I'm reading it in trade. I started out reading the trades, then added it for my pull for City Fall. Now that it's over, back to trades for me.
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@the_stegman: He was also mentioned here in Red Hood, so he definitely exists in the New 52. For some reason, I was thinking more of Kaldur, maybe because I think of Garth being more graduated to Tempest. There's definitely history there, at the very least.
As for Young Justice, it'll be impossible to tell until we find out a roster, but I have a hunch that it's not just going to be a continuation of Teen Titans. Why else change the name of the book when Teen Titans is so much more recognizable than Young Justice?
See, the thing i found interesting about that is, Roy says "Vic" as in Cyborg? He was a member of their team while also in the JL??
@the_stegman: I agree about Hawkeye/Oliver and Deadshot/Widow.
Duno shit about the others. I'm still looking for the Merlyn gif where he punches or kicks a support beam though. I remember the feat so clearly and can't remember the damn episode! >.< Merlyn is a beast.
Are you talking about this at 1:30?
@captaintightpants12: Well, Garth was mentioned in Aquaman 14, so I'm assuming he at the very least, exists in the New 52.
As for the new Young Justice title, I don't know what it's gonna be about, I'm assuming the current status quo for them will be changed in some way.
I like this battle, I like it a lot.
So, when it comes to pure archery, I'd say Barton is still better than Queen, though both will hit their marks, in close combat (if it comes to that) Queen will take Barton down in h2h. The opposite can be said for Deadshot and Widow. She's the better fighter, but he's the better marksman. Canary will beat May from a distance with her CC before May could even get close to use the staff, and Merlyn will just plain old beat Ward in any scenario.
In the end, I'm giving it to Team Arrow as I think they have a more well balanced long range and close combat skill set.
Kiefer Sutherland in a vitamin shop, Bruce Willis in Border Books, t, a model (can't remember her name but she is in a lot of commercials) on the grounds of some rich guys house in Malibu, and that old guy that was in Buffy the Vampire Slayer on the streets of Hollyweird. I can't remember what his name is either.
What you talkin' bout Farkam??
@crazyscarecrow: They did make the Justice League bigger, and it almost killed them all, haha. That's how Forever Evil basically came to happen due to the new Atom.
But in all seriousness, I'd like to see Nightwing become a full-fledged member of the Justice League at some point. There were talks that he was going to have a leading role with the Justice League International when it launched, and I like that quite a bit. I also think with Young Justice rumored to be a new book, they could launch a Titans book and focus on some of the younger heroes that have graduated past side-kick status like Red Robin, Arsenal, Wally West, Donna Troy types. Leave Young Justice to the Robins, the Kid-Flashes, and Wonder Girls of the world.
I really liked the idea early on in the New 52 of the Justice League, the Justice League Dark, the Justice League International, and the Justice League of America being inter-connected while giving them their own proper individual identities. I'd continue down that road rather than just have one Justice League that has a huge roster.
I agree. The New 52 hinted that Nightwing led a team of young heroes in the past with Starfire and Roy, I would love for them to get back together and call themselves "The Titans". Since Wally is coming back, have him join, introduce Donna Troy, Aqualad etc. I'd read that in a heartbeat.
Because it's a good comic, and refusing to even give it a chance simply because you're against the pairing is ridiculous.