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  1. They haven't defined Wally's place in the current...

    They haven't defined Wally's place in the current DC Universe since Barry came back.

    What does he do? What is his role? What is unique about the character? If he's just another super-hero called...
  2. And let's be honest - Wally needs to adapt and...

    And let's be honest - Wally needs to adapt and change too, otherwise he will become irrelevant. Every character needs to be as distinct as possible and have a well defined role in order to thrive.
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  3. Changing his name to "Ace" isn't going to solve...

    Changing his name to "Ace" isn't going to solve that, is it?
  4. Then they've fucked up and need to stop doing...

    Then they've fucked up and need to stop doing that.
  5. Shorten it? The short version is Wally. That was...

    Shorten it? The short version is Wally. That was the problem in the first place.

    Wally and Wallace is like Barry and Bart, Iris and Irey. It's not ideal that they have the same root names, but the...
  6. To outsiders, it's more confusing having multiple...

    To outsiders, it's more confusing having multiple characters called The Flash simultaneously than it is one character called Wally and another called Wallace. But try suggesting Wally should have a...
  7. Wallace needs to be a speedster, otherwise he...

    Wallace needs to be a speedster, otherwise he can't be Kid Flash, and DC evidently wants a Kid Flash. He already has his own twist on the powers - he can use Speed Force lightning as projectiles....
  8. Bart hasn't been Flash's protégé for almost a...

    Bart hasn't been Flash's protégé for almost a decade. That would mean having to start from scratch, again. There's strength in consistency, rather than throwing out the baby with the bath water every...
  9. Why? As Kid Flash, the young protege, he has a...

    Why? As Kid Flash, the young protege, he has a more clearly defined role than characters like Wally and Avery.
  10. Iris was a minor, rarely seen character when they...

    Iris was a minor, rarely seen character when they introduced a new Iris West. Then when they brought Iris back into the fold, they had to switch over to calling the younger one Irey. There's no...
  11. You don't solve a "two characters with the same...

    You don't solve a "two characters with the same name" problem by giving one of them another character's name.

    The older cousin goes by Wally, the younger cousin goes by Wallace. It's not an ideal...
  12. They already came up with a fix for Wallace and...

    They already came up with a fix for Wallace and Wally to co-exist in the same continuity. They're cousins, he was Daniel's kid all along. Why make it more complicated than that? Isn't one retcon...
  13. Excuse me?

    Excuse me?
  14. What would be the point of that? What would be...

    What would be the point of that? What would be gained?
  15. 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.
  16. 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...
  17. 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...
  18. 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.
  20. 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.
  21. 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...
  22. What is it that makes Superman #76 and Detective...

    What is it that makes Superman #76 and Detective Comics #203 significant?
  23. 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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