I'm not sure about Talia... to be honest, she doesn't DESERVE redemption for what she let happen to Damian and this war she's begun against Bruce. She's possibly worse as her father... but there was once good in her due to her disapproval of her father's actions... but now? Hard to say...
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@RedheadedAtrocitus: You may have a good point. Of course, I kinda wish all the various Justice Leagues in the New 52 actually had some sense of synergy and could make one BIG bad team later on... =/
To be honest, as it is, I dunno how I feel regarding Clark and Diana together. It worries me because as it is now, Diana could unintentionally influence Clark to act above humanity yet we've seen how Clark is trying to get Diana to try to be more human rather than being a goddess... and it also seems forced. With Kingdom Come, they had time to build up their relationship rather than being forced into it, and given how it seemed like Clark was trying to NOT love again after losing Lois.
Sure, Clark and Diana may be the power couple so to speak, but their being together as young and inexperienced (compared to their original DCU selves) heroes; it could lead to trouble. BIG trouble. Hence why I am worried about it. Sure, they seem sweet together, but I worry mostly about the reprecussions to how Diana comes off detached to humanity at times right now in the DCnU
I like where Avengers is going so far. :) Each time it's out, I look forward to the kind of direction that Mr. Hickman is taking the Avengers in. I mean, we've had them facing off with gods, learning about Marcus and Izzy, and now we're gonna learn about Captain Universe next week! XD And I also am curious about the New Universe stuff as well as the fact too that we've still got 6 more Avengers to reveal!
So, what I wanna know is, anyone who's read Avengers realize the Grid is almost like the Avengers World initiative Steve and Tony did there? I mean, justr for exanding and all. It wasn't planned, but not all sorts of deets given.
I'm glad for this, but I bet Bruce would be the one to NOT want to let anyone stick around afterward, given his paranoia over what happened with J'onn. And for what we know, the League was responsible, not J'onn.
I agree we need to know the full history of the New 52 now. I mean, look at the work DC did after the first Crisis. They made SURE they tried to explore the full history of all its characters even as new ones came. But the problem they have now with the New 52 is theyt expect us to understand what the heck's going on, yet we know nada to the full extent. I mean, at least in Action Comics, Grant Morrison has gone out of his way to want to explain some of the things Clark did early on in his career as Superman and what led him to become the hero he is. So, DC, please, just give us a compendum about the New 52's history before we all go nuts. And try to stick to some of the classic ideas yo uhad besides just attemtping to be Marvel 2.0.
@Chaos Burn: It can be, but solo books have their merits too. I also like a very awesome team book where the characters can get more growth and are handled nicely. Like in JLA and Justice League of America before the New 52. Or JSA/Justice Society of America.
@RedheadedAtrocitus: I will say the same to it. Especially considering it will once again show how deadly of an enemy Ultron is. Especially since this will be up there with what he did in Ultron Unlimited... but on even MORE insane of a level...