I like it, although it still doesn't really help out part of the main problem: which is why Amanda Waller, who is in contact with Bruce Wayne and who knows he's Batman doesn't have him or the other members of the Justice League do what needs to be done. (I get that the JL isn't exactly assembled yet but you can't tell me that Wonder Woman wouldn't have been some help against Enchantress.)
The Suicide Squad only works when you have a morally grey military mission that superheroes wouldn't do. Anything in the movie (saving Amanda Waller, stopping Enchantress) is stuff a superhero would do in a heartbeat. Also, where the heck was Flash, Batman and Wonder Woman during the several days that Enchantress was doing her thing? Anyhow.
I toyed with the idea that the Squad was actually assembled to take down Batman. Maybe to recover the Kryptonite he stole from military? It would fit in with the "anti-Superman" spin the government used to fund the Squad in the first place. It would be great for them to have a final fight with Batman being presented as a monster. That's something we've never seen before: unique to having villains as the protagonist.
Not yet. I've been meaning to though.
I want to pick up a couple. Harley Quinn's cycle and the Ra's Al Ghul one are on my list.
To be honest, and I realize this is going to sound pretentious, when I was on BZPower, I made posts to share my opinion. The more people read my topic, the more people listened to my opinion. Now, several thousand people a week tune in to hear my opinion. So I don't really do message boards as much anymore, just because it isn't as efficient.
- Really big fan of clean designs. TARS from Interstellar was really cool to look at.
- Not sure. Not feeling any new Zack Snyder movies. Don't like the Flash costume or actor. Cyborg looks fake.
- The new Civil War Spider-Man. It's a thing of beauty.
I actually disagree. He's a lame character and he should only be there for them to show that they're serious about the head bomb. They need to show that narratively, and having an expendable character do so is the best way. Plus, it's a staple of the Squad.
Oh yes. I've read Hickman for so long. He's amazing. He really gets Reed and Doom like nobody else. Also, I love how he wrote Sue and Reed in Time Runs Out. So many people try to make Reed seem intellectually distant and stoic and Sue leaving him because of it, like Mark Millar in Civil War. But Hickman understands that they're a power couple.
I've built a Hero Factory mech, if that counts.
I do, but not very often. I'm not that great at it, so I kind of leave it to the experts. I've been meaning to more and more, though.