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    For me, it's a tie between the '40s, '60s and...

    For me, it's a tie between the '40s, '60s and '80s.
  2. Thread: Is DC Ending

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    Lol. Was April 1st late this year?

    Lol.

    Was April 1st late this year?
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    Waiting for the new series...

    Waiting for the new series...
  4. They're afraid that their 'impressionable' (and...

    They're afraid that their 'impressionable' (and likely rebellious, due to all their over-protection) children will watch it and think 'witchcraft is cool'.

    We had a similar thing happen in my home...
  5. Heh. Now I can't see Clea's images. ...

    Heh.

    Now I can't see Clea's images.

    https://i.postimg.cc/tCgnHTdF/Screenshot-2021-04-05-Stephen-Strange-Doctor-Strange-Appreciation-2021-Page-26.png
  6. Where are these votes happening? If it's only...

    Where are these votes happening?

    If it's only on Twitter, they do know that 'pitch information' is meaningless.
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    I would recommend the 2018 series over the 2011...

    I would recommend the 2018 series over the 2011 series.

    The 2018 series feels more focused, has moodier art and doesn't get pulled into a bunch of crossovers.

    The 2011 series came right at the...
  8. My favorite parts of the fight were the clever...

    My favorite parts of the fight were the clever bits, like her coming up behind Agatha and throwing her into an illusion of the coven, only to have Agatha take control of it and turn the illusion...
  9. I finally finished WandaVision. Loved it....

    I finally finished WandaVision.
    Loved it.
    Looking forward to what’s next.
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    Ironically, I think one reason the characters...

    Ironically, I think one reason the characters from the '80s tend to be the most iconic versions is probably because of the Who's Who.
    It created a time capsule with a definitive version that...
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    At least the first volume is. And several of the...

    At least the first volume is.
    And several of the add-ons from the Annuals.
  12. If they want to make magic more realistic, they...

    If they want to make magic more realistic, they could also make the effects of a spell take longer to manifest. Like from a few hours, a day or a week. Or longer.
    Then have everything occur in ways...
  13. I wouldn’t mind seeing The First return, since...

    I wouldn’t mind seeing The First return, since Marvel owns them and has forgotten about them.
  14. One important thing to take away from this...

    One important thing to take away from this...

    Is that when Superman’s first appearance enters the public domain in 2033, Disney will be walking on eggshells about whether or not they use him and...
  15. Magic tends to be neglected by DC and Marvel both...

    Magic tends to be neglected by DC and Marvel both unless they can find a writer interested in the concept. Which is pretty rare.
    DC lucked out with Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison all...
  16. I remember when it came out. I was debating on...

    I remember when it came out.
    I was debating on getting it because I wasn’t sure if Marvel was going to do anything with it.
    And of course, they didn’t.

    I do like that they kept it basically the...
  17. Adding to this, the first three were previously...

    Adding to this, the first three were previously referred to as 'Personal Energy', 'Universal Energy' and 'Dimensional Energy'. The new names are cooler, though.

    This is quoted from the '80s Marvel...
  18. I somewhat agree with this. With the exception...

    I somewhat agree with this. With the exception that a re-read can be helpful.

    I seemed to enjoy the JLI the most when I read it back in the '80s because it and its spin-offs were all I bought.
    So...
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    My favorite books of the early 2000s were...

    My favorite books of the early 2000s were Crossgen’s compendiums Forge and Edge.
    Each one was a collection of their comics from a few months prior.
    One issue of Forge and one issue of Edge for the...
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    Booster Gold Blue Beetle Firestorm Cyborg...

    Booster Gold
    Blue Beetle
    Firestorm
    Cyborg
    Blue Devil
    Fire
    Ice
    Vixen
    Starfire
    Raven
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    I would second this. DC’s Silver Age was full of...

    I would second this.
    DC’s Silver Age was full of camp, peaking in the late ‘60s with the Go-Go Checks period.
  22. I think Ď70s Hulk would be the best bet. I...

    I think Ď70s Hulk would be the best bet.

    I wouldnít mind seeing them expand on the cartoons of the Ď70s and Ď80s, though: Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, and Spider-Woman.
    ...
  23. A clue for you......

    A clue for you...

    Near as I can tell, it may be from Captain Atom: Armageddon.

    Edit: confirmed thru DCUI. It was in Captain Atom: Armageddon #1.
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    I still wish that team was spun off as its own...

    I still wish that team was spun off as its own thing.
    Even Gypsy was better in that grouping.
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    It was okay at the start, as a kind of novelty...

    It was okay at the start, as a kind of novelty thing where they took the JLI members and filtered them through an Image style.
    But it wore out its welcome really quickly as it was pretty much one...
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