The banter between the Queens was great. Again, very true to their characters.
With the revelation that it was a ship from Queen industries, I was hoping it wont be Lana. Perhaps Chloe or someone else from the future?
That smooth evil Lex. Totally leading Supes on, and of course the government just works along without questions.
The story has gotten to the point where I'm hooked. And makes me miss the tv show. Reading it like this is fun and probably allows them to get away with more but this story would've been lots of fun on tv. Until it turns out to be Lana of course.
Originally posted by dMpUntil it turns out to be Lana of course.
Second guess: Mystery female Master Chief could be Tess. We haven't seen Tess' astral project onto Lex Luthor in a few weeks. She claimed when she did she's not a ghost. And she had access to all of the same cloning technology Lex used to resurrect herself when she ran Luthorcorp, plus access to Queen Industries' resources when both companies were merged and she and Oliver ran it. Quite possible Tess had a facility built and resurrected herself in outer space. I think I'd prefer this over a returning Lana.
“@ZackRyder: @CMPunk She played me bro” I got your back.
It would be so in keeping with Smallville tradition that female Master Chief is never seen again. I love how the government just assumes the worst in Superman after saving the planet for Apokolipse. The sheer balls to go into a room to arrest a guy who moved a planet must be huge.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Originally posted by lotjxIt would be so in keeping with Smallville tradition that female Master Chief is never seen again. I love how the government just assumes the worst in Superman after saving the planet for Apokolipse. The sheer balls to go into a room to arrest a guy who moved a planet must be huge.
Lol. True..true. But since they're stupid enough to only need that little sliver of bullshit evidence to suspect his motives, they are also stupid enough to try arrest him with 3 helicopters.
It'll be interesting to see if Clark surrenders (that'd be the Superman thing to do, right?) or if he runs.
I'm not sure how I missed this one, but Dave Arneson, co-creator of D&D passed away (kotaku.com) earlier this week. I'm just old and geeky enough to remember Blackmoor and Arneson's much lighter approach to D&D.