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  1. From Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #19 (December 2016):...

    From Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #19 (December 2016):
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/warloc13.jpg
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    No matter how you slice it, Rebirth felt like a...

    No matter how you slice it, Rebirth felt like a single, focused story with Wally trying to make his return in all those sections.
    Infinite Frontier was more like the old D.C. Sampler issues they had...
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    Poll: And at the moment they're still tied with 77...

    And at the moment they're still tied with 77 votes each.

    However, Two-Face is ahead of Scarecrow now. Harvey has 64 votes to Professor Crane's 63 votes.
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    Well, now that we've read the issue, it sort of...

    Well, now that we've read the issue, it sort of makes sense.

    It wouldn't be safe to let an indoor cat roam loose around a city, so having him on a leash lets him get outside (and keep the owner...
  5. Doctor Mist (Nommo) Appreciation Thread 2021

    First appearance: last panel of The Super Friends #12 (June-July 1978)
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/doctor24.jpg

    And then at the beginning of The Super Friends #13,...
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    But considering these arcs often last for maybe...

    But considering these arcs often last for maybe three-to-six months (depending on how often the title is published), how many other major arcs were published between them?
  7. But Wing has been dead even longer than Lee...

    But Wing has been dead even longer than Lee Travis.
    Wing's death was revealed in Justice League of America #102 (October 1972) while Lee Travis /original Crimson Avenger died in DC Comics Presents...
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    So, I guess it wasn't a book you could shred? ;)

    So, I guess it wasn't a book you could shred? ;)
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    I didn't say it would be Joker. This is what...

    I didn't say it would be Joker.

    This is what was said:


    What I THOUGHT I was making clear is that, when it comes to DC, editors and writers don't necessarily think it's ever "TOO SOON" to do...
  10. From that issue:...

    From that issue:
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/enchan14.jpg
  11. Promo from Adventure Comics #437...

    Promo from Adventure Comics #437 (January-February 1975)https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/rco02412.jpg
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    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/captai60...

    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/captai60.jpg
    from Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe Vol. IV (June 1985)
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    I wasn't talking about general Bat-events. I...

    I wasn't talking about general Bat-events.

    I was talking about YET ANOTHER big, multi-issue Joker story where Gotham City falls gets pummeled YET AGAIN.
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    Well, didn't it also seem like it was way too...

    Well, didn't it also seem like it was way too soon for a big Joker story when "The Joker War" started?
  15. But Steph was well-established as Spoiler prior...

    But Steph was well-established as Spoiler prior to her being Robin then Batgirl, so it's not as big a deal in her case. Cass' first well-known costumed identity was that of Batgirl.
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    Poll: And breaking them as well. :(

    And breaking them as well. :(
  17. Back in All-Star Comics #1 from 1999, James...

    Back in All-Star Comics #1 from 1999, James Robinson and David Goyer had Merlin and Tor as backwards spellcasters (though I'm not sure how common that was in their original Quality Comics stories)
    ...
  18. Yes. ...

    Yes.

    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/capt_s10.jpg
    from Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe Vol. IV (June 1985)
    Capt. Storm had eighteen issues of his own self-titled...
  19. Only if they figure out where to use them and...

    Only if they figure out where to use them and how. They'd need another book to highlight their realm(s).

    The again, I'd love a JLDark-like book set in the 1930s/1940s, but . . .
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    Poll: NOTE: This thread was started in July 2019. And...

    NOTE: This thread was started in July 2019.
    And the results at present, with 39 votes so far:
    * Jim Gordon = 19 votes
    * Alfred Pennyworth = 19 votes
    * Someone else (please specify) = 1 vote
    ...
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    Poll: NOTE: This thread was started in September 2018...

    NOTE: This thread was started in September 2018 (well before Future State).
    And currently, with 63 people having voted,
    * Bruce Wayne = 38 votes
    * Damian= 15 votes
    * Dick Grayson = 6 votes
    *...
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    Just one of the reasons why I'm not buying a lot...

    Just one of the reasons why I'm not buying a lot of books from DC these days . . .
  23. Was Bette's identity as "Betty" / "Bat-Girl"...

    Was Bette's identity as "Betty" / "Bat-Girl" essentially written out post-CoIE when they changed her backstory to being "Flamebird"?

    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/flameb11.jpg
  24. Dinosaur Island / "The War That Time Forgot" Appreciation 2021

    First appearance: Star Spangled War Stories #90 (April-May 1960)
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/star_s27.jpg

    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/-_a_st10.jpg
    To be continued . ....
  25. But Duke and the other WAR crew weren't "Robin"...

    But Duke and the other WAR crew weren't "Robin" in terms of a "Batman and Robin" duo, while Steph was.
    (The one exception for Duke I'm aware of was in a Futures End one-shot, where he was a future...
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