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#1 Posted by redrabbit (7 posts) - - Show Bio

:D oh dude! I totally forgot about that. Thanks, that puts my mind at ease 

#2 Posted by redrabbit (7 posts) - - Show Bio

Yumulu is right, You could look up Canon and all that wonderful stuff...but it's all getting thrown out the window after Flashpoint.

#3 Posted by redrabbit (7 posts) - - Show Bio

This tends to happen a lot with Mage Superheroes from either universe (Dr. fate and Dr. Strange being the best examples) They can literally do anything and all the writer has to say is "magic". 

#4 Posted by redrabbit (7 posts) - - Show Bio

Red Lantern Corp- I love the Red Lanterns as a group, I can't wait to see them in they're own serise 
Batwoman-  52 was one of my favorite series ever, and I've been reading the question since then, I'm really looking forward to Kate getting her own book
BatGirl- Gail Simone is one of my favorite writers, and while I hate to see her Leave  "Birds of Prey" I'm anxious to see what she does in a more single character focused book

#5 Posted by redrabbit (7 posts) - - Show Bio

Honestly I think it needs it. Ever since "Countdown to Final Crisis" a lot of characters have been dragged through the mud for the sake of continuity. Anyone remember when Arsenal was interesting? I do, and DC ruined him because of some really dumb moments in "Cry for justice".  Anyone one remember the New Gods? they were really cool, to bad they were all killed during "Countdown." A lot of damage has been done to continuity, and it can only be fixed by starting over. So I'm looking forward to the relaunch as a whole.

#6 Posted by redrabbit (7 posts) - - Show Bio

Ok, so I've been reading James Robinson's work for a long time, everything from Starman to his current run of JLA. I got that "New 52" preview book today, and was distressed find that not only is he no longer writing JLA (being replaced by Geoff Johns), but he seems to not be penning anything in the relaunch.  So what I'm wondering is is this true? is James Robinson not writing anything in the DC relaunch? 
And before someone brings it up, yes I'm well aware that "cry for justice" is one of the reasons the DC universe needs a relaunch in the first place. It's crap, pure and simple. But it's really the only black mark on his record, a huge black mark but just one ( ok, that and Comic Book Villains but we won't talk about that, that's a whole other thread)

#7 Posted by redrabbit (7 posts) - - Show Bio

Shade the Changing man, I loved every minuted of it, but it was so strange. I'm worried about Shade becoming a major character in the DCU, cause he won't be able to take a lot of that stuff with him.