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  1. Times and parties change. Most democrats weren't...

    Times and parties change. Most democrats weren't exactly up in arms about fighting AIDS in the early 1980s, either. And Trump-like characters mostly weren't on the radar (have been discussing this...
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    Was Kathy from Gotham, originally? But again,...

    Was Kathy from Gotham, originally? But again, Kathy didn't exist when Martha was made a Kane (and Martha wasn't a Kane when Kathy was created as one). And Kane's of Kate's family weren't wealthy...
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    Yes. In Batman Secret Files from 1997, a...

    Yes. In Batman Secret Files from 1997, a in-universe text article about the Wayne Family "Upon the Shoulders of Giants: The Men Behind Gotham." It said "Wayne even found time to woo and win the...
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    I don't know, I've read lots of evil Santa...

    I don't know, I've read lots of evil Santa stories...
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    I'm right there with you.

    I'm right there with you.
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    The entire Kathy/Kate, Bette/Betty thing was...

    The entire Kathy/Kate, Bette/Betty thing was really not fantastically done, IMO. Obviously it comes down to differing needs over 20+ (okay 60+) years of of comics, but it has resulted in a bit of a...
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    After earlier sleeping with (and impregnating) an...

    After earlier sleeping with (and impregnating) an assassin (and then not catching her) while working for the government, I'm not sure I think they'd want to hire him again. It just feel like a...
  8. Problem is, there's no rule to which things can't...

    Problem is, there's no rule to which things can't be undone. I like a consistent rule set. This way just means they get to have it both ways - hurt the character by lack of ability to change when...
  9. For me, that book was the crystalized essence of...

    For me, that book was the crystalized essence of "beautifully executed, but I don't like the actual content." I like Booster doing hero stuff, but I hated that it was basically constant retcons...
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    And everyone can accuse him of ignoring social...

    And everyone can accuse him of ignoring social distancing. They don't know he can't get sick or carry disease (as far as I know). I mean, I guess he could in the way germs are on surfaces? Nothing...
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    Me either. Or what the status quo will be once...

    Me either. Or what the status quo will be once he's alive again (I thought he was still dead?) or if there are any reboots in the nearish future. But I like secret identities, and am stuck in the...
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    Oh, I know that. I understand why DC wants to...

    Oh, I know that. I understand why DC wants to kill off or speed age or time-skip or introduce-as-older all the kids: an infant/toddler just can't do much. They are really only there for exploring...
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    So, a couple of opinion polls (well, not actual...

    So, a couple of opinion polls (well, not actual polls, but you get my gist).

    Do you like Roy being raised on Navajo reservation, Spokane reservation, or raised somewhere else? I drift towards...
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    My ideal would them being growing up at a normal...

    My ideal would them being growing up at a normal pace from infancy whenever the universe is next "reset" because I don't like speed-aging. Or them as peers of Damian (or Jon, who I want to be 10/11...
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    I agree with you. I don't like the Titans as...

    I agree with you. I don't like the Titans as "students" - I think it works best when they are all peers, with no older/adult figures around advising/instructing them. At least, that's what they were...
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    I generally thought it was because usually we see...

    I generally thought it was because usually we see more of Clark than Superman in these cases, so usually Clark gets the more attractive hairstyle. Just an eye-candy thing.
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    Absolutely. Here's a shoutout from the 1989...

    Absolutely.

    Here's a shoutout from the 1989 Hawk and Dove.
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    That makes sense. So, Alfred's our bet on that? ...

    That makes sense. So, Alfred's our bet on that? Maybe he'll try to kill Batman again, like the Outsider did.

    But I do hope that doesn't mean we get angsty, "sympathetic" backstories for all the...
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    I'm really not into characters getting...

    I'm really not into characters getting hand-me-down villains instead of having their own developed for them. Also, I feel like Tad should have been a kind of one-off, anyway. Too much a loser to be...
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    Just the term "badass" associated with Superman...

    Just the term "badass" associated with Superman makes me cringe a bit, because I really think that's what they were going for when he came back from the dead and dressed in black and wielding a big...
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    I have it in my head Gotham might have been a...

    I have it in my head Gotham might have been a state back when Barbara was a congresswoman, but I am really not at all sure.
  22. Sure, but if we're going to trash talk fans for...

    Sure, but if we're going to trash talk fans for nostalgia, I'd like to chime that we also have fans who claim to want to new blood/characters, but also want those new characters to have the...
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    I used to like the idea of a real-city basis (in...

    I used to like the idea of a real-city basis (in the broad strokes) for ease of understanding what type of city it was, prices, major fields of employment, crime rates, etc. Now, I'm more and more...
  24. An excellent point in its favor.

    An excellent point in its favor.
  25. I don't operate under "destiny" - I largely...

    I don't operate under "destiny" - I largely dislike "destiny" in my fiction. I think everything being meant to be or foretold or foreintended (even without the character's knowledge) removes agency,...
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