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  1. Joshua Williamson said that he wanted to use Kid...

    Joshua Williamson said that he wanted to use Kid Flash more often, but wasn't always allowed to, due to him being in Teen Titans. Same with Wally and Titans.
  2. I think so. Nightwing/Robin, Raven, Starfire,...

    I think so. Nightwing/Robin, Raven, Starfire, Cyborg and Beast Boy should be the core Titans. They're the characters everyone knows. There's always room to expand beyond that, or have one of them...
  3. Titans was at its peak with Marv Wolfman and...

    Titans was at its peak with Marv Wolfman and George Perez's run, when less than half of the cast comprised of sidekicks.

    Robin, Kid Flash and Wonder Girl were the only carry-overs from the...
  4. I think it could work, but each would needs its...

    I think it could work, but each would needs its own tone, premise, art style and distinct cast.

    DC has a glut of derivative characters, and on this forum there's always the inclination to propose...
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    Wouldn't that be Infinity, Inc.? It's probably...

    Wouldn't that be Infinity, Inc.?

    It's probably not a good idea to dilute the Justice Society brand with two books with conflicting premises.
  6. I don't think 2-3 teams of "Junior Justice...

    I don't think 2-3 teams of "Junior Justice League" is a strong premise.
  7. From the little I've read of Hickman's work, he...

    From the little I've read of Hickman's work, he seems to favour high concept sci-fi premises and plot heavy long form storytelling. A bit cold and clinical.

    I think Titans is at its best when it's...
  8. What is it that makes Superman #76 and Detective...

    What is it that makes Superman #76 and Detective Comics #203 significant?
  9. What's the rationale for all of these issues...

    What's the rationale for all of these issues being the Earth-1 versions?
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    Those kind of seasonal things are in the same...

    Those kind of seasonal things are in the same boat as Linus waiting for the Great Pumpkin every Halloween. It doesn't really count.
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    I think this is more a case of each previous...

    I think this is more a case of each previous story arc being "last year", rather than a hard canonical passing of time in the DC Universe. Tim Drake was 13/14 when he was introduced, and has never...
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    It says Wallace West (Kid Flash) was born in Gen...

    It says Wallace West (Kid Flash) was born in Gen 3 Year 1. That's 20 years ago. He said he was 14 in semi-recent issues of Deathstroke. So we're clearly still dealing with a contracted timeline after...
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    Also, Flashpoint happens in Gen 3 Year 15, but...

    Also, Flashpoint happens in Gen 3 Year 15, but "Dick becomes Batman" and "Donna becomes Wonder Woman" happen in Gen 4 Year 1?

    And Wallace West is born after Barry dies, but we just saw him as a...
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    What does that even mean though? If these years...

    What does that even mean though? If these years aren’t years, then what are they? Did Generation 2 begin 35 years ago or not? In the real world the Silver Age began over 60 years ago. So what are...
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    If Dick became Robin 32 years ago, then hed be...

    If Dick became Robin 32 years ago, then hed be in his 40s.

    Even in isolation, these Generations dont make much sense. Tim Drake wasnt in his 20s during Infinite Crisis.

    This kind of timeline...
  16. Thawne killed Iris, then a few years later Barry...

    Thawne killed Iris, then a few years later Barry (accidentally) killed Thawne.
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    It can't all be on a per character basis. You...

    It can't all be on a per character basis. You have the entire supporting cast of characters to take into consideration.
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    There's got to be more to this, because those...

    There's got to be more to this, because those years don't make sense. There's no way Barry Allen could have been Flash for 34 years, he's not a man in his 50s/60s. We just had Flash Year One, which...
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    Here's what Tom Brevoort said about it:...

    Here's what Tom Brevoort said about it: https://web.archive.org/web/20080306072338/http://www.marvel.com/blogs/Tom%20Brevoort/entry/674
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    And because the fan base managed to keep sales...

    And because the fan base managed to keep sales above cancellation level.
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    It sustained it for over 10 years. It was a low...

    It sustained it for over 10 years. It was a low seller, but it was a stable seller.
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    Not quite. I recall DeFalco or Frenz explaining...

    Not quite. I recall DeFalco or Frenz explaining it something like this: Marvel would look at how books were selling and take standard attrition into account to predict when a book would need to be...
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    There really wasn't. 99.99% of the audience had...

    There really wasn't. 99.99% of the audience had no idea Blade was based on a Marvel comic. People went to see it because it was a cool looking action movie with vampires and Wesley Snipes.
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    Poll: Why wouldn't they just pick up where Far From...

    Why wouldn't they just pick up where Far From Home left off?
  25. Poll: I think DC have shown how messy selective reboots...

    I think DC have shown how messy selective reboots become. They'd have to reboot everything from scratch. Even then though, I wouldn't want the previous iterations to get depressing endings, so fixing...
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