It's always best to follow your heart.
Perfection. The world can just end right now.
At least she wasn't being dramatic. Had she been too dramatic, I might have just had to kill myself.
Everything she says is so dramatic and flamboyant. It just makes me want to set myself on fire.
While overly dramatic, she has a point. DC just flushed over two decades worth of critically acclaimed character development down the toilet.
Well, at the end of the day, it's a comic.
Not to understate my reaction, but "hm."
Every time someone flippantly mentions that they want to kill themselves, I get the compulsion to start air guitaring and growling out the lyrics from Sentenced's "Excuse Me While I Kill Myself"...I think it's becoming a problem. >_>;
If it was Oracle #1 then I'd agree.
A+, Anon 3:23
If that's not being dramatic, then what exactly would she consider being dramatic? I can only assume it would involve adding the phrase "-after killing everyone else" afterward.
Personally, I kinda gave up on the DC universe when I saw Jason Todd walking about. Still, I didn't kill myself. I did die a little inside though. Not to be dramatic or anything.
Overly dramatic would be a mail bomb to DC. Its understandable (and getting more and more understandable) and gets your point across, sort of, yet its still kinda over the top.
I can't decide what's worse- this DC reboot or the fact that they are apparently killing off their only successful movie franchise.
The closest I've ever come to killing myself over something comic related was when I first saw the photo of Nicholas Cage in Tim Burton's Superman outfit. But even then it was just an unintentional gag reflex while mowing down on Funyuns.
So what's Stephanie Brown doing now?
Half of the people I know who read comics totally agree with this person, and one has even said that that's the exact reason they don't read comics anymore.
Please, don't let us stop you
Not to be dramatic, but reading this makes me want to take up acting.
Re: Person ManMost likely she was trying to express something more akin to "excuse me for being overly dramatic."
@Wolfman-Al: You might want to clarify that you mean the comics publisher. The authorities do not find the phrase "mail a bomb to DC" funny in any context.