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Edited by Adnan
@TheMess1428: hm, I suppose New Guardians isn't really explicitly Green Lanterns-focused then. My bad.
 
Edit: I meant to say 3 of the 4 titles, I know Red Lanterns isn't focused on the Greens lol
Posted by TheMess1428

@Adnan: Yeah and the Red Lanterns rarely ever show a Green Lantern in their book, if at all.

Posted by The Stegman

I say keep all the current titles and just have more than a 52 set number.

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Posted by TheMess1428

@The Stegman said:

I say keep all the current titles and just have more than a 52 set number.

I wish that were possible but in the current era of DC, we won't unless the other titles are mini-series, digital firsts, or outside continuity. I'm guessing Cyborg is going to be in the third wave now.

Posted by Baberaham_Lincoln

With the introduction of a new creative team for the Dark Knight series, i hope we see something awesome for the future of that series.

Posted by matchesmalone21

Red Lanterns,Batman:The Dark knight,Ressurection Man,Legion Lost,Grifter,Blue Beetle,Superboy are my personal choice,these are the worst.

Especially Superboy (only good standing in Teen Titans),Lost Legion (an hour they will have to go home) and Red Lanterns (there is no history, only wild brawl).

Posted by TheMess1428

@matchesmalone21 said:

Red Lanterns, Batman: The Dark Knight, Resurrection Man, Legion Lost, Grifter, Blue Beetle, and Superboy are my personal choice. These are the worst.

Especially Superboy (only good standing in Teen Titans), Legion Lost (an hour they will have to go home) and Red Lanterns (there is no history, only wild brawl).

You're only supposed to choose 6 titles. Not 7. And I personally like Grifter. Still trying to catch up on my Legion stuff before I jump into Legion Lost, but I'm sure, Superboy and Legion Lost are not going to get cancelled anytime soon.

Posted by Mediumflyer7

I think they might start a digital (or non-digital) Dark knight trilogy spin off. Does anyone else think this would be good? They have already had a smallville spin off!

Posted by TheMess1428

@Mediumflyer7 said:

I think they might start a digital (or non-digital) Dark knight trilogy spin off. Does anyone else think this would be good? They have already had a smallville spin off!

They already announced a digital-first comic called DARK KNIGHT that existed outside the comic book continuity but they later changed the title to BATMAN and decided to make it a bunch of random creators getting a stab at doing Batman. I don't know if it will having anything to do with the movie trilogy though. There were rumors that they would make a live action Batman television series based on the the movie trilogy and was rumored to show stories after the end of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES but that was before they announced that the movie had been set 8 years after the second movie, so it could be telling the stories from those 8 years, possibly...

Posted by primepower53

@JonesDeini said:

@TheOptimist said:

Captain Atom, Voodoo, Fury of Firestorm, Savage Hawkman, Grifter, DC Universe Presents (or perhaps Blue Beetle or Legion Lost in substitution for one of these). These are the books that currently have the most evidence for qualifying for cancellation. Reviews and personal opinions aside, Catwoman, Red Lanterns and Batman: The Dark Knight have too strong of sales to merit cancellation at this point. Also, Dark Knight is getting a change in writers coming up, switching to the author of the recent Penguin miniseries which, given the expectations for it, was incredibly well received. I'd beg people to give Dark Knight another chance when his time starts... it'll be like a new title starting at that point. The series that I selected were those consistently showing the lowest rankings on chart in tandem with the largest portion of their starting readership having be shed. I factored in the current 'rate of decay' which suggests that those one will be the first to cross the typical cancellation threshold. At this point, the only two series that are at or below that line are Captain Atom and Voodoo (and that is with the excluded returnables included... given the numbers and anecdotal evidence in context with the returnability context, not many retailers can apply returnability at this time).

Yup

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Posted by Sekele

I'd prefer to keep the Red Lanterns and I, Vampire tho

Posted by Jonni_Beretta

I would personally cancel

Captain Atom

The fury of firestorm : the nuclear men

LegionLost

Legion of superheroes

Stormwatch

Superboy

id love if Dc were to introduce in september SHAZAM no1, his arc in the justice league has been amazing an would be a fantastic series in my opinion

Posted by TheOptimist

@Sekele said:

I'd prefer to keep the Red Lanterns and I, Vampire tho

Luckily, I Vampire has received a sort of second wind from its crossover with JLD. Purely from a sales standpoint, it is doing much better, particularly given that its sales have increased in both of the last two months.

Reassessing the figures, purely from a standpoint of sales, those titles I see as being in jeopardy right now are (in endangered order):

Group 1: Captain Atom, Grifter, Voodoo, DC Universe Presents, Blue Beetle, Fury of Firestorm

Group 2: Resurrection Man, Savage Hawkman, Frankenstein, Batwing, Deathstroke and Green Arrow.

In order to make this determination, I evaluated the sales of the first and two most recent issues of the titles, their averages sales, average loss, monthly loss, monthly percentage drop, overall percentage drop and average percent drop. The above results are purely from a statistical standpoint. I personally have loved several of the above titles, and some of my favorite issues have come from Blue Beetle, Resurrection Man, Frankenstein and Batwing. But the fact is that something will eventually be cancelled... these are the ones I see as the danger zone, based on the given factors. The positive end of things gives these two groups as the safest:

Group 1: Batman, Nightwing, Aquaman, Batman: The Dark Knight, Detective Comics, Justice League

Group 2: Animal Man, Teen Titans, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Swamp Thing, Batman & Robin.

Of note, several of the titles in jeopardy have potential boost or stabilizing factors approaching...

Grifter, DC Universe Presents, Savage Hawkman and Deathstroke all feature upcoming major creative changes.

Jeopardy titles receiving some element of upcoming potential crossover effect include: Blue Beetle (GL: NG), Firestorm (JLI), Resurrection Man (Squad), Frankenstein (Animal Man), Batwing (Night of the Owls)

Again, if you see a title you love in jeopardy... don't wait until the cancellation is announced to complain and campaign. I recently posted my thoughts on saving a title of my interest... if you want people to read it, share those thoughts. It can't really hurt.

Posted by Jonni_Beretta

i really hope Blue Beetle stays it would be a disaster if it got cancelled its been consistently great from launch...he reminds me very much of miles Morales from ultimate spiderman. Hopefully they keep it around its definately in my top 5 of the new 52

Posted by TheOptimist

@Jonni_Beretta said:

i really hope Blue Beetle stays it would be a disaster if it got cancelled its been consistently great from launch...he reminds me very much of miles Morales from ultimate spiderman. Hopefully they keep it around its definately in my top 5 of the new 52

Well... there is good news and there is bad news... all of which is entirely subjective...

Bad News: It is one of the lowest books out there right now and hasn't held up well percentage-wise. The series has already been offered a second life, after living an incredibly extended first life back from 06-09. It is rapidly approaching the historically suggested mark of reasonable cancellation.

Good News: It isn't to the death rattle yet. It still has some breathing room, which is the best thing it can be offered. The longer the series lasts, the more chances it has to succeed. This should be incredibly bolstered by the fact that it will be crossing over with New Guardians. While not likely to match the effect of crossing over with the Sinestro Corps War as it did previously, that crossover nearly doubled the overall units sold on the book and provided it more readers to shed over time. The New Guardians crossover, which has been in the works for a long time, is sure to be an uplifting factor that will provide some element of exposure for the character and title. It is also still outperforming the end of its last run, which concluded at the 10k sales mark.

Despite my sincere hope for the title, I wouldn't bank on it being among the longer lasting titles... the best thing that can really be done at this point is to keep buying the book and share with as many people as possible the reasons why they should be joining in the fun.

Posted by knighthood

I would prefer these to be canceled...

  1. Voodoo
  2. Grifter
  3. Redhood and the Outlaws
  4. Fury of Firestorm
  5. Deathstroke
  6. a Lantern related book or TDK

Replacement ideas would be...

  1. Doom Patrol
  2. The Spectre
  3. Wildcats
  4. Outsiders
  5. Challengers of the Unknown
  6. Zealot

On a side note, I really enjoy Captain Atom and I, Vampire.

Posted by TheMess1428

@knighthood: I love Red Hood and Grifter. I hope they don't go away. I'm sad they changed Deathstroke. But you really think Spectre, the Challengers, and Zealot could hold their own title right now? And the Wildcats and Authority don't exist on this universe.

Edited by ZEELLO

Ah I didn't know some were cancelled. This is good to know, this way I know to avoid them.

So ''The new 52'' is more like The New 46! I think I will call it that from now on. 46 is still way too many though.

gosh, Liefield's comic was among the ones cancelled.

Posted by TheMess1428

@ZEELLO: Well they replaced them so it is 52 again. lol

Posted by ZEELLO

@TheMess1428 said:

@ZEELLO: Well they replaced them so it is 52 again. lol

yea I mentally discounted the new ones for some reason. I should look them up, but I think I am naturally more interested in the first wave. After all, we know this of the other 46 -- they were at least good enough not to get cancelled right away. :p

Posted by TheMess1428

@ZEELLO: Well when they analyzed the reaction to the New 52 they looked at the sales. They pretty much decided to cancel the 6 bottom titles and then replace them with other titles that think people would like better. They also made creator changes on other books like Deathstroke, Grifter, and Hawkman. Some of the cancelled should have just gotten creator changes though.

Posted by ZEELLO

@TheMess1428 said:

@ZEELLO: Well when they analyzed the reaction to the New 52 they looked at the sales. They pretty much decided to cancel the 6 bottom titles and then replace them with other titles that think people would like better. They also made creator changes on other books like Deathstroke, Grifter, and Hawkman. Some of the cancelled should have just gotten creator changes though.

Are creator changes a big deal? I'd be interested in seeing a list of New 52 books that got creator changes.

Posted by TheMess1428

@ZEELLO: I can do some research and give you some details within a couple days if you would like. But as an example, Deathstroke #1-8 were written by Kyle Higgins and drawn by Joe Bennett and #9 was written and drawn by Rob Liefeld. Now I loved the first 8 issues of Deathstroke. They were quite awesome and had a great story. Not enough people were buying it so they gave it a creator change just to sell more issues and perhaps create a better story or so they thought. #9, compared to the rest, sucked. It was an okay comic but it definitely sucked compared to the first 8 issues.

Posted by ZEELLO

@TheMess1428 said:

@ZEELLO: I can do some research and give you some details within a couple days if you would like.

nah, I just thought there'd be a list or a page for it somewhere. Come to think of it, what's the point of a creator change if they're not going to advertise the fact there was a change?

''#9 was written and drawn by Rob Liefeld''

oh dear.

Posted by TheMess1428

@ZEELLO: They do advertise it. There are a few articles on random sites, including this one that tell about the creator changes but some were not advertised as much as others. And no, there isn't a list anywhere. Maybe I should make one in another blog.

Posted by knighthood

@TheMess1428 said:

@knighthood: I love Red Hood and Grifter. I hope they don't go away. I'm sad they changed Deathstroke. But you really think Spectre, the Challengers, and Zealot could hold their own title right now? And the Wildcats and Authority don't exist on this universe.

I just dropped Redhood. It has great art, but I really haven't been impressed lately.

Liefeld is the touch of death for any comic series. That is why Grifter is on my list.

A Spectre title would be a great addition to the dark group. I'd rather see Challengers than another GI Combat title.

Stormwatch is the Authority + Martian Manhunter. Grifter and Voodoo are major parts of Wildcats, if they can be parts of the DCU why couldn't Ladytron, Spartan, Maul, and Void?

Speaking of which, Warblade's recent appearance in the Culling crossover was so weak. But Gen 13's Fairchild in Superboy has been great. I'm hoping The Ravagers is a good series.

Posted by TheOptimist

@ZEELLO said:

nah, I just thought there'd be a list or a page for it somewhere. Come to think of it, what's the point of a creator change if they're not going to advertise the fact there was a change?

''#9 was written and drawn by Rob Liefeld''

oh dear.

They do advertise the creative changes... in solicitations, covers and advertisements. I actually keep track of the writers/artists of all the DC New 52 books in a list here on comicvine... while not quite efficient for what you're looking for, it lists all issues that a creator is responsible for since the creation of the new 52... it is currently being updated, but here are some highlights of information:

Books that have received a New Writer

Batman: The Dark Knight (Gregg Hurwitz, taking over at issue #10)

DC Universe Presents (James Robinson, taking over at issue #9)

Deathstroke (Rob Liefeld, took over at issue #9)

Frankenstein (Matt Kindt, taking over at issue #10)

Green Arrow (Ann Nocenti, took over at issue #7)

Grifter (Rob Liefeld plotting, Frank Tieri scripting, taking over at issue #9)

Justice League Dark (Jeff Lemire, taking over at issue #9)

Legion Lost (Tom DeFalco, took over at issue #7)

Stormwatch (Peter Milligan, took over at issue #9)

Superman (Dan Jurgens, took over at issue #9)

Fury of Firestorm (Gail Simone departed, replaced by Joe Harris at #7)

Voodoo (Josh Williamson, took over at issue #4)

Artists Changes

I'm not going to list them all, because artists tend to change rather frequently, allow fill in arcs and the like... many of the books retain their core artists but have a guest fill in with them at some point... I'm just going to include some of the notable that spring to mind.

Animal Man (Steve Pugh), Batwing (Marcus To), Birds of Prey (Travel Foreman), Resurrection Man (Jesus Saiz), Savage Hawkman (Joe Bennett), Deathstroke (Rob Liefeld)

As a note, many of those are merely rotations from one book to another... Travel Foreman wanted to take a break from Animal Man because of personal reasons connecting to the theme of death that was pervasive throughout the book.

Posted by Saren

Where is the Fourth World book, DC? Where?

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Posted by Dark_Vengeance_

wait,wait let me get this straight, they're cancelling series and putting, Batman incorporated. only one to decribe how I feel right now.

Posted by Dernman
@CitizenBane said:

Where is the Fourth World book, DC? Where?

They talked about Multiplicity way back when 52 first started. I thought it was a summer event. They must have pushed it back. Maybe the fall. Hope they didn't change their mind.
Posted by TheOptimist

@Dernman said:

@CitizenBane said:

Where is the Fourth World book, DC? Where?

They talked about Multiplicity way back when 52 first started. I thought it was a summer event. They must have pushed it back. Maybe the fall. Hope they didn't change their mind.

Multiversity has been slated for summer... not only this summer, but the previous summer as well. And the one before that even. That book... *sigh* Well, we'll see if it ever comes out.

Posted by sethysquare

Bottom 12, from the highest sales.

I predict these 12 would be cancelled. Deathstroke however have been increasing in sales, so, if it increases enough then probably Batwing would get cancelled in its place.

Deathstroke

I, Vampire

Savage Hawkman

Legion Lost

Frankenstein

DCU Presents

Fury of Firestorm

Resurrection Man

Grifter

Blue Beetle

Voodoo

Captain Atom

Posted by TheOptimist

Justice League International. Final Issue, #12, then the Annual. I have to say. Didn't see that coming. What? I guess we're seeing the next wave of endings today...

So far the (seemingly) safe books are: Justice League, Earth-2, World's Finest, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Captain Atom, DC Universe Presents, Firestorm, Flash, Green Arrow and Hawkman.

Posted by Sharkey

@The_Tree said:

@The Mighty Monarch: I actually did read that issue, I forgot that he even wrote it, it was fantastic. Maybe after Grant gets finishes up his master plan in Batman Incorporated, it could become some sort of Batman-family anthology title, I'd love some sort of series like that.

That would be amazing. Perhaps having three-issue arcs with rotating creative teams and characters could work with such a title. I eagerly await the day that either David Hine or Kyle Higgins return to Nightrunner and his wacky villains gallery. :)

Posted by TheMess1428

From what solicitations for August 2012 that are out so far, they have pretty much announced that Justice League International is getting cancelled. From the clues on the other titles, I have reason to believe Catwoman is getting cancelled too but I could be mistaken. Not easy to tell what the other 4 are yet.

Posted by HotSauceCommittee

@TheMess1428 said:

From what solicitations for August 2012 that are out so far, they have pretty much announced that Justice League International is getting cancelled. From the clues on the other titles, I have reason to believe Catwoman is getting cancelled too but I could be mistaken. Not easy to tell what the other 4 are yet.

And that would be?

Posted by htb106

JLI's already gone...

Posted by TheOptimist

I'm willing to admit that we might've jumped the gun on calling this the third wave of cancellations. Only JLI is coming to its close, and the hint right now is that it is going to be replaced by a League-centric title spinning out of the events of the Annual. No other books are being cancelled, or at the very least, no other books are being billed as having their final issue.

One book, not six. Probably cancelled to pave the way, rather than as a consequence purely of sales.

Posted by Funrush

@sethysquare said:

Bottom 12, from the highest sales.

I predict these 12 would be cancelled. Deathstroke however have been increasing in sales, so, if it increases enough then probably Batwing would get cancelled in its place.

Deathstroke

I, Vampire

Savage Hawkman

Legion Lost

Frankenstein

DCU Presents

Fury of Firestorm

Resurrection Man

Grifter

Blue Beetle

Voodoo

Captain Atom

I kind of hope Batwing gets cancelled in place of Deathstroke so we can put Red Robin there, because we need Red Robin, but have too many batbooks.

Posted by ReVamp

@spiderbat87 said:

If I, Vampire or Captain Atom get cancelled I will drop ALL my DC books like a bad habit also I will post a foul mouth rant about all the fans that ignored or wrote them off without actually reading them, especially if they used non-excuses like "oh I'm just sick of Vampires now"

1 Months later and this is still true.

Edited by John Valentine

Why do half of these characters (e.g. Batwing) even have a title?

Posted by NewKid

@Funrush said:

I kind of hope Batwing gets cancelled in place of Deathstroke so we can put Red Robin there, because we need Red Robin, but have too many batbooks.

noooo. i really like batwing, but i love red robin and would def want it back. and i also agree that there are too many bat books. but i'd rather see TDK go (not going to happen as it's selling too well), or catwoman, which i want to like but meh...

i'd even rather red hood go than batwing...

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Edited by Funrush

@John Valentine said:

Why do half of these titles (e.g. Batwing) even have a title?

I assume to test the waters, but they're clearly not selling as well as other titles they could have put in their place, so they should just cancel some of them.

@ReVamp said:

@spiderbat87 said:

If I, Vampire or Captain Atom get cancelled I will drop ALL my DC books like a bad habit also I will post a foul mouth rant about all the fans that ignored or wrote them off without actually reading them, especially if they used non-excuses like "oh I'm just sick of Vampires now"

1 Months later and this is still true.

No need to drop all of your DC books over it. It's not like DC doesn't like those titles, it's just that if they're not selling well, they should be replaced with titles that do.

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous
@ReVamp said:

@spiderbat87 said:

If I, Vampire or Captain Atom get cancelled I will drop ALL my DC books like a bad habit also I will post a foul mouth rant about all the fans that ignored or wrote them off without actually reading them, especially if they used non-excuses like "oh I'm just sick of Vampires now"

1 Months later and this is still true.

so true
Posted by John Valentine

@Funrush said:

@John Valentine said:

Why do half of these titles (e.g. Batwing) even have a title?

I assume to test the waters, but they're clearly not selling as well as other titles they could have put in their place, so they should just cancel some of them.

Very true. I suppose it's a nice thing for diehard fans of the characters.

Posted by Funrush

@NewKid said:

@Funrush said:

I kind of hope Batwing gets cancelled in place of Deathstroke so we can put Red Robin there, because we need Red Robin, but have too many batbooks.

noooo. i really like batwing, but i love red robin and would def want it back. and i also agree that there are too many bat books. but i'd rather see TDK go (not going to happen as it's selling too well), or catwoman, which i want to like but meh...

i'd even rather red hood go than batwing...

IMO the batbooks they need to drop should be in this order:

  • Batwing/Catwoman
  • Dark Knight/Batwoman
  • Birds of Prey
  • Batgirl (I don't think this or Birds are selling too well)
  • Red Hood
  • Detective
  • Nightwing
  • Batman and Robin
  • Batman

I don't think Red Hood, Detective, Nightwing, Batman and Robin, or Batman should be cancelled, though.

Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus

Well we know JLI is down and out after #12 if we are to believe the solicits. As for who's next, I couldn't even tell you.

Posted by TheMess1428

@HotSauceCommittee said:

@TheMess1428 said:

From what solicitations for August 2012 that are out so far, they have pretty much announced that Justice League International is getting cancelled. From the clues on the other titles, I have reason to believe Catwoman is getting cancelled too but I could be mistaken. Not easy to tell what the other 4 are yet.

And that would be?

The solicits for Catwoman #12 say: "The big finale is here, as CATWOMAN confronts DOLLHOUSE!" I did say that I could be mistaken but it seems like it could be the finale to the book altogether or to the storyarc itself. I have a feeling it could be the book.

@TheOptimist said:

I'm willing to admit that we might've jumped the gun on calling this the third wave of cancellations. Only JLI is coming to its close, and the hint right now is that it is going to be replaced by a League-centric title spinning out of the events of the Annual. No other books are being cancelled, or at the very least, no other books are being billed as having their final issue.

One book, not six. Probably cancelled to pave the way, rather than as a consequence purely of sales.

First of all, it's not the third wave of cancellations. Its the third wave of comics coming in. These are the only second cancellations since The New 52 started. And they didn't advertise it in the solicitations last time, not that I know of anyway, and I'm pretty sure they are not going to do it this time. If they did do it last time, I am pretty sure they won't do it this time because they know people are expecting cancellations again. And for all we know, JLI could have been designed to end up with only 12 issues and an annual. To quote the Joker, "It's all part of the plan." Or at least it could... Maybe it will be replaced with a new Booster Gold solo ongoing title. Which, personally, would make me happy.@Funrush said:

@NewKid said:

@Funrush said:

I kind of hope Batwing gets cancelled in place of Deathstroke so we can put Red Robin there, because we need Red Robin, but have too many batbooks.

noooo. i really like batwing, but i love red robin and would def want it back. and i also agree that there are too many bat books. but i'd rather see TDK go (not going to happen as it's selling too well), or catwoman, which i want to like but meh...

i'd even rather red hood go than batwing...

IMO the batbooks they need to drop should be in this order:

  • Batwing/Catwoman
  • Dark Knight/Batwoman
  • Birds of Prey
  • Batgirl (I don't think this or Birds are selling too well)
  • Red Hood
  • Detective
  • Nightwing
  • Batman and Robin
  • Batman

I don't think Red Hood, Detective, Nightwing, Batman and Robin, or Batman should be cancelled, though.

I don't really mind Batwing or Catwoman going away and I would like for Dark Knight to go. I do not want Batwoman to go and I think Batgirl and Birds of Prey just need creator changes.

Posted by Sharkey

I reckon some of the titles need merging together to be honest.

Let's look at Detective Comics and Batman: The Dark Knight for instance.

Detective now has a main and a side story a month, but Tony Daniel's writing skills leave something to be desired (can't bash his art though).

Now, TDK is considered by many to be somewhat redundant with all the Batbooks on the market at the moment. It has been successful sales-wise but not so had so impressive ratings, perhaps the reason the ever-talented writer Greg Hurwitz is coming on board for #10.

If DC had the sense they would merge TDK into Detective and let Hurwitz take up main writing duties with Daniels still on art duty. Pretty much every issue / series I've read with the same person doing writing and art duties tends to suffer for it. Of course, keep the current Two-Face side story, I quite like that. :)

tldr; Hurwitz should write Detective, Daniels should stick to art. TDK is redundant. :p

Posted by Adnan
@Sharkey said:

I reckon some of the titles need merging together to be honest.

Let's look at Detective Comics and Batman: The Dark Knight for instance.

Detective now has a main and a side story a month, but Tony Daniel's writing skills leave something to be desired (can't bash his art though).

Now, TDK is considered by many to be somewhat redundant with all the Batbooks on the market at the moment. It has been successful sales-wise but not so had so impressive ratings, perhaps the reason the ever-talented writer Greg Hurwitz is coming on board for #10.

If DC had the sense they would merge TDK into Detective and let Hurwitz take up main writing duties with Daniels still on art duty. Pretty much every issue / series I've read with the same person doing writing and art duties tends to suffer for it. Of course, keep the current Two-Face side story, I quite like that. :)

tldr; Hurwitz should write Detective, Daniels should stick to art. TDK is redundant. :p

That sounds pretty good, actually. I think DC wants to keep Finch around though, I wonder what would happen to him should that happen.
 
Anyways, I think JL and JLU should be merged into a JLU-style group. Have 2-5 issue story arcs focusing on a different squad of characters, with the Big 3 being somewhat reccuring throughout.
A Cyborg solo please, drawn by Rafael Grampa. If you're gonna make his design overly intricate then have someone who is able to draw this sorta stuff do the art, 'cos Jim Lee can't do it consistently and he designed the character. It'll probably end up being written by Johns, considering how big a fan he is of the character.
A Milestone property set in Dakota. There is a treasure trove of characters DC is sitting on that they aren't using. Instead of sprinkling Milestone characters in DC locations, make the DCnU bigger, there is plenty of room for it anyway.
A non-GL cosmic title could be nice.
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