But I've already decided Batwing, Nightwing, and Catwoman aren't for me. I'll let you in on a secret.It's because they look lame...
Since when did you start hating on Judd Winnick? I thought you read Under The Hood and liked it
I think the characters in their own series sound sort of lame. I'm not basing this on a lot, I'll just pull a NiteOwl right now and say I'm not being fair, but yeah, that's the reason.
Also, no, I haven't actually read Under The Hood yet.
My point, though, is that Avatar should maybe drop the ones he thinks aren't for him before even reading the first issues. But then again, his approach might be better.
Nightwing and Catwoman have both proved that they can be awesome in their own solo series. Especially Nightwing, cos, I mean, he was so good at being awesome that they decided to make him Batman for a while, in the era of the bat-books where they were the freshest they'd been in years, but even before he wore the cowl his solo series had had a critically acclaimed run, as had Catwoman.
The only character of those three that I think might not be able to hold his own series, because whereas the other two characters have been members of Batman's cast since the 1940's, Batwing was only introduced like this year, and we've only seen him in action on a few panels.
I have a question. Do any of you think Batman: The Dark Knight is worth buying at all?
When it was first announced I wanted no part of it, as I'd been buying it already and Finch was so slow that issues came out three months between eachother and the writing sucked. Now that Jenkins has been announced as writer, it might be worth picking up, but I imagine that nothing important will happen in it and it will be out of continuity in much the same manner as Astonishing X-men