|On Thursday, September 28th 2006 3:01 am, nishikaze wrote: |
|Unofficial. And Crap. Whoever wrote that was a simpleton with no knowledge of the character and most likely a predisposition towards Marvel vs. DC. Never use a crossover like that as an 'official' source. There is always an unrealistic bias.|
King Pin wouldn't stand a chance against Batman. And you don't think using diplomatic immunity isn't intelligent? Umm... ^o)
Why do you assume that just because it's a crossover that it's unofficial? The writer of the issue was J. M. DeMatteis
. As a comic book buff, you should know who he his, and he's anything but a simpleton. He's been writing comics since the '70s, and has written for both
DC and Marvel. He's also written episodes of Justice League Unlimited. Obviously, you should get the facts before you post.
No, I don't find diplomatic immunity intelligent. It requires no strong effort to accomplish your goals. Sure, he's puting effort towards it, though he doesn't make risks like Lex and Xanatos do. To me, is shows that he's not as confident that his plan will succeed as Lex and Xanatos. Also, to be frank, he's just a DC knock off of Dr. Doom, who's the king of Latveria, so he has diplomatic immunity as well. However, he was the first to do it, over ten years before Ra's Al Ghoul's creation.