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(About comic books and other things of little consequence. Updated sporadically.)

Tim Drake is my least favorite Robin. I find his portrayal in canon uncompelling and his ukefication in fanon annoying as hell.

Jason Todd is my favorite Robin, and he has every right to hate his family over the way they've treated him.

The Joker is my least favorite villain. He's overused and overrated, and I hate the fandom glamorization/idealization of his relationship with Harley Quinn, because the man is a mass murdering psychopath. This goes double for all you idiots who write Joker/OC fic.

Grant Morrison is a moron who can't do decent characterization to save his life, and regularly sacrifices it in favor of gimmicky, convoluted plots. I hate what he's doing now, especially to Jason, and I can't wait for him to get the hell off the Bat-books.

Frank Miller is a misogynist.

I already think the new Batman movie is going to be awful based on the casting choices. Anne Hathaway is a terrible choice for Catwoman -- excuse me Selina Kyle. She can't pull off femme fatale, and I guess it was too much to hope for a woman in the Nolanverse who wasn't a bland, lifeless brunette. Also, whitewashing Bane? Not cool. >:|

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CrimsonHorror Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011
I agree with you, on everything in this.
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mandomemory Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011
I'll have to disagree with you on your opinion of Tim Drake, but I will agree that Grant Morrison and Frank Miller are overrated. My favorite writer has always been Paul Dini. Also, I've hated every live-action Batman film ever made. :P
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DaggerPen Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011
So much agreed, no surprises there.

Joker/Harley as an idealized relationship is irritating as hell, yes. Joker/Batman, however, except when done as a creepy one-sided obsession on the Joker's part, is even worse. What the hell, fandom?
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Yami-san77 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011
I agree on the point of Joker/OC or Joker/HQ.
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