enduring the physical abuse of the Catholic orphanage where he was housed. He uses his skills and his alternative moral code first to detect and then to foil a plot by Lex Luthor not only to assassinate Superman (using chi energy which Sage can detect) but to prevent his return from the dead (which Superman had recently. The, question (real name. Cyberpunk 2077 and, the Last Of Us 2 boasting a strong lgbtq presence (and other high profile titles like. In the image, Seulgi was seen sitting next to Julien Kang. This version of the character being more in line with Steve Ditko's. Recently, Julien Kang shared a photo of the '. The Question 's series by Denny O'Neil presented Pseudoderm as Rodor's attempt to create an artificial skin for humanitarian purposes. Batman arrives and frees Question. Producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that DC Films has Vic Sage / The Question in development for some future appearance, after previously stating how much he would have liked to use the character for the television series shared universe he oversees, the Arrowverse.
The, question 's secret identity was originally Vic Sage. The Question 's most frequent foe was Max Bine.k.a. In The Question #17, Vic picks up a copy of Watchmen to read on a trip and initially sees Rorschach as being quite cool. 4 For the majority of the series, Vic Sage is covertly assisting the good-hearted Myra Fermin to win the seat of Hub City Mayor. He resists this temptation during his time in Hub City, realizing that part of his desire to go so choice and Control in Macbeth far is just to see what it feels like to take a life. Despite their long-term friendship, she never connects that Sage and "the man without a face" are one and the same until the very end of his time at Hub City. Hub City is once again featured in the episode "Second Chances". His fears proved moot, however, when the actions of Cadmus, Braniac and Superman caused a change in the established events, causing the Justice Lords to never exist in this reality. Citation needed The binary gas reacts with chemicals in Sage's treated clothing and hair, causing them to change color. 8 The Question Annual #2 retroactively altered the character's origin by revealing that Vic Sage was originally Charles Victor Szasz (not to be mistaken with serial killer Victor Zsasz an orphan who had a reputation as a troublemaker. Equipment edit The Question 's mask is made from Pseudoderm, a substance made by Doctor Aristotle Rodor.