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  1. Metal Men ended with 1970's #41 and picked up in...

    Metal Men ended with 1970's #41 and picked up in '73 with #42 and ran for a few years bimonthly until '78's #56.
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    The solicit promises a meeting of the two, so...

    The solicit promises a meeting of the two, so between that and Bendis' usage of Vic, I don't think he's going anywhere.
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    So flipping glad that the Age Omnibus line is...

    So flipping glad that the Age Omnibus line is contuintuing! It was looking pretty hairy there for a bit, but two highly requested lines in the same solicit set? That's great!

    Looking foreward to a...
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    I read Kirby's Green Arrow run a few years back...

    I read Kirby's Green Arrow run a few years back and really enjoyed it for his art and Dave Wood's surprisingly deft for the early Silver Age scrips, so i got a huge kick out of the Xeen Arrow...
  5. Karlo was the original, non-powered one. Hagan...

    Karlo was the original, non-powered one. Hagan was the Silver Age Clayface that introduced the powerset to the character. Hagan was killed in CoIE and in the ensuing Mudpack story, Karlo was...
  6. This looks pretty cool! I'm in.

    This looks pretty cool! I'm in.
  7. I can dig not liking his work, but what makes it...

    I can dig not liking his work, but what makes it 'dark and depressing'?
  8. He left in 2003, just a year before Winick's run,...

    He left in 2003, just a year before Winick's run, yeah. Never considered that aspect.
  9. Plus their sidekicks came back from the dead as...

    Plus their sidekicks came back from the dead as villains the same year as well.
  10. Not only where their debuts close, but the...

    Not only where their debuts close, but the writers were roommates at the time.
  11. Out of curiosity, what do you find depressing in...

    Out of curiosity, what do you find depressing in his work? He could use dark story beats, but overall, I think he's probably the least cynical, most hopeful writer DC has with a high profile.

    On...
  12. I love super pets! It's one of my favorite quirks...

    I love super pets! It's one of my favorite quirks of the superhero genre. I say bring 'em on!

    Let's here it for the Legion of Super-Pets! I wanna see more of them, the classic incarnation and...
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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure that was Johnny. And in...

    Yeah, I'm pretty sure that was Johnny. And in other, more obscure continuity nods, Verner Brothers- the company who made the Nathanial Dusk movies- is originally from the Blue Devil comics from the...
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    It's not really a full reboot in terms of...

    It's not really a full reboot in terms of continuity per se, since some of the cast carries over. However, it's a complete tonal departure from Kupperberg's run. You can start with Morrison's since...
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    Morrison's run in the gold standard and what the...

    Morrison's run in the gold standard and what the show is largely based on. Giffen's run is also pretty good, in my opinion, but opinions vary. Other than that there is only a few other runs....
  16. I figured this would tie in to Snyder's Batman...

    I figured this would tie in to Snyder's Batman plotlines, but color me surprised it tied in to his Justice League work. I like how holistic his corner of the DCU is.

    The book itself was pretty...
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    It's probably obvious, but April 18th is,...

    It's probably obvious, but April 18th is, according to legend, the day Action Comics #1 went on shelves.
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    It was that DCYou era New Suicide Squad book. Not...

    It was that DCYou era New Suicide Squad book. Not a great book, to be honest.
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    Looks like we've had Wozenderland revealed...

    Looks like we've had Wozenderland revealed:
    SHAZAM! #9
    written by GEOFF JOHNS
    art by DALE EAGLESHAM
    cover by MARK BUCKINGHAM
    variant cover by KAARE ANDREWS
    After their terrifying adventure...
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    It's a six issue mini. There is one Darkseid...

    It's a six issue mini.

    There is one Darkseid in the Multiverse, as per Multiversity, but he's refracted. Each universe as a distinct incarnation of him that can appear differently.
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    The Bizarro Terrifics have their designs shown in...

    The Bizarro Terrifics have their designs shown in Year of the Villains #1. Zoom ins coutresty of Bleeding Cool. It's possible that, Plas aside, these aren't Bizarros but its what they seem to be....
  22. Looks like Flornic Man is joining the Parliament...

    Looks like Flornic Man is joining the Parliament of Flowers The design is shown in the Year of Villains one-shot in the back. I like it a lot.
  23. It's not filler, but you don't have to worry...

    It's not filler, but you don't have to worry about getting a separate trade. IT looks like the core issues are fully collected in volume 2.
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    I wouldn't consider it laziness or bad...

    I wouldn't consider it laziness or bad storytelling. Rather, it's the point. After all, it's been established time and time again that Earth is especially important for cosmic reasons. It's been...
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    It's been hinted at several times, most notably...

    It's been hinted at several times, most notably in Morrison's works, that Earth is the most important planet in the universe because it's where the Fifth World will begin eventually. It's not super...
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