I will read Superior, but I do not feel comfortable with it. ... Amazing Spider-Man #700??? ... and I thought Straczynski´s "The Amazing Spider-Man #509-514" was the dumbest Spidey story ever. Back in the 90s they all cursed out the "Clone Story". Well, Howard Mackie... I have forgiven you for a long time! Come back! ;)
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@G-Man: I know, I know... and that is the difference to Crisis on Infinite Earths, at that time. The Post-Crisis affair was, in my modest opinion, handled much better. And I think that the "5 years life span" of the New 52, is for the most characters, way to short...
Martian Manhunter??!! Matt Kindt & Geoff Johns??!! Wow, DC hit the bullseye! The Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E issues were not sooo bad. A pity Jeff Lemire leaft such tough heritage... I wish Matt Kindt & the Martian Manhunter a lot of success and loyal readers.
...I´m still waiting for the Metal Men...
It would be much easier for DC to say: "Hey, this is the new DC Universe: -The New 52-. F**k off continuity! If you love comic books with any sense of continuity... go buy Marvel Now!"
Thanks for your attention! :)
Since the late 70s, I read comics. I´m more into DC and I read nearly 40 titles a month. The New 52 was a good idea, but it nearly killed caracteres like Superman, Green Arrow and Hawkman.
What do you think, will the New 52 survive or will there be a great summer event and we will get the old DC back?
3. Wonder Woman
4. Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
5. Animal Man
6. Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond/Martin Stein)
7. Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)
8. Flash (Barry Allen)
9. Green Arrow