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  • So what are everyone's thoughts on the new 52 line of comics DC has started?

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    • I like that Artemis became good

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    • Which comic is Artemis is? I havent seen her in any of them yet, besides the young justice comic.

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    • Teen Titans Annual #1. Though what's wrong with the old Artemis? She was a very interesting character, though not all her outfits were a success.


      But general thoughts: they hired the wrong people. Jim Lee, Scott Lobdell, Rob Liefeld, Scott McDaniel... not my ideal picks. Hawkman, Deathstroke, Teen Titans, Superboy, Starfire... they are all worse off. Also, it's too much WildStorm and not enough Milestone. They seem to think this is the early nineties again. Add to that the characters that have been completely ignored - Stephanie Brown, Ted Kord, Wally West, Donna Troy, Helena Bertinelli... not people you can just get rid of.

      So overall, I think it's not a change for the better.

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    • You missed a fair few characters there Tupka that they ruined, Black Canary, Captain Atom, Jay Garrick, Superman, Wonder Woman (not fussed), GLs...

      I'm not minding Swamp Thing, Stormwatch or Suicide Squad, though to be fair the first two i havent seen too much of before and SS is partly because a villain they hadnt even showed as of a month/2 ago was named Regulus...

      Green Arrow, All Star Western, Demon Knights, I like, although prefer in bursts, following with anticipation doesnt work for em.

      Masters of the Universe and Earth One Batman i loved.

      Teen Titans, they just cant hold a candle to Young Justice, Dont mind Skitter and wouldve preferred a litttle elaboration on Danny the Street as well as Wonder Girl's past, btut the whole situation just sortof makes no sense, how can the League, Batman, Booster, a S*load of Lanterns, not notice and care that so many metahuman teens are being abducted? Leaving only Tim Drake to stand for justice? Tim really? if it were Dick, Cassie Cain or Steph i wouldnt mind but im really not a big fan of Tim or the rest of the Batbrats.

      Red Hood: ridiculous. Fun maybe, Roy's quips are nice but the rest is just dafuq, especially Starfire...

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      • I like Demon Knights and All-Star Western. But they're period pieces, not bothered by the larger universe.
      • I've yet to read Court of Owls, but I hear it's good.
      • Aquaman's actually pretty good. The first issue was a waste of paper, but the later stories are better.
      • I wasn't too excited about Green Arrrow, and the Arrow fans I've spoken generally think he's too young, too Smallville-esque. Ollie was established as fortyish (until his revival by the Spectre, which made him some ten years younger).
      • Suicide Squad's changed too much. People often forget, but most of the strength of the old Squad came from the support staff, not the away team. Briscoe (the pilot), John Economos (the warden, who should get his own title), Richard Craemer (the padre), Murph (the chief guard), and Marnie Herrs and Flo Crawley (the swooning girls fawning over Deadshot and Bronze Tiger, resp.). Not to mention The Wall. Fat and angry, and not from a military background but an urban housewife who lost her family to gang violence. The Suicide Squad: Raise the Flag miniseries is better than this recent stuff. Although I think it kills off more characters than the entire old series ever did.
      • I've yet to read Masters and Amethyst.
      • Batman Earth one technically isn't part of the DCnU. I liked parts of it, but not everything. But if it's Gary Frank art, I always pick it up.
      • Danny the Street is from Morrison's Doom Patrol days. I haven't read him in Titans, but in DP, he made sense.
      • Teen Titans... they've been called Tron Titans because of all the lights in their costume. As for the "only Tim can save the world"... that's pretty common in comics, it's just poor writing.
      • I really should read some of the new JLI. It's no Checkmate, but it's close.
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      PokemonmasterZ98 wrote:
      I like that Artemis became good
      She was also killed off in the same issue.

      The Green Lantern and Batman books were hardly touched at all by the new-52. I'm eagerly anticipating all issues of Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, Red Lanterns, and The New Guardians. In the Bat-verse, I also want more issues regarding Leviathan. I'm currently following Batman, Batman and Robin, Detective Comics, and Nightwing. I'm also reading Batwing. New character, so I'll withhold judgment.

      I miss Oracle in Birds of Prey. Still reading it to see what happens next. Gordon does pop up in Batgirl. They've basically changed Catwoman into a sluttier version, and have seeded some mysteries in her past in her recent Zero issue.

      I don't like the changes they made to Superman and Wonder Woman. I gave up reading Red Hood and the Outsiders. I dislike the changes they made to Superboy and Supergirl. It seems however that they're trying to fit Earth-16's origin of Superboy into the main continuity.

      I'm close to dropping Teen Titans and the Ravagers. Ravagers is still new though, so let's wait and see.

      They've basically assembled the Authority cast on Stormwatch. They're making a big push to slot it into Demon Knights (close to Daemonite, no). I've dropped the related books Grifter and Voodoo. (Voodoo's history)

      Green Arrow is probably an improvement after Cry for Justice. I'm still reading it.

      I'm willing to give Deathstroke, Justice League, and Justice League International a chance. It seems JLI's days are numbered, however. And the Superman-Wonder Woman romance is quite nauseating.

      I'm not reading All Star Western, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, or Amethyst, Justice League Dark, Demon Knights, Legion Lost, and Legion of Superheroes, so no comment on these.

      I plan to follow the Phantom Stranger series. Although now they've explicitly given him an origin (he's Judas Iscariot, and his necklace is basically those thirty pieces of silver), it kind of makes sense to me.

      Right now, I'm more of a Marvel guy. I'm looking forward to the story currently running through Thor and Journey to Mystery (Everything Burns). I'm also waiting to see how Avengers vs Cyclops concludes.

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    • Never mind Oracle, I miss Lady Blackhawk. Every team should have a pilot who's no(t much) good in battle. Catwoman - she was more seductive than slutty, almost cougarish (I can't read her as 23 years old anyway, more like 38). She's slept with Wildcat, Slam Bradley, Sam Bradley Jr. and Batman, and probably more.

      Gave up on Green Lantern during War of the Green Lanterns, pre-New 52. It just wasn't good. I'm more of a Tales of the Green Lantern Corps fan.

      Never given much about WildStorm - I dislike just about everything except Tranquility and a bit of Gen 13. I keep associating WS with everything that was bad about comics in the early nineties - warped anatomy, ample breast and butt shots, highriding panties, shoulder pads, pouches, weird alien symbiotes, random word combos for names with abnormal letters thrown in...

      I've only liked Phantom Stranger's as a supporting character, but I think I'll check him out.

      Right now, I'm more of a trade paperback guy. Got Green Arrow: Quiver the other day. It's good, but not entry-level Green Arrow. The Stranger pops up too.

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    • You might want to give Green Lantern another chance. They're starting yet another storyline.

      Spoilers follow! (highlight to spoil)

      The basic premise is the Guardians have gone totally insane with all these rainbow lanterns running around. And they're conspiring with the Zamarons to scour ALL Corps from the Universe with their "Third Army". The jury however is out whether this new Arabic Green Lantern is gonna work. He's going to be joining the Justice League next year. (This dude takes over Sinestro/Hal Jordan, who were presumably killed by the evil Guardians in the last Green Lantern issue).

      End spoilers (We need a spoilers template - the Answer template doesn't work here)

      War of the Green Lanterns was indeed a headscratcher. I don't know why they found a need to bring back Krona, or kill off Mogo.

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    • maybe the push to nineties is partially cause of ou generation, fair certain most of us are nineties/late eighties kids. And it's one of the most vocal groups on internet, between classic nintendo and stuff. Trying to appeal to them I suppose.

      Catwoman i kind of got lost when he started hooking up with the electric dude, I love the characterisation but catwoman herself just started getting weird. I prefer a cold hard thief, not the violent side they brought in.

      Gen13, yeah i see what you're saying, their movie got away with a lot for when it was released. I mean a character whose power causes all clothes to tear...

      ...Pouches? im gettin images of Batman with a Kangaroo pouch carrying a little Robin around.

      Amethyst & Phantom Stranger I am interested in, but havent gotten too, (discoverred it post move). Masters is an interesting one, what i've seen is an interesting take although only have the animation as background, it's grounded which the series's lacked.

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    • I'm from 86 myself, though the earliest comics I read was 2000-ish, when my English was starting to get good enough and my cousin introduced my to his collection. Mysteriously, lots of Milestone.

      End of the eighties was pretty good. The big three were rebooted, Flash was a playboy with three new girls per issue (better than it sounds). Firestorm, Suicide Squad, Justice League International, Captain Atom, Blue Beetle, Question. In the nineties, they tried to update it. A lot of the guys now headlining the series - Lee, Liefeld, Lobdell - rose to fame in that era, with WildStorm.

      Pouches: Pouches everywhere. Not just the utility belt, but on leg straps, across the chest, on the ankle, upper arm. Everywhere. I also forgot to mention guns with weird long oval barrels that didn't fire bullets but LAZORS. Because they're homicidal maniacs, but family friendly homicidal maniacs.

      I've only seen the first 10 minutes of the Gen 13 movie. Wow, wtf. I still need to finish it someday. The WildC.A.T.s animated series is hilariously bad, though. Especially the theme song.

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    • Wildstorm might be pretty bad as a whole, but I quite enjoyed the first few story arcs of Authority, as well as the entire run of Warren Ellis' Planetary,

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    • too many inconsistencies with the histories.

      a five year timespan is too short to keep all the stuff in continuity for batman and green lantern. that being said both franchises are fantastic at the minute (batman: the dark knight excepted)

      rob leifeld, how the hell does he sill have a job.

      mixing the histories of the dcu, wildstorm and milestone hasnt really gone that great either.

      justice league dark, swamp thing, animal man, basically that entire line is fantastic.

      i know very little of i, vampire but ive heard its really good and i would like to read it.

      missing characters really annoys me, especially ones who were focal points before flashpoint like steph brown and wally west.

      and finally the thing i hate the most: barbra gordon as batgirl. its totally unnecessary and takes away from the unique and vital role she played as oracle

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    • Zerg: Wildstorm I've read (it's boxed, and it's been a while, so it may not be 100%)

      • Select early issues of WildCATS and StormWatch. 1-5 of both, can't remember the rest, but it was a handful. Of the later issues, only the A Finer World trade. People like to think Apollo and Midnighter are THE WildStorm characters, but they're pretty recent. I did not like the art (Jim Lee STILL can't draw).
      • Authority: I can't recall reading anything other than maybe crossovers
      • Post Human Division: about half of the issues. Not that bad.
      • Wetworks: the entire second volume. Didn't like it.
      • Gen 13 - only the last volume, and then only the first 20 or so issues.
      • Welcome to Tranquility: loved it. Still looking for One Foot in the Grave.
      • Dreamwar: only the first three issues, my store stopped carrying the title half way thorugh. Haven't bothered looking for the rest. Can't recall what it was about.
      • Captain Atom: Armageddon: I have the trade, but I haven't finished it yet.
      • Planetary: In my cleanup work on DC wiki, I've encountered some of it, and it looked promising. I've put the first trade on my wishlist.
      • Not counting the Search for Ray Palmer crossover, or the ABC stuff (Top 10 rocks).

      There's good stuff, sure (like there's bad Milestone stuff (*cough* Kobalt *cough*)) but they seem to only have picked out the worst parts.

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    • Well, Zod, she did use to be batgirl. I'm sure she'll have the accident sooner or later

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      1. Wasn't an accident.
      2. She already had it, but she regained the ability to walk after three years.
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    • I know it wasnt an accident, I was trying to be vague for people who werent familiar. Didnt kniw she had been that way already, though. Kinds dumb to change that just to have batgirl.

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    • Yeah with the reboot she miraculously recoverred (that's actually the plot point for her first story, dealing with survior guilt sortof thing) when no treatments or time could give her the slightest motility before.

      Gun censorship never makes sense, but lasers are better then what 4Kids did, they repainted them green and made them into pop guns (with the cork)... do you know how difficult it is so show a character being killed to save the protagonist with a Pop Gun?!?

      Dont really have any background to comment of WIldstorm, so for now,...Kanga-Batman ftw

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    • I'm not much of a comics fan (don't read them) but I do search info on them and I wanna say that for me New 52 was a good idea but was badly executed... And WTF they left Wally out???? I think Wally is one of the most important Flash, maybe even more that Barry, he was ranked #8 on IGN "Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of all Time"!!

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    • ^Clearly Jay Garrick was the most important Flash, jus' sayin'

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    • Jay Garrick hmm?? it's arguable...

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    • Justice Avenger wrote: I'm not much of a comics fan (don't read them) but I do search info on them and I wanna say that for me New 52 was a good idea but was badly executed... And WTF they left Wally out???? I think Wally is one of the most important Flash, maybe even more that Barry, he was ranked #8 on IGN "Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of all Time"!!

      Well I do read some comics.When I saw that they left out Wally.I was like WTF.And started doing research and had to get over the fact that....Wally West is now a normal human being.

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    • I've read most of the first issues of The New 52, and as a new reader I enjoyed most of them. In my opinion, each issue isn't quite long enough to make a decision on whether to continue reading, and so I'm waiting for some trades to be released.

      In saying that, however, there were some comics I will not be reading past the first issue. Red Lanterns for example, was atrocious. Not the writing of it, but the depiction of violence. I'm not saying that comics can't have violence, but graphic detailing of an elderly man being hit across the side of his face with a brick isn't inviting. As soon as I saw that panel I put the issue down. Extreme violence for the sake of it is not okay in my books.

      As for comics I liked, Animal Man was a real standout, as was Batwoman (remember I'm still only talking about the first issues). I also enjoyed Birds of Prey (I'm a Black Canary fan), and surprisingly, Frankenstein: Agents of S.H.A.D.E. was very enjoyable too, if not a little silly...

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    • well Red Lanterns is a special case, i mean their oath aone should give an indication that they are gonna be boyscouts "Blood and Rage of Crimson Red, ripped from a corpse so freshly dead, together with our hellish hate we'll burn you all that is you fate"... not violence is good i havent even botherred with Red Lanterns, but it's sort of expecting with them.

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    • is anyone else annoyed they cancelled secret six just to replace it with a cheap knock off with the new version of the suicide squad

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    • Secret Six was definitely better than the new Suicide Squad. But maybe that's just because they made Harley ugly.

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    • also secret six had a cover with bane riding a dinosaur, nothing suicide squad could ever do would top that

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    • Must've missed that issue. Did they go to Dinosaur Island or Skartaris?

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    • couldnt remember so i went looking. it was skartaris, issue 27 of volume 3 if you are interested in looking it up

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    • I think I enjoyed Suicide Squad, mind you I can't really remember...

      That was the issue where Harley Quinn and several others were being tortured/interrogated, and then Amanda Waller shows up at the end, wasn't it?

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    • That was #1, yeah.

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    • Yeah, it was so-so. Again, the extreme violence put me off a bit, but goddamned Amanda Waller was in it, and she's Amanda Waller.

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    • Rassilon of Old wrote:

      I've read most of the first issues of The New 52, and as a new reader I enjoyed most of them. In my opinion, each issue isn't quite long enough to make a decision on whether to continue reading, and so I'm waiting for some trades to be released.

      In saying that, however, there were some comics I will not be reading past the first issue. Red Lanterns for example, was atrocious. Not the writing of it, but the depiction of violence. I'm not saying that comics can't have violence, but graphic detailing of an elderly man being hit across the side of his face with a brick isn't inviting. As soon as I saw that panel I put the issue down. Extreme violence for the sake of it is not okay in my books.

      As for comics I liked, Animal Man was a real standout, as was Batwoman (remember I'm still only talking about the first issues). I also enjoyed Birds of Prey (I'm a Black Canary fan), and surprisingly, Frankenstein: Agents of S.H.A.D.E. was very enjoyable too, if not a little silly...

      Well I just jump around comics from Red Lanterns to Captain Atom.The only ones I stay true to are all of the GL comics except for red lanterns.On the Batman side I read Nightwing,Red Hood and the Outlaws,Batman and Robin,Batman.Lastly I read Teen Titans,Young Justice and Flash.I started to buy comics again when The New 52 was in about the issues 3 or 4 but I bought the others.

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    • So, Amanda Waller in the new 52 is much healthier than the old tub of lard in the old comics and the Justice League Unlimited cartoon. Thoughts? :)

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    • I was going to buy a issue of secret six since I jump around the comics.I looking was for Bane,Deadshot,Etc. I did not know secret six was replaced by suicide squad.Then,one of the employees of the comic store told me that secret six was replaced.When I saw Amanda Waller.I was like who is that lady and where's Amanda ? Was Amanda replaced ? At the end I did not like the book but luckily had bought a Captain Atom book that was pretty cool.

      One question is World's Finest a good book.I haven't read it.And wanted to see if I should get a copy.Also could you tell me a good issue to get.

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    • not just healthier, when Team 7 comes to fruition fully we'll get to see her in her hayday in field work.

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    • Yeah, she's retconned as having a history in the military. This was first done for the tie-ins of the Green Lantern movie.

      Original version was much different. Housewife, lost husband and children to gang violence. Started working for a local politician, but found his methods too soft, and moved on. Quickly became one of the most fierce lobbyists in Washington. And then she got the commission to lead the squad.

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    • I thought I'd bump this.

      What has everyone been picking up recently? I've tried to reenter the New 52 with a lot of the issue #13's, and I enjoyed the ones I read. Once I find the issues I'll post a bit more detailed review of them, but for now, I'd like to rant about Justice League.

      Issues #01 to #12 were solid. Nothing fantastic, a little cliche, but they were solid. I really enjoyed the Steve Trevor journey, more than the actual League's to be honest. I only wish Wonder Woman's title had more Steve, because I'm really not liking that book. JL #13 was excellent though! I'm loving the introduction of Cheetah, but again, why isn't this in Wonder Woman's book!?

      It seems like they're taking what would make Wonder Woman interesting, and throwing it into Justice League. First we've had the Trevor story arc, and now the Cheetah arc, what's next!?

      I wish the writers would use the Justice League title to promote lesser known characters, not not by making a team of B to D-listers like they will be doing next year, but having say, Captain Atom (who doesn't have his own title anymore) play a role in an arc, and make the character interesting enough that readers want to find out more about him. I liked how they're handling Green Arrow as a recurring character (speaking of, I want some Arrow/Canary interaction), and I think DC characters could benefit from this spotlight.

      Also, in what issues of what title did Martian Manhunter join the League, and attack them? I was completely lost when they were talking about that...

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    • think the Manhunter thing was in Stormwatch, he attacked them then for sure, don't think he actually joined though...

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    • The League was discussing whether new members should join, and then someone said how bad it went last time they trusted someone, and the next panel was of Martian Manhunter tearing apart the League.

      So perhaps they just sort of had him as an "intern"?

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    • Well he basically infiltrated them, some of them trusted him for being a hero, he ended up wiping the floor with them an pretty much showing that he isn't the Hero that public makes him out to be (makes sense from Stormwatch perspective) one of them I believe (cant remember which was several months ago when I read it) didnt trust him fully.

      New members? sweet. Me wants Ray Palmer!!!

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    • the only title I know Martian Manhunter is in is Stormwatch, and I only vaguely know what you're talking about. The reason Wonder Woman may seem forced at times is that DC comics is required to continually publish WW material or the rights to her character will revert to the Marston (guy who came up with her) Estate. Also, they're still in the early stages of the JL, I think it'll expand more eventually. There's also JLI, JLA coming out next month, and JLD as well.

      So far, I've read most all of the Batman material (havent read any sidekicks stuff yet, though), Teen Titans, Legion Lost, Superman, Stormwatch, Justice League, Justice League Dark, and I'm starting Blue Beetle right now. Still got a lot to read. It's interesting to see where things are very similar to YJ, and where they diverge. For example, from the 2 issues of BB I've read, it's exactly the same, but then characters like Zatanna are in Justice League Dark, and she isnt so much a good guy as just not a bad guy. Overall, I havent really had any bad experiences yet with the New 52, and I'm looking to pick up a few new series as well, right now I'm thinking Demon Knights, to tie in with Stormwatch, one of my favorites, and probably Swamp Man, because everyone is raving about it. I'd also like to get the OMAC comics, because from what I hear Justice League International will make no sense if you dont read OMAC as well.


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    • i really want them to make a robins series, a team up book between dick, jason, tim and damien would be great i think. they could also include steph once she stop being a dirty word at dc

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    • I want a Batgirls series. Barb, Cass and Steph. Because if you can cram 4 guys in a 5 year timeline, why not three girls?

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    • Why not a Robins series and a Batgirls series?

      Robins:

      -Dick Grayson

      -Jason Todd

      -Tim Drake

      -Damian Wayne

      Batgirls:

      -Bette kane

      -Barbara Gordon

      -Cassandra Cain

      -Stephanie Brown

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    • I know he had a crush and all, but I feel Misfit would be a better match then Steph for the Troglodyte. (This would be the excuse for toxicity), I prefer her with Tim. Cassandra or Babs get the short end of the stick :/, were there any other male robins?

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    • Obscure elseworlds only.

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    • Thats a shame. ah well Babs can just be a cripple and have a pow-wow with Alfred in the batcave, Jason can have Cass.

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    • The constant talk of Steph being Taboo makes me want to work for DC just to say "Stephanie Brown" and then walk out the door like a boss.

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    • for everyone wanting a complete batfamily comic: read Batman Incorporated.

      Also, they cant really do a Robin comic, as they're all kind of busy. Dick is Nightwing, and has his own comic series doing the Batman type thing, Jason is Red Hood, so he's not always on good terms with Batman, Tim is caught up with the Teen Titans, and Damian is actually being current Robin.

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    • when has being in another book actually stopped publishers from making another featuring the character, doesnt wolverine appear in like half of all marvels books each month, same thing for spiderman and batman is all over the place in dc at the minute. being busy has never been a problem in comics

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    • Bantha117 wrote:
      The constant talk of Steph being Taboo makes me want to work for DC just to say "Stephanie Brown" and then walk out the door like a boss.

      That's what I call a LIKE A BOSS!!!!

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    • Zodisgod wrote: when has being in another book actually stopped publishers from making another featuring the character, doesnt wolverine appear in like half of all marvels books each month, same thing for spiderman and batman is all over the place in dc at the minute. being busy has never been a problem in comics

      Exactly. Wonder Woman is currently in Batwoman's title, which as I side note, I've stopped reading, because I find it hard to follow the layout of the pages on an iPad.

      Again, Wonder Woman's best moments seem to be in other people's books. My god it's frustrating. I also despise whoever is illustrating Wonder Woman's run, because it's godawful.

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    • If it wouldn't be too much trouble, can I get all recommended reads of Nightwing including his overall best issues that reveal his personality, history, and relations?

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    • NightwingOfTheFuture wrote: If it wouldn't be too much trouble, can I get all recommended reads of Nightwing including his overall best issues that reveal his personality, history, and relations?

      I've just restarted with Nightwing on Issue #13 of the New 52 run, which begins a new story, so now is the perfect time to jump on board.

      As for older stuff, off the top of my head I'm sure Battle for the Cowl would be integral to his history, as well as Nightwing: Year One. I'm sure Ask Tupka would give you better suggestions than I. :)

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    • Rassilon of Old wrote:

      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote: If it wouldn't be too much trouble, can I get all recommended reads of Nightwing including his overall best issues that reveal his personality, history, and relations?

      I've just restarted with Nightwing on Issue #13 of the New 52 run, which begins a new story, so now is the perfect time to jump on board.

      As for older stuff, off the top of my head I'm sure Battle for the Cowl would be integral to his history, as well as Nightwing: Year One. I'm sure Ask Tupka would give you better suggestions than I. :)

      I shall ask him as well, but I thank you greatly for your suggests. It's kinda obvious on how much I love Nightwing, which is why I want to begin reading more about him in comics.

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    • I'm no expert on Nightwing, I'm afraid. BftC and YO I'd recommend, but I can't help you with the rest.

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    • I'm sure a quick Google search will give some results, also.

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      Bantha117 wrote:
      The constant talk of Steph being Taboo makes me want to work for DC just to say "Stephanie Brown" and then walk out the door like a boss.
      That's what I call a LIKE A BOSS!!!!

      Thank you. Kudos for you.

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    • I'm actually a big fan of the New 52 and I have been a fan of DC Comics for a while(from Smallville to Young Justice to DCAU to The Batman to silver age to Earth One graphic novels, etc). Few of the books I'm reading and/or paying close attention to:

      -Action Comics

      -Aquaman

      -Batgirl

      -Batman

      -Batman:The Dark Knight

      -Batman and Robin

      -Detective Comics

      -Flash

      -Green Arrow

      -Nightwing

      -Savaage Hawkman

      -Earth 2

      -Green Lantern(whole GL Title)

      -Justice League

      -Red Hood and the Outlaws

      -Superman

      -Supergirl

      -Superboy

      -Smallville Season 11(I know it's not New 52 but I'm in love with this book)

      -Animal Man

      -Swamp Thing

      -Ravengers

      -Teen Titans

      -Wonder Woman and a few more comics

      I personally feel like not much has change and many of them feel like the same characters I know and love and mostly minor details have change.but they are few things I wish they kept the same, some things I'm disaponted in and few things I'm glad they changed honestly but I'm mostly happy.

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