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Lately I've been really enjoying watching Owlman video clips from Crisis On Two Earths movie. As far as I can tell he's nothing like the rather offish and generally uninteresting Owlman (lame costume too) from what I remember of DC in the 80s. I like his sense of cynicism, his fatalistic attitude while always maintaining a calm demeanor.
Then you've got Roy Harper from Young Justice and you all know how much I like him. Prior to Young Justice I knew very little about the Roy Harper character. I had only read a couple of early Suicide Squad issues he guest starred along with a Teen Titans one shot anti-drug issue that was given out as freebees at my elementary school back in the day when we still had dinosaurs. My knowledge of Cheshire was even more scant for that matter.
As for the Red Hood I had heard that name here and there with the travesty known as the New DC 52 never payed it any mind. That is until I happened upon some clips of Batman: Under The Red Hood on Youtube. Instantly I felt like I stumbled across a character I really felt like I could relate to. And that's not to say that there have not been other characters from animated films and TV shows that didn't strike a cord with me or that I otherwise really enjoy but the ones I mentioned here I just identify with on a more personable level.
Hey Dale sorry I didn't really get back to you when you first posted this clip art on my face book page.
But yes you were correct there is something very very Duchess like about
her. Although I think the likeness is almost certainly coincidental,
where is this from again? Some kind of Suicide Squad from the new 52 tie-in?
In the mean time let's take a trip down memory
lane of one of those moments in awesome as Duchess a.k.a Lashina
deliver some impromptu disciplinary measures in the field to Count Vertigo and Captain Boomerang
who were attempting to carry out a little mutiny during a mission. Although we find out later she had ulterior motives.