So does the convergence worlds still exist in the multiverse but occupy the same space as the New 52 ones?
Or they became the New 52 ones?
Everything exists now in this multiverse, some like the original, some evolved. The title "New 52" no longer exists.
So for example the Post-crisis earth is now Earth-0? Meaning post-crisis Superman "evolved" into the New 52 one.
The New 52 characters are evolution of Pre-Flashpoint characters. I have no clue what the Earth numbering is at this time, since everything exists and things are most likely shifted around. However, Zero Hour era characters exist in their own universe, and I'm pretty sure COIE-era characters do. We'll learn more eventually
@g_man, while watching the finale of AoS I thought about how it must have been pretty intense for a kid. There was some pretty gross torture stuff, lots of people dying and a shocking arm chopping scene. I felt like I was watching Gotham at certain points.
AoS is her favorite show. I think watching comic cartoons with very mild violence and just talking things out as we started creeping towards PG and then PG-13 movies helped to prepare her for what is real and what isn't. Again, I wouldn't let her watch an R-rated gorefest. Although, we're now watching a Daredevil episode a week since there's no AoS. I keep a close eye on her as we watch to see if any of it is getting to her. She is very sensitive in some ways but just has a good head on her shoulder. She's definitely not desensitized towards violence but just knows real from not, I guess.
And during rerun season I think I speak for everyone when I say we'd all really love reviews of old tv shows. It wouldn't have to require much coordination. You both have Netflix, so pick an old show, choose 1 - 3 episode to watch during the week and then answer the question "does it hold up?". I'd also really enjoy hearing Tony recap each episode. I love listening to the recaps of AoS and Arrow, it's kind of like a highlight reel.
We have the Flash finale for next week plus we'll likely be talking some Wayward Pines, even though it's not comic-related. Try to catch the first episode and the second on Thursday if you haven't.
Old TV shows, I'm still on the fence. That could appeal to a limited audience. It'd be hard to gauge what everyone would actually want to hear us talk about and not be bored. As for my recaps, that's why I was doing those 2-Minute Time Out videos. I tend to ramble a little rather than get to the point.
Are most theaters in the US as bad as the one's you guys seem to have around you?
Out here(New Zealand) I have never had an issue in a theater at all. You always have designated seats so no rush to try and find the best seat and if there is anybody who is too loud or ruining the movie for other watchers the ushers always have a word with them.
The theater I go to is in a mall, right next to the local high school, so there's always teenagers there. The theater I REALLY like is an extra 30 minute drive and costs twice as much, but you get to sit in recliners and it's 21 and older only.