July 12, 2009
Having Ozymandias be the one making the presentation instead of a Minuteman takes something away. Ozymandias, like all second-generation masks, ends up taking what the first generation did too seriously and takes away some of how self-centered every single costumed adventurer is. He doesn't walk away recognizing that Comedian dunking on Captain Metropolis' idea is just bullying and a misdirected grudge against Hooded Justice. He didn't quite register that Captain Metropolis saying 'Someone has to save the world' was just an attempt to get someone to stay and take him seriously. Ozymandias overanalyzes what happened without considering the human element of it, he sees only the big picture and not the human moments that make the big picture. I doubt Comedian gave that night a second thought other than to think what a loser Captain Metropolis was, but his improvised pettiness spurs Ozymandias into spending a good portion of his life into a plan whose scope is staggering.
No one ever asked the Comedian why he was super hero. Considering his behavior, I find that odd
Where is Captain Metropolis?
Ozymandias is a prisoner in one of Jupiter's Moon... Mr. Philips and Ms. Crooshanks are good servants.
A cautionary tale and a satire for things to come. (Marvel)
Little did Comedian know that in his speech he gave material to Adrian to come up with the greatest practical joke in history
While Comedian is correct, he deserved everything Ozymandias gave him.
Is the Comedian an hero or an anti hero?
Comedian: once the nukes start flying where all dead Dr manhattan: am I a joke to you
I think Blake only went there to roast them