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    Mighty Member failo.legendkiller's Avatar
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    Hal Jordan & the Green Lantern Corps
    Action Comics
    Red Hood & the Outlaws
    Batman
    Super Sons

    Green Lanterns is overrated imho.

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    For me my favorites are
    1) Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps
    2) Detective Comics
    by a mile there are other ones that I like but if forced to pair my DC pull list to only so many titles my must haves would be those two.

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    Wonder Woman
    Dark Night: Metal
    Mister Miracle
    The Shadow/Batman

    there's some upcoming stuff that seems very interesting:

    Doomsday Clock
    Ragman
    The Demon: Hell Is Earth
    The Immortal Men

    not sure if all of those can be considered Rebirth brand, though...

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    New Super-Man and Deathstroke are easily the best.

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    Red Hood and the Outlaws. Has formed its own little "Dark" Trinity, and man is it good. Definitely check out the annual too.
    Super Sons. Just a fun series. Kind of like seeing how a young Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent would get along if they were doing the whole hero thing at their ages.
    Wonder Woman. No more sex pirates, thankfully. That was big deal breaker for me when I heard about the New52 Reboot. And especially the first 24-25 issues are great!

    Really, most of what everyone else has recommended. I will also add, Batman/Shadow was an awesome miniseries.

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    I haven't yet checked out any Rebirth series but it worries me how little the flash gets mentioned in topics like these

    At the same time, deathstroke and the new super-man both have me intrigued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Miller View Post
    Overrated!!! Overrated!!!
    How ? It was nominated for an Eisner and the reviews are very good.

    Please explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundsci View Post
    I haven't yet checked out any Rebirth series but it worries me how little the flash gets mentioned in topics like these

    At the same time, deathstroke and the new super-man both have me intrigued.
    Flash has "give and take" to it. Both Flashes (original Wally is back) have been dealt some controversial blows in recent arcs. So, most people are kind of waiting to see where they go with it before saying one way or the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magneto View Post
    It was nominated for an Eisner
    I find this to hardly be a redeeming quality. The Eisner's mean little nowadays.

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    I wish I could give a lot of growing recommendations, but almost any enjoyment I had for Rebirth titles is on life support at the moment. I will join with those recommending New Super-Man, and I've been liking Batgirl's solo title (not so much Batgirl & the Birds of Prey).
    I had usually liked Action Comics, but I'm waiting to see how this "Mr. Oz" reveal plays out. (Not thrilled by who he's suppose to be at the moment.)
    Had liked most of Rucka's Wonder Woman, but it fell off once he was gone and we're waiting to see how things go under the latest writer (James Robinson).
    I had also liked the Superwoman series in the beginning, but the change of writers after the first arc wasn't to my liking.
    A few other books that I did try in the beginning just never really kept me intrigued enough to continue buying them for the long haul.

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