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    Default DC weekly series, how many were there?

    So I can think of these, were there any other weekly series from DC?

    Action Comics weekly
    52
    Countdown to Final Crisis
    Batman Eternal
    Futures End

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    Wednesday Comics and Millennium Edition.
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    Trinity
    Batman and Robin Eternal
    Generation Lost / Brightest Day
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    Quote Originally Posted by tako View Post
    Trinity
    Batman and Robin Eternal
    Generation Lost / Brightest Day
    Were some of those bi weekly?

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    Generation Lost and BD alternated weeks. Together, they were weekly.
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    Zero Hour.

    Granted, it was only 5 issues, but still weekly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tib2d2 View Post
    So I can think of these, were there any other weekly series from DC?

    Action Comics weekly
    52
    Countdown to Final Crisis
    Batman Eternal
    Futures End
    And the only one I enjoyed was 52.
    When Action Comics went weekly it was still pretty good. The back ups were hit and miss, but still worth a look.
    I found Countdown, Eternal & Futures End just plain awful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by married guy View Post
    And the only one I enjoyed was 52.
    When Action Comics went weekly it was still pretty good. The back ups were hit and miss, but still worth a look.
    I found Countdown, Eternal & Futures End just plain awful.
    Oh I can't even thing about Futures End without getting furious. So much time and money wasted on that nonsense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tib2d2 View Post
    Oh I can't even thing about Futures End without getting furious. So much time and money wasted on that nonsense.
    I recall somewhat enjoying it but when the last issue was a non-ending that led into a Batman Beyond series...I think these comics became the first I put on eBay. I didn't even want to look at them again.

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