Neither are correct. This character (as far as I know) has never been seen with Tinya (romantically speaking).
Although Ultra-Boy seems like the obvious choice, it isn't him. Him and Tinya are never shown as a couple. In fact, besides brief stints with Saturn Girl and Triplicate Girl, Jo is never shown in any relationship with anyone.
And Reep Daggle is known as Chameleon on Earth-Prime, not Chameleon Boy.
Either way, I imagine it is a LOSH character. I'll do a little thinking of others who have had crushes on Tinya and get back to you. I have little knowledge of that specific continuity of LOSH, though. However, based on the little bit that I've seen looking into that continuity, I think it will probably be my least favorite timeline for LOSH. Most of my reading has been for the pre-Zero Hour continuity versions of the characters.
At this point, all I can do is guess. But to be considerate to other would-be guessers, I suppose I'll give one guess at a time and wait for confirmation one way or the other.
My next guess will be Dream Boy -- predominantly because he's the one I know the least about.
Well, Bobbie, thanks for correcting me. It was but a spelling mistake, not a random guess, coming from someone with very little knowledge of Prime Earth. But, I'll throw in another guess: Lightning Lad (is he just "Lightning"?).
For one, not the one I had in mind (I'd give it to you, but...). Two, the closest thing to that we got to that was him joining the Legion of Doom in season 3 of Unlimited, but that could easily be revenge-fueled, and not satisfactory (unless you can give me another example).
What I was saying is that Toyman was, initially, seeking revenge against Bruno Manheim, and later to recapture his love slave robot. It doesn't make much sense for him to join the Legion, but not necessarily a retcon.
Now, Volcana is right, and I'll give it to you, even though that's not the retcon. At the end of Up In Smoke (her first episode), Superman takes her to a deserted island and regularly brings her food. She was presented as reformed. Then, in Unity, she's back, committing crimes. I don't believe the organization that experimented on her was disclosed, originally, but all I asked for was the character, so go ahead.
I don't think I made it clear enough why that's a retcon. The episode, at first, presented her as the villain, but it turned out kind of like Heroes form Batman Beyond, except she didn't go nuts at the end, and Superman had to sae her. It was a story of the government turning her into a weapon, and her desiring otherwise. And when she got what she wanted, it would make no sense for her to return, and become a baddie again. It's so nonsensical, that I consider it a retcon. (I also said "essentially", to hopefully clarify that they never went and said, "this didn't happen", but got about as close as you can.)
The reason I thought it was her was because she originally was born with her powers IIRC, but later on in JLU, an old military guy that Kara, Ollie, and Vic questioned said "That Volcana Lady, she was one of ours." Meaning Cadmus. Oh well.
Time for another Legion-related question.
What three classic Legionnaire appear on a LOSH Vol 5 cover, but never in any issues?
This may be easy, but I had to look it up recently, so:
What is the lowest-numbered pre-Crisis alternate Earth that we know nothing about? We know what Earth-One is, and Earth-Two, etc. How far do we have to go to find an Earth that hasn't appeared in comics (yet)?
In the "Radioactive Man" comics, based on The Simpsons, what character parallels (and parodies) Green Arrow? Yeah, this one ain't the hardest, but I don't have any in store. I just couldn't resist that Zoo Crew one.
Arise got it! It was a collectible Ivy figure (I think he said it was Mego, but I'm going through my DVD commentaries to find the exact quote). There are a few uncomfortable moments between the two. The Superman TAS "Tools of the Trade" commentary is simultaneously awkward and hilarious.
I found the right track. On "Last Son of Krypton, Par 1", Dan Riba is talking about standing up to Bruce, and Paul says, "I stood up to Bruce, once. He threw a sculpture of Poison Ivy at my head." I don't think he made it up, but I wasn't sure, so I specified, "reportedly".
Nope. Think about the event: Darkseid fails to take over Earth (insert any world-level evil plan), and after Turpin aids in foiling him, he punishes Turpin (also, I'm gonna be without internet for most of today, all of tomorrow, and probably a lot of the nest day, so don't rush to answer.
When Roy Harper first moved to LA to start a new life with baby Lian, what was his first employers name, and by the end of his first job, what was the FULL description of his boss' business on the door?
Well, assuming this means it's my turn. I have one. Roy Harper and Oliver Queen have a decent amount in common. They are both archers. They are both fathers. They also have both lived with a female of the same name. To reiterate, I mean, at some point in their lives both Roy and Ollie have lived with a female (one female each - separate females), whereupon both females had the same first name. What is that name?
When Roy gained custody of Lian, he moved to Northern Ireland to connect with his roots and start a new life. The house he leased there was already inhabited by two orphan girls who were squatting, Moira and "Buttons". Although they were only in that house for two nights at the most before it burned down, he technically lived with a Moira, and as we all know when Owwie was a widdle boy he wived wiff his mommy, Moiwa.
Yes, it was a very short tenure together, but it was one. Moira is the answer. I was inspired by it thanks to Arise Etrigan's last question about Roy that was found in Action Comics. Roy has multiple stories in Action Comics for a while. It would be nice if all of them ended up collected into a single trade one day.
Eh, I didn't have my copies on me, and it had been well over a year since I read the issues. Also, I was feeling very lazy at that moment. Actually, I'm still feeling too lazy to look it up even in this moment, which is a shame because it could be an easy way to get to ask another question.
SforHope got it! I would've accepted the crew just changing their minds, as that's Bruce Timm's story, but Tim Curry said it was a result of his bronchitis. The "too scary" thing just seems to be a rumour.
I would think that no exec would remove Tim Curry with mark Hamill (more star power with Curry), but it's a kid show, so we can't o anything that might make somebody outside of the 6-11-year-old boy demographic want to watch our show and collect action figures based on it and whatnot.
What "classic" (depends on your definition. It wasn't any good, but it was a childhood favourite for many a kid living in the dark age of TV animation) cartoon was reimagined in comic form in the last 25 years with a character that murdered the wife and unborn child of the protagonist, and filmed it?
Maybe this one's too easy, but at least it's researchable. What major villain in Batman the Animated Series was reduced to what was basically a cameo in The New Batman Adventures? (Sorry if all the DCAU questions get old; It's just what I know best.)
So I skimmed through my Robin Showcase finding no verbal confirmations but with science to be a common trend. The most specific hint being in Batman #246 when Bruce speaks with one of his professors who has molecular models on the board behind him implying he studied chemistry.
A commentary? What use was Dicky-boy ever going to find use for astro-mechanics? Build a spaceship to abduct Kory from one of her two husbands? It's a good thing he dropped out of Hudson University, Bruce Wayne may be rich but that's no excuse to be wasteful. However, the interesting information in question was well presented and easy to locate... I'm guessing Kyletheobald included that?
As for my long awaited question, it will stump all of you who have never read anything bigger than an 80 page giant.
In the novel A Confederacy of Dunces, what comic book character did Ignatius J. Reilly include in his reading program to Dorian Greene so that he "may understand the crisis of our age."
Arise, Ignatius is the greatest hero in literature; though, I don't think I know SfH well enough to agree or disagree (I think I'm overstepping boundaries just calling him "SfH").
Despite its focus on the Sliver Age (mostly, with some Bronze, and maybe other ages depending on your definitions), Batman the Brave and the Bold featured a character in a supporting role that was a recent creation (21st century). Who was this? To be clear, the character had a number of appearances teaming up with Batman in the series.
And even then, Don Hall was actually raised from the dead as a zombie once. But then when BD/BN happened, he refused to be "revived" a second time. I prefer the version of the story where Don Hall is too "at peace" to be brought back.
Yes, wise-ass, I've read War of the Gods. Let's not forget Little Mermaid and Golden Eagle were also resurrected as Hades shades despite being revealed to never have actually died later on, so Don's brief resurgence can just as easily be ignored.
I would like to ignore it as well -- and I'd similarly like to ignore Golden Eagle's resurrection, considering it was essentially retconned as well. Like I said, I prefer the versions where War of the Gods isn't exactly remembered.
Sorry, that did sound a bit harsh. I was writing in a hurry and I had a long response planned.
Correct!!! Timber Wolf was the only person to vote against Sun Boy re-joining.
The reason is because Sun Boy became the leader of Terror Firma, a rehabilitated terrorist organization that destroyed Projectra's planet. And, because Projectra and Brin we're dating, he went into protective boyfriend mode against Dirk.
You might want to ask your question in a new thread. This one's massive.
I mainly reply through Gmail (I get notifications for threads via email), but, in the off chance that the notification doesn't show up, I thought it would be convenient to have a shorter thread to scroll through.
Plus, it gives us bragging rights that we had 14 consecutive threads dedicated to trivia.