategy for their licensed material: those books got placed into their own separate continuity, saving everyone from running into problems later on when said licenses expired. And that has remained the way they operated for their licensed books ever since.