Season Finale Night
Lady Gambit from Marvel Universe
Greymon is covered in a rhinoceros-beetle-esque shell and spews flames from its mouth. SkullGreymon puts too much importance on fighting, but it clings to life despite its body rotting. It launches organic missiles from its spinal cord. MetalGreymon has offensive power that rivals that of a nuclear warhead. It slashes enemies with its tethered trident-arm. WarGreymon is equipped with the strongest shield and can gather the energy within the atmosphere to concentrate into one spot and fire it as an extremely dense fireball.
DIGIMON, by Lindsey Wakefield.
The sequel to Man of Steel is one of the most awaited films. There’s a lot of inquisitiveness regarding the plot. However, the producers are making sure the storyline stays behind curtains. In this technological era, it’s not hard for inside details to surface. Alleged spoilers include a retired forty-year-old Bruce (plausible), Batman is an international legend (no doubt), the film starts seven years after the events of The Dark Knight Rises (highly questionable), Batman is rebuilding his city alongside Nightwing, and Wayne says he’s financing Batman (this can’t be connected to Chris Nolan’s Batman ‘cause Wayne’s “dead?”). Probably BS, if you ask me. Still unsure how they’ll fit WW…
The Saturday Morning Post, by Ruiz Burgos.
In The Dark Knight Rises, we all know that Batman dies. But what about Bruce?
BATGIRL, by Immar.
This is for my school assignment, but I’m also interested in your thoughts?
She Wants To “Play”
SOLO Vol. 1 #1 (December 2004)
Art by Tim Sale
Words by Darwyn Cooke