2012-02-08 16:34 (UTC)
That's exactly how I feel about it. Part of why it works is the story, I think, with Superman acting as the general traditional superhero who's not in tune with this kind of threat, whereas the urban shaman is.
For some reason I like the idea of a malleable Question. He's distinctly different every time a writer gets a hold of him, but somehow fits into the story and makes it feel right. This is as perfect to a Rick Veitch story as the grim-zen Vic was to O'Neill's philosophical crime stories, and as an objectivist Vic was to Ditko's morality tales, and as conspiracy nut Vic was to McDuffie's shadow government epic, and as humorous mentor Vic was to Rucka's Montoya's transitioning.
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