Aquaman, winning over a sworn enemy with logic and diplomacy and fabulous hair.
If you want to see Batman fighting giant monster child things in Gotham during a driving thunderstorm,
this comic is for you.
This will either make you tear up or want to punch something.
Ah, Lois and Clark.
Fun, low-stakes Silver Age shenanigans.
Because Superman does not live by slugfests alone
There are two kinds of people in the world:
those who appreciate the glory of Rainbow Batman and those who do not.
Justice League #5
Aquaman saves the day.
Batman makes a funny.
DC's collective output has made a stunning leap in quality since the last revamp. It's really bizarre -- I'm used to them getting worse, not better. That said, I'm not complaining. At all.
Apparently, Geoff Johns was given enough power to go to all the creative teams and make sure they had workable visions for their characters. "Okay, so you're making Green Arrow a werewolf? And why is that exactly, and why is he not even using his bow? Dude, that's not how being a minority works, and also that's not how Green Arrow works. We hired you to write about Green Arrow, now make him take on some corporate fat-cats or bankers or something. A minimum of two tough shots with the bow every month."
And we got Superman back! Not the crappy fake who's been around for five years, riding a motorcycle and punching cops; we got the one that everybody likes! In "Superman" #6 at the end, they cast some serious shade at the nu52 Superman, and you know what? I don't mind at all. That guy wasn't Superman, he was a bad Elseworlds version of Superman.
I don't know if you've ever seen this link before. I don't know if you'll be interested in seeing it or not. But here it is:
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