DC - We do the things we should have done three years ago NOW!
Actually I'm glad they decided to wait. Using him right away may not be the best thing for the book. I'm glad they are building him up and getting people interested in the character.
Maybe. I just feel like Cyborg not being part of phase 2 was really neglectful. It could have helped establish some Cyborg specific villains to be involved in forever evil.
They've already been establishing possible villains, like Amazo, TO Morrow, Grid, any and all enemies of the Metal Men, and Elias Orr. Plus Cyborg already has plenty of pre 52 villains that they could use.
I know, but things would be much further along and more fleshed out then they are with a solo book. I'm sure will be getting things more fleshed out once his solo book does come out it just seems like it was weird to push it back for so long. I think right after Throne of Atlantis would have been the perfect time to give him a book.
@killraven4334: Oh boy. The vocab you're using is making your pseudo-intellectual post so transparent.
Thor is still around and now has a ton of room to grow as a character, but in your simple way of looking at things you go "Thor losing the hammer means Thor might be getting a power downgrade! THAT MEANS THOR IS RUINED! Time to go on the internet and insult the new Thor for being a girl. Hahaha yeah I called her a wench and then a c**t! /badass" That's pretty much the sum of this thread. You're way of think is just based around how many push ups a guy can do, so it is very adolescent and sad. You can try to cover it up with shallow arguments like "Thor's not a mantle!" which you can only really say if you ignore a good chunk of the late 80s and early 90s where Eric Masterson took over the mantle of Thor while the first Thor was unable to, and when Odin was ready to hand the Mantle of Thor over to Beta Ray Bill if he could beat his son in a fight for the Hammer. That all aside I'm not really interested in trying to argue with you or sell you on any story. If you want to close your mind to new things that's not really my concern.