samuelzz10 wrote:I think it's dumb he can basically kill all of the justice league (in the doom comics)
So because one writer interpreted him that way, the whole character is dumb? The Batman and Robin movie was terrible, but that doesn't make Batman and Robin terrible characters. It just means someone decided to do what they wanted with the character, and it never caught on like Bonn-o-Tron. I get that many different writers and artists contribute to the canon of long-standing comics, but to completely shoot down a character because of something one writer put into the story.
If I were to write a comic about Iron Man time travelling to ancient Greece, summoning all the gods down to Earth and then killing them all with lasers, would it automatically make Iron Man a bad character?
samuelzz10 wrote:Batman has a wild fantasy of ridding the world of criminals, while iron man is just doing the job
Your definition of "one-dimensional" is really screwed up. How is having a goal one-dimensional, but just doing something because you have to isn't?