For example, I was born in the mid 1990s, but I'm attracted to the original Transformers cartoon from the 1980s because of the animation and levels of action.
Unlike the rest of the Bat-family, or most superheroes in general, she didn't have a tragic backstory or a death in the family, at least before she became Batgirl. She was motivated to become a hero by the actions of her father and Batman.
Out of the two, Barry Allen. But I prefer Wally West over all.
What is your favourite anime series, new and old.
What I mean is, does the rhyme originate with the DC character? Was it made up by the people behind the comics or did it exist before that?
Gotta go with Hal Jordan.
I'm looking for something that has an all consuming romance story. No love triangles and nothing tragic.
For some it's nostalgia. Memories of a simpler time. Still others like the iconic, simpler characters because in real life very few people are all one thing or another. They tend to all be ambiguous blends. Cartoon and comic characters tend to be more iconic and simple. Which can be refreshing.
1. Batman: The Animated Series (Also The New Batman Adventures)
2. Arrow (CW)
4. Justice League/Justice League Unlimited
5. Teen Titans
6. Batman (1966)
8. The Flash (CW)
9. Superman: The Animated Series
10. Batman Beyond
HM: The Batman, The New Adventures of Batman, The Legend of...
1. Topher Grace as Eddie Brock/Venom (Spider-Man 3)
2. Cara Delevingne as June Moone/Enchantress (Suicide Sqaud)
3. January Jones as Emma Frost (X-Men: First Class)
4. Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor (Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice)
5. Arnold Schwarzenegger as Dr. Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze (Batman & Robin)
It looks nonserious and nonprofessional. And then hating it became a meme, and people like memes. It's sort of like why does everyone elevate bacon to this god-like food? I mean, bacon's a fine food, but it's just bacon. But praising it as the be-all-end-all food became fun...and people go along...