~The following are the views of the Jason Todd Comic Spot, they are in no way, shape or form considered to be coherent in any language or to any race or creed of people. Without any more stalling, I present to you What I learned from Blackest Night.~
What I learned from Blackest Night
That when people die, they come back as zombies to rip your heart out to power a huge battery so an obscure villain can come back to life.
When That obscure villain DOES infact come back to life, he will stand around for about four issues until finally it only takes one punch from Hal Jordan to defeat him.
When Sinestro is the only White Lantern he manages to die at least twice, when Hal Jordan is White Lantern he manages to recruit about 10 other people then defeat Nekron with the aformentioned one punch.
When the Anti-Monitor, scourge of the 1980's and the main reason Barry Allen died, by sacrificing his life to stop him comes back to life, no one cares at all. Not even Barry Allen.
When you come back first during the zombie invasion (Martian Manhunter, Aquaman, Firestorm) prepare to sit around for a bunch of issues doing and saying nothing, although in the issues where you returned you were a force to be reckoned with.
When someone carries around someone else's skull, It's not them.
If Batman's skull is to ever be found somewhere, it will almost definitely have Bat-ears for some reason,
In a time of Crisis, Batman, Red Robin and Robin will call each other Dick Grayson, Tim Drake and Damian Wayne right in front of people who do not know their secret identities.
Dove didn't rise because apparently he was content being dead, as he now has all the time in the world to read every book known to man.
DC couldn't go one major event without including at least ONE talking monkey.
Apparently when you're Captain Boomerang, you can die fat and out of shape and come back slim and in the best condition of your life.
When you're an obscure character who's whole way of life is being Dead, DC will bring you back to life just to show they'll resurrect ANYONE but Ted Kord.
Lex Luthor wants to be Superman.
Larfleeze wants a Blue Lantern Ring.
Mera didn't want kids apparently.
J'onn Jones wants some goddamn oreos, asap!
Despite being "Batman", Dick Grayson did absolutely nothing during Blackest Night. The most important thing he did was freeze himself so the Black Lanterns would think he was dead...and then they left and that's it.
Osiris got revenge on Sobek, and was finally at peace....then for some reason they brought him BACK to life.
Max Lord apparently is strong enough to mind control Guy Gardner, someone who has more Will than almost everyone on the entire planet.
Stay away from Blackest Night: Wonder Woman or else...for the love of God just stay away!
If everyone comes back from the dead magically, they will always, ALWAYS, strike a super cool pose. If you don't believe me, tell me why the hell Firestorm is making an energy orb in the picture below?
That's all I can think of right now but feel free to submit your own, what you learned from Blackest Night answers below, and as always feedback is appreciated. Don't forget to vote on the new poll as well that's Brightest Day related. As for Last week's which villain should get their own comic series.
Lex Luthor - 62.5%, Lex Luthor wins again, I bet you guys were the same that made him President :P
Jason Todd - 25.0%, 2nd place for the 2nd Robin.
Deathstroke - 12.5%, Third place for the World's Greatest Assassin
Sinestro - 0%, no votes for our favorite Fear monger.
Thanks again for reading and voting and until next time, you've just been gobsmacked!
- Jason Todd