What's the deal with "Superior" Spider-Man? He's got claws or something? I saw the one picture, but I don't understand what it is they're trying to do.
Julie Delpy was on Craig Ferguson's show a couple of nights ago. She said that her four-year-old son is starting to ask questions about why Batman is sometimes in black and sometimes in gray. If comics publishers cared at all about keeping their properties relevant to new demographics, they would do everything they could to eliminate this kind of confusion.
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If one wants the credit, one has to cease being a ghost and become a leader or innovator." — Bob Kane