La re-aparición de unas polémicas declaraciones de Snyder sobre "su manera de entender los superhéroes" ya han tenido una breve pero preclara reacción por parte del creador de Firestorm o Punisher (ambos excelentemente adaptados a otros medios, hay que añadir).
Estas son las declaraciones:
You could call it “high-brow” comics, but to me, that comic book was just pretty sexy! I had a buddy who tried getting me into “normal” comic books, but I was all like, “No one is having sex or killing each other. This isn’t really doing it for me.” I was a little broken, that way. So when Watchmen came along, I was, “This is more my scene.”
Everyone says that about [Christopher Nolan’s] Batman Begins. “Batman’s dark.” I’m like, okay, “No, Batman’s cool.” He gets to go to a Tibetan monastery and be trained by ninjas. Okay? I want to do that. But he doesn’t, like, get raped in prison. That could happen in my movie. If you want to talk about dark, that’s how that would go.
Conway añade: The real mystery is why Warners gave him their whole superhero franchise after “Watchmen” and “Sucker Punch” flopped.
¿Que decís...? ¿Que Warner está en condiciones de tener una polémica de estas cada dos o tres días...?
¡YO DIGO NO! (con permiso de Thor y de Machuca...)