doombug wrote:You said "Marriage does inhibit storytelling"
That was you.
It flat out does not if you're an actual fucking writer or anyone with an imagination. It's a lame excuse that's basically saying "I can't write this so I'm making up an excuse so I don't have to"
I think it does inhibit stories for some characters, like Spider-Man, who needs to be a bit of a loser, or Superman, where the Lois/Clark/Superman love-triangle is very important, for others, it doesn't. Animal Man works as a married character, especially since writers like Morrison and Lemire aren't afraid to change things.
Are you really saying that the likes of Dan Slott, Mark Waid, Zeb Wells, Grant Morrison and Greg Pak aren't actual writers and don't have any imaginations? Because they have written de-married Spider-Man and Superman.
In the case of Batwoman, I think it will inhibit her story, but then, I don't give a fuck about Batwoman either way.
I think DC want to have the flexibility to maybe change Batwoman's relationship status in the future, and once she's married, they won't be able to do that, because they'd be accused of homophobia, when really, they would just be being realistic, some gay people could divorce.