Comic book stuff from bleedingcool Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Katy Perry And Madonna Go Back To School In Batman Leviathan Strikes!
Knowing that Batman: Leviathan Strikes! published yesterday from DC Comics would be set in St Hadrian’s did bring to mind images of a St Trinian’s girls school where the pupils are taught in the most extreme subjects possible.
And knowing that the comic would feature the blonde Stephanie Brown going back to high school in the traditional schoolgirl’s kit did smack someone of a certain Britney Spears’ video.
But who knew that she’d meet a number of her peers there?
Such as Rihanna…
All three together…
And yes, as headmistress, it had to be Madonna.
The return of teen titans!!!!!!
Kaldur’am or kaldur for short a.k.a aqualad from young justice is an interesting character. I like because he is a mature, introverted, docile and strong. He is just any other person in the real world. He isn’t a loud and emotion douch like kid flash and superboy or an annoy legacy character like robin who is use to tell the same story over and over again. He’s new and refresh just like Miss Maritian and Artemis. It drive some fans on how it aqualad is show how emotionally disturb like other characters. To myself personally Kaldur and Artemis seem like the most normal out of whole team. People including myself get slightly annoy, upset or irrate when people just dog on Kaldur because he seems less annoying compare to some other characters. Kaldur is not the standardized leader (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/StandardizedLeader). He is a well-rounded character who still developing and is very interesting character with some great moments he struggles from his quiet mousy personality to be a strong and silent leader.
Its a shame that he’s usually put in the back and is rarely care about when it comes to the fans, and teammates.
Admittedly, I’m not that much of a Wonder Woman fan, though I did read Greg Rucka’s run on the title pre-Infinite Crisis. But the prospect of a writer like Brian Azzarello, whose work on Vertigo titles I am a fan of, writing the character is interesting to say the least.
In this interview, Azzarello said that his take on Wonder Woman is that is “not a superehero book. It’s a horror book.” What does he mean by that exactly? That’s why I’m following this title come September.