Source: CBS Detroit
Yeah, it's a slow news day.
Going around the net, there's a report of Superman v Batman director Zack Snyder calling up Detroit radio station 97.1 The Ticket to defend the honor of Aquaman, who the hosts were talking shit about earlier in the broadcast.
I don't want to give anything away about the movie or anything like that, but... Aquaman has some cool abilities that I guess people are like "oh what, does he talk to animals, cause that seems like what he does, or fish, or whatever," but the cool thing is that his trident can actually cut the flesh of Superman if they came in contact. That's a thing that's in the canon. He's super strong because he can exist at super deep depths, so when he comes up here, it's like, he's crazy strong... But anyway, I'm not saying he's in the movie or anything, but he has the potential to be bad ass.
The lady doth protest too much, methinks.
Of course Snyder's assessment of a character's coolness is whether or not he can "cut the flesh" of another character with his trident. What a douche. If you can stomach listening to radio jock Bill McAllister and his hacky co-hosts talking in phony radio voices and fake laughing hysterically at everything Snyder says, you can listen to the full call here.
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