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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptCleghorn View Post
    Bringing Ted back after a decade plus absence only to have him killed in a big-@$$ "event" when he had a much more dramatic death scene back in Robinson's Starman series is truly sad and pathetic.
    Hopefully that’s not the case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jekyll View Post
    Hopefully that’s not the case.
    I certainly agree with you. But for this situation a cynical pessimism is unfortunately supported by past behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr-brainwave View Post
    Ted Knight will be killed by Lex Luthor



    I wonder how many JSAers will be killed this time.
    that wasn't what i was hoping for....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr-brainwave View Post
    Ted Knight will be killed by Lex Luthor



    I wonder how many JSAers will be killed this time.
    I would think they'd have to prevent that since I imagine Ted dying before he should have would have consequences for the timeline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    I would think they'd have to prevent that since I imagine Ted dying before he should have would have consequences for the timeline.
    Agreed. I believe this is a red herring.
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    It worries me that it looks like the League will have no memory of ever knowing the JSA. I hope they don't erase all pre-FP JSA appearances. Losing Johns' JSA and Robinson's Starmann would be sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Factor View Post
    It worries me that it looks like the League will have no memory of ever knowing the JSA. I hope they don't erase all pre-FP JSA appearances. Losing Johns' JSA and Robinson's Starmann would be sad.
    I mean, I have no idea what the Doomsday Clock connection to anything is anymore but I assume the heroes will regain their memories of each other by the end of the story.

    It would be kind of a waste just to see everything start from scratch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    I mean, I have no idea what the Doomsday Clock connection to anything is anymore but I assume the heroes will regain their memories of each other by the end of the story.

    It would be kind of a waste just to see everything start from scratch.
    That's been DC's go-to move for more than 1/3 of their history.

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    DC just doesn't seem to like the JSA. Apparently Didio's original plan for Infinite Crisis had them a few of them dying in it as well. And giving the book to Willingham and Guggenheim after Johns has to be some of the worst decisions made especially when there were better candidates to succeed him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Factor View Post
    It worries me that it looks like the League will have no memory of ever knowing the JSA. I hope they don't erase all pre-FP JSA appearances. Losing Johns' JSA and Robinson's Starmann would be sad.
    Judging by how they tell the stories of bringing back old characters or continuity in Rebirth, from Wally to Superman to Kon-El, that's how the story's going to start. No one will remember a thing. Then there will be some drama and conflict, but after the big climax... or the aftermath... the memory will return... or some version of it. A combination of what fans familiar from the past but modernized to fit with the current vision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    You mean a Zero Hour all over again?!?
    Yes, I cannot help but expect the worst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptCleghorn View Post
    Bringing Ted back after a decade plus absence only to have him killed in a big-@$$ "event" when he had a much more dramatic death scene back in Robinson's Starman series is truly sad and pathetic.
    After so many years of absence, i don't want to see Ted killed in a big-@$$ "event" and don't want another dramatic death either.

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    Hopefully we'll see Wildcat soon as well.
    Favourite DC heroes: Flash (Wally West), Red Hood (Jason Todd), Batman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Factor View Post
    It worries me that it looks like the League will have no memory of ever knowing the JSA. I hope they don't erase all pre-FP JSA appearances. Losing Johns' JSA and Robinson's Starmann would be sad.
    Well...
    They've been lost for almost ten years now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNewGod View Post
    That's been DC's go-to move for more than 1/3 of their history.
    Unfortunately, I can't argue that .
    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Wayne View Post
    DC just doesn't seem to like the JSA. Apparently Didio's original plan for Infinite Crisis had them a few of them dying in it as well. And giving the book to Willingham and Guggenheim after Johns has to be some of the worst decisions made especially when there were better candidates to succeed him.
    I think right now the viability of any DC property depends on whether the architects care to use them, so the Legion have Bendis and the JSA now have Snyder.

    It's unfortunate that Wally couldn't get the same kind of momentum but I think DC Editorial is super-strong when it comes to The Flashes otherwise Snyder would be writing Wally in Justice League.

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