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  1. I'm really trying to manage my expectations for...

    I'm really trying to manage my expectations for Crisis, because it all sounds too good to be true.

    With only 5 episodes, I don't see how all these guest appearances are going to be able to be...
  2. Having Smallville's Lois & Clark on Crisis on...

    Having Smallville's Lois & Clark on Crisis on Infinite Earths feels so appropriate. Glad they made this happen, even if they are likely only going to be given very brief cameos.
  3. Does anyone know why Diane Nelson left DC?

    Since Jenette Khan became publisher of DC Comics decades ago, there's been a bit of tradition of women being in charge of a company that ironically produces mostly male power fantasies. Currently,...
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    Bingo. The out-of-nowhere Speed Force...

    Bingo.

    The out-of-nowhere Speed Force explosion that killed everyone at Sanctuary was never Wally's fault, and, despite my problems with King's writing in Heroes in Crisis, he went out of his way...
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    Poll: At first, I was skeptical of the idea, but I now...

    At first, I was skeptical of the idea, but I now think it works because Doomsday Clock did such a good job of showing how important Clark was to the foundation of the LSH, so I don't think it's...
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    Yes! I completely forgot about Black Panther and...

    Yes! I completely forgot about Black Panther and Shazam. Spider-Verse also boosted demand for Miles and Gwen
  7. I believe so, but with holes in it. Unfortunately...

    I believe so, but with holes in it. Unfortunately for Wally, one of those gaps was his wife and children.

    Didn't Justice League recently confirm that Barry died during the original Crisis?
  8. *cough cough* ...

    *cough cough*

    https://community.cbr.com/showthread.php?127393-The-History-of-the-DC-Universe-revised-updated-amp-illustrated-(August-2019)&highlight=history

    https://i.imgur.com/wsqTEkz.jpg...
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    And I used to think I was the optimist ;)

    And I used to think I was the optimist ;)
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    It's absolutely looking like this is going to be...

    It's absolutely looking like this is going to be a Multiverse-centric story, which will inevitably mean that Morrison's stuff is gonna come up. However, I don't think Morrison has much interest in...
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    Yeah, at the moment, history is broken so the...

    Yeah, at the moment, history is broken so the memories of each individual is up to whatever the writer (or editorial) wants them to be. ;)
  12. Poll: #MeToo Like I said, a guess, even a very...

    #MeToo

    Like I said, a guess, even a very convincing one, is still just a guess and can never ruin a speculation thread.
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    Yeah, that would be the understatement of the...

    Yeah, that would be the understatement of the decade ;)
  14. This continues to be a very fun ride, even if...

    This continues to be a very fun ride, even if most of the issues that preceded it felt like treading water. Thus far, this story arc has been a complete delight. Looking forward to seeing where this...
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    I'm not really a big fan of either Lobdell or...

    I'm not really a big fan of either Lobdell or Booth, but both of these guys are clearly doing their damnedest to try to salvage Wally from how badly Heroes in Crisis ended his arc.

    I think Lobdell...
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    I think it will, despite being underserved in...

    I think it will, despite being underserved in mass entertainment for the past few years, Superman is still one of the most popular characters amongst the kids I teach. He's up there with Spider-Man,...
  17. Unsurprisingly, the second episode was a big step...

    Unsurprisingly, the second episode was a big step up from the Frankenstein monster that was the season premier.

    The tone has shifted noticeably away from the dour grim n' gritty edginess of the...
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    Exactly. From the information we currently have,...

    Exactly. From the information we currently have, all that's changed in regards to Doomsday Clock's role is that it's giving us the why and how of DCU history being changed, while Snyder's Metal,...
  19. Poll: Definitely. The whole point of this thread is to...

    Definitely. The whole point of this thread is to speculate. You're not going to spoil the story for anyone by giving your best guess since anybody who comes here is already trying to figure it out. ...
  20. Could any Golden Age experts explain how Alan's...

    Could any Golden Age experts explain how Alan's powers evolved from the early days? I've only read a handful of Golden Age Green Lantern stories, but it seems like the idea of using the ring to...
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    In all the interviews with Geoff Johns I've read,...

    In all the interviews with Geoff Johns I've read, he wasn't selling Doomsday Clock as a continuity fix at all. If anything, he was downplaying that element from the beginning. Granted, he also kept...
  22. We're in a strange period of DC continuity in...

    We're in a strange period of DC continuity in which people's memories of the past, present, and future have been altered and revised so many times that everything is canon. That said, what each...
  23. Yeah, I was similarly skeptical, but all the Year...

    Yeah, I was similarly skeptical, but all the Year of the Villain one-shots I've read have been a lot of fun. I just read The Riddler one today and it was a delight, which some great art and writing.
  24. Yeah, I was similarly skeptical, but all the Year...

    Yeah, I was similarly skeptical, but all the Year of the Villain one-shots I've read have been a lot of fun. I just read The Riddler one today and it was a delight, which some great art and writing.
  25. Yeah, Bendis is certainly taking bigger swings...

    Yeah, Bendis is certainly taking bigger swings than Jurgens & Tomasi did during Rebirth, which was specifically designed to win-back disgruntled and lapsed fans.

    I agree that it's always difficult...
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