What other DC superhero should Telltale make a game about?

I would like to see Green Arrow, The Flash or even Superman...

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  • I'd kill for Static Shock.

  • Superman is probably my choice. I think it could prove doing a game about a being whose powers make him hard to define in a game context in Telltale's game style could really work, plus you have access to the supporting cast of the Daily Planet with Lois, Jimmy, Perry and more. The main issue would be having choices which feel right to Superman, who is never going to do anything overly heartless or cruel if written properly.

    That said I wouldn't say not to game for Wonder Woman, the Teen Titans, Green Lantern Corps, Flash, Martian Manhunter and the like.

  • Not DC, but I'd like to see a Hellboy game.

  • I'd like a more grounded hero. Superman isn't my cup of tea for games. I think Wonder Woman, the Flash, and heck, maybe Aquaman could do well. Cyborg too. Actually, really any of the Justice League who's name isn't Superman.

  • Not DC but i would love for Telltale to make a Punisher game.

  • Even the Justice League Detroit members?

    I'd like a more grounded hero. Superman isn't my cup of tea for games. I think Wonder Woman, the Flash, and heck, maybe Aquaman could do well. Cyborg too. Actually, really any of the Justice League who's name isn't Superman.

  • HellBlazer. The ambiguous morality of John Constantine is perfect for a Telltale game.

  • I like the idea of being able to shape our own version of Superman in a Telltale game. He could be Christopher Reeve's idealistic boy scout or Henry Cavill's destructive, god-like antihero. We could even have the option of giving him the spit curl.

    Personally, I'd love to portray Superman as a naive, golly-gee-whiz figure lost in a gloomy, Zack Snyder-esque universe, but that's just me.

    Superman is probably my choice. I think it could prove doing a game about a being whose powers make him hard to define in a game c

  • I'm not much into DC Heroes so I'm only going off of colloquial knowledge, but maybe The Flash or Wonder Woman.

  • In terms of the actual play-style of Telltale games, I'd argue that the Question is one of the best candidates, and he was absolutely awesome in Justice League. That said, I doubt a "Telltale's: The Question" game would exactly be flying off the shelves.

  • Not DC, but Spiderman. Ugh, I would kill for a Spiderman game, especially with the recent kick in quality we've seen in Batman season 1+ the first episode of season 2.

  • It'd definitely be sneaky on Telltale's part if they announced a Wonder Woman series, just to troll the people who were expecting Superman.

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