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    I think the 'digital era' has helped me some in...

    I think the 'digital era' has helped me some in prioritizing what to obtain or have physically.
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    For me, the heyday period for when I was reading...

    For me, the heyday period for when I was reading comics was about 1985.
    Kids had Ataris, all kinds of board games, rpgs were making a splash, action figures were big, Hot Wheels, sports, cartoons...
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    True. I think they are trying now... But the...

    True.
    I think they are trying now...
    But the last several years their focus has been on trying to convert the choir. Meaning they've been expecting that 'new audience' to just appear in the comic...
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    I agree. DC has been largely targeting a...

    I agree.
    DC has been largely targeting a shrinking audience, while they've been ignoring a larger audience that's growing.

    And I believe 'kids aren't interested in comics' is a myth circulated by...
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    More reading... Justice League (2018) #1 and 2...

    More reading...

    Justice League (2018) #1 and 2
    I'm not so sure about this...
    It's supposedly the big deal of DC right now, but I'm just not feeling it.
    I may stick around and see if it picks...
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    Yeah... if you break it down... One of the...

    Yeah... if you break it down...
    One of the following three has got to be true:

    Sneak peaks... Doom Patrol
    First looks... Doom Patrol
    Braking news... Doom Patrol

    Breaking news, however, could...
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    Yay!! I'm first!!! :D The Outsiders Writer:...

    Yay!! I'm first!!!
    :D

    The Outsiders
    Writer: Brian Bendis
    Artist: Alex Maleev
    Green Arrow
    Premise: A group of vigilantes working outside the law fighting corruption and organized crime in New...
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    You must be referring to comics sold only in...

    You must be referring to comics sold only in comics shops. I didn't see stuff like that on the spinner racks at the local 7-11 when I was a kid.
  9. Well... at least that would be a change from...

    Well... at least that would be a change from Levitz's 2010 run, where it was mostly "Earth-Man and his Amazing Frenemies".

    I'm gonna give him the benefit of the doubt, and hope he's enough of a...
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    True... When it's extreme violence and gore,...

    True...

    When it's extreme violence and gore, the defenders say, 'why protect our kids? they're going to see worse in the real world. might as well prepare them'.

    But when it's sex and nudity,...
  11. A year sounds good.

    A year sounds good.
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    Sounds good to me. :)

    Sounds good to me.
    :)
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    The reason why it was so, so good was Karen...

    The reason why it was so, so good was Karen Berger.
    It was her baby.
    It died the moment DC made the changes that led her to give it up.
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    Which would be more Y7 than 9-12, IMO. When I...

    Which would be more Y7 than 9-12, IMO.
    When I was 9-12, I was reading regular DC and Marvel super-hero comics.
    Of course, they weren't the comics equivalent of TV-14 back then.

    But I think that...
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    Coulda swore DC was already T+.

    Coulda swore DC was already T+.
  16. I read her first story here recently and really...

    I read her first story here recently and really enjoyed it.
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    IIRC, in Zero Hour, the DC Universe ceases to...

    IIRC, in Zero Hour, the DC Universe ceases to exist momentarily and is 'recreated' with some minor changes.
    It also retconned elements of both Batman: Year One and Year Two and rebooted the Legion....
  18. I was thinking that one of the House books did...

    I was thinking that one of the House books did it, but couldn't recall.
    Thanks!
  19. Probably not. That could be a lot. I know...

    Probably not.
    That could be a lot.
    I know Wonder Woman, JLI and JLE all had a month break during the ends of their original Post-Crisis runs.
  20. I forgot about that. Thanks Capt!

    I forgot about that.
    Thanks Capt!
  21. Likely because he realized the effect it would...

    Likely because he realized the effect it would have on sales of Doomsday Clock if people realized a series already hurt by delays was going to have no real impact.
  22. Thanks, MRP!

    Thanks, MRP!
  23. Thanks, Jody. Knew there had to have been more....

    Thanks, Jody.
    Knew there had to have been more.

    Another 'Honorable Mention' goes to Challengers of the Unknown.
    Cancelled with #80, it was revived with #81 four years later, but only lasted...
  24. Cancelled comics that resumed publication and lasted another year or more

    Comics I can think of, off the top of my head, that were cancelled at one time and resumed numbering when revived, AND lasted longer than 12 issues afterwards...

    Green Lantern - cancelled with...
  25. Yes, I loved the JSA as they were. But they...

    Yes, I loved the JSA as they were.
    But they should be allowed to have new members, just like the JLA.
    Not allowing them to change makes them appear as a novelty item, and a relic of the past.

    If...
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