Good lord, over half of you just blatantly ignored what I wrote about no DC/Marvel. I weep for the future. This discussion...is closed. Keep your eyes peeled in a week or so for Questions for LEOG Volume 2: Issue 2.
That's right. Volume 2. It's a new year and a new count. We're starting off this time with something we haven't done before: No mainstream Marvel. No mainstream DC. Hell, we might even end up with no superheroes. Believe it or not there's some bad ass stuff going on with Vertigo, Oni Press, Avatar, Image, Dark Horse, Boom, Dynamite, etc, etc, that you haven't heard much from us on. That's the way we're gonna roll with LEOG 2/1 so make sure your questions lead down those directions if they are comic related otherwise you can be assured they aren't gonna get airtime. And now for the standard set of rules...
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Please settle a bet for me: Matt Wagner's Grendel:
-Awesome exploration of evil/aggression?
-Interesting Supervillain, but at best just an evil Batman?
-Or, self-indulgent psuedo-intellectual tripe that overstayed it's welcome?
Hey Cyrus! I finally got a decent question to ask the League!!! Ok here it goes, recently i read thunderbolts #128 written by Andy Diggle and drawn by Roberto De La Torre where President elect Barack Obama shows up and meets with Norman Osborn!!! To my surprise it was done really well. My question is: Of all the real life celebrities to show up in a comic book storyline which one was your favorite and why???
Jagr, man, Love ya but we already closed this session. Besides, this issue is Indie books and that's more of a conventional books topic. A good question though and if you ask it again in the next "questions for" post we'll definitely cover it.
My question is a shorter version I tried to pass up on the last one. With Geoff Johns revitalizing a lot of DC Characters lately, do you think his upcoming Superman: Secret Origins is going to really become the definitive take on the origin of Superman as it's being advertised?
My question for the LEOG is this; What are your favorite world war 2 films? With Oscar season just around the corner there seems to be a recent string of WW2 films such as, The reader, The boy in striped pajamas, Defiance and the most recent atrocity Valkrie. so what films in the past involving this subject do you like.
love the show and look forward to hearing the next