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Subj: Re: Batman #35 Review
Posted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 at 08:29:32 pm EST (Viewed 118 times)
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Posted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 at 05:16:09 pm EST (Viewed 121 times)

This ish was a very good read - just like last issue.

    Also, if we learned Holly's answer to Selina's request, I missed it. I see that as a loose thread that doesn't need to be loose.


    Whining and crying from the fans about how "unrealistic" it is. And I'm like, "Dude, it's a COMIC! Almost everything about a comic is unrealistic. You want realism, then stop reading them."

    So now you know why DC has stopped using Thought Balloons. It's "unrealistic" because whenever it's used, fans complain about it.

Baffling fan reasoning.

    And that's why we need thought balloons. They not only give us a story of what the character is going through but it also adds a lot more story to a comic. I also find myself enjoying those kinds of comics more "because" there is more to read. Without thought balloons, a writer can only convey so much and the reader has to assume a lot. With thought balloons, there is no need for that. It gives the comic more substance it otherwise lacks when thought balloons aren't used.


Batman (2016-) #35
> “DREAM OF ME” part three! Has the Caped Crusader passed the point of no return? Turns out he’s going to need a little help from his friends, but this help comes with a downside: Batman’s true intentions will be exposed.

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