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Review of chapter "The Picnic" from Linauri
Oh, that's just mean. You finally come back and leave us with an evil cliffie... Oooh! I can't wait to read more, soon I hope. Still loving the story.

Was looking through recent reviews, and saw djhardim's quote about Red Hood's argument with Batman. I couldn't help thinking about the last part, "-he knows if he starts killing, he will never stop. ..'" and wondering if Batman simply meant that by crossing that line, you can't go back. Not so much that he would always kill, but that it would be easier to justify killing every Joker level criminal rather than risk the possibility Arkham/ prison would fail to help them as it did the Joker.
... Or maybe he really does live that close to the edge that he's one bad day away from joining the Joker on a rampage.
Comments from author:
There's no cliff, just some steps leading underground. LOL
Review By [Linauri] • Date [14 Dec 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Picnic" from DieselDriver
Darn, I'm going to have to go back and read the entire story when it's done to get a good gestalt of it. I can only vaguely remember what went on before. Curse my poor memory. Hurray for my poor memory, good stories can be new again after awhile... LOL

If I found the genii bottle I think the first thing I would wish for would be perfect memory, defined as always being able to remember what I want or need to remember, passwords, math formulas, theories and where I found a particular bit of evidence, names, faces, etc., while being able to "archive" unpleasant memories where they could still be accessed if needed but not without deliberate effort.
Comments from author:
Not a bad thing to wish for but you also need to be able to relabel things as time goes on.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [12 Dec 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from Rich
Bruce Wayne hired the three Stooges as lawyers ?
Review By [Rich] • Date [11 Dec 14] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Picnic" from raxadian
Ah, so he will try to recruit Buffy?
Review By [raxadian] • Date [11 Dec 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from raxadian
Well, I love Buffy as the Huntress.
Review By [raxadian] • Date [30 Sep 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from borgrabbit
Calling Dr Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard! Calling Dr Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard! Woo woo woo woo! For duty and Humanity!

Icky Twerp hosted Slam Bang Theater, which played several episodes every day before school.
Review By [borgrabbit] • Date [31 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from bradsan
Gosh I love this story.

The old batman did kill some enemy's in the first comics and I think in the first movie. He didn't liked it but he did. The not killing part came later can't tell when but I never understood it. Very dangerous criminals get away because of it. Buffy did kill some knights, in the series. She probably pushed it back because she didn't want to know it. But this Buffy didn't. I don't count hyena possessed Xander because that was a accident.

I don't agree with Batman and Gordon that when she kills she crosses a line. Sometimes it's them, her or a innocent. She would choose the criminal. She wouldn't like it and feeling guilty about it but she would do it. I also think she would do everything possible to avoid it.
I think that Batman and Gordon needs to see the grey instead of thinking black and white. Sometimes you have no choice. I also don't think when she kills once she would do it easier the second time. Nope not Buffy.

Great story can't wait for the next update. I like how Jenny and Buffy get along . In the beginning I hated how Jenny used to much magic to accomplished things but I like the way it is now. Buffy is better over here then in Sunnydale.
Review By [bradsan] • Date [24 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from burmafrdnow
the no killing thing in Batman is just as moronic as the no killing humans thing in BTVS. So you let them go and they hurt other innocents. Really moral, right?

Its like that garbage that is quoted all the time by idiots

"Better a thousand guilty go free rather than one innocent not"

which ignores the future victims of that thousand guilty. Total complete garbage and frankly I hope that anyone that spouts it gets mugged by someone that got off on a technicality by some sleazy lawyer.
Comments from author:
Your opinion is noted and I ask that reviews to this story not be used as a forum to debate this. Please do that offline from here. This review is left as is as I respect the rights of everyone to express an opinion as it might relate to my story. Since this was a public review, a debate of such a pointed opinion is not going to relate that much to my story so again I ask that if any of my readers wish to debate this they chose a more appropriate forum to do so.

Thank you.
Review By [burmafrdnow] • Date [24 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from djhardim
The business about Batman not killing came up in the direct to video, "Batman:Under the Red Hood".

'..Red Hood takes the Joker to an abandoned apartment and savagely beats him with a crowbar the same way he was beaten five years' ago. He then meets Batman in Crime Alley, where they first met, and they get into a fight that culminates with Jason holding Batman at gunpoint and demanding to know why he has not killed the Joker. Batman says that although he has thought every day about killing the Joker, he cannot bring himself to do it — he knows if he starts killing, he will never stop. ..'
Comments from author:
Then he has less control than he appears. Most soldiers and police officers can kill and not keep on killing. Therefore if he is that much of a danger, he should go live on a deserted island and not face temptation every day like he is. Of course this is the writers who have him in that mindset because of the dark nature he has been given in recent years. I never got that from the comics of the 50's, 60's, & 70's.
Review By [djhardim] • Date [24 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from TaraLi
I hadn't really been considering the names closely. But I guess Christine finally did marry Harry, eh?

Good story - kind of complicated, but I'm following it pretty well.
Comments from author:
Good guess.

Glad you like it.
Review By [TaraLi] • Date [24 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from (Recent Donor)ConstanceTruggle
By the time I've gotten to the reviewing, I've forgotten about our friends you mention. Like good Chuck at the end there. His name would happen to be Charles Edmond Cheas, by any chance? Waiting for more.

Comments from author:
It is a distinct possibility.
Review By [(Recent Donor)ConstanceTruggle] • Date [24 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers II" from batzulger
Well, Howard, Fine, and Howard are stooges.
Comments from author:
True, but that was more of a hit to the head than some of my more subtle namings like I did back in Chapter 19.
Review By [batzulger] • Date [23 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Lawyers" from DieselDriver
You know, there just seems to be something about Flatman and Ribbon just just aches for people to make fun of him in these stories.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [18 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Move/Counter Move" from DieselDriver
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [18 Aug 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Conversations" from DieselDriver
"Gotham doesn’t need to revert to Old West justice."

Most of "Old West Justice" is a fabrication of the Hollywood movie makers. 99% at least. Nobody did those stupid stand in the streets and wait for the other guy to draw for instance. Most of that sort had what happened to "Bad Bob" in "Judge Roy Bean" happen to them. Or like happened to the baddie in "Liberty Valence" with John Wayne shooting the bad guy with a rifle while an idiot played by Jimmy Stewart was unwitting bait in the street. None of the robbers were otherwise sweet guys with girlfriends who were just misunderstood. They were unsavory bastards and got what was coming to them like in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid". A lot more of them were cornered and shot down like that than Hollywood would have you think.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [18 Aug 14] • Not Rated
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