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    Default What former DC writer would you like to see return to DC...

    What former DC writer would you like to see return to DC and what book would you want them to write?

    It can be an ongoing book or a mini-series or a one-shot.

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    John Byrne, just to work on his SHAZAM! concept...

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    Neil Gaiman to do "The Green Lantern" season 3 (is he "former?" He hasn't been working on Sandman stuff has he?)

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    Greg Rucka on Wonder Woman. It's floundered a bit since his Rebirth run. Ideally, I'd love to see him paired up with Nicola Scott again, whose work was fantastic for that all-too-brief run.

    Rucka walked because he struggled with the double shipping that DC favoured at the time. That obviously wouldn't be a problem now.

    Failing that, maybe someone like Geoff Johns. It would be great to get him working back at DC Comics again .
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    Jack "King" Kirby.

    'Nuff said!

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    I'd be happy just to have an editor with Julie Schwartz's storytelling sensibilities.
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    I think maybe having Simonson come back for a run on "JLA" might be fun.

    Alan Davis on "Blue Beetle" (Jaime) - wacky sci-fi alien stuff with a young hero seems suited to Davis.

    Doug Moench on "Peacemaker."
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    Brian K. Vaughan
    Charles Soule
    Maybe Benjamin Percy

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    Chuck Dixon,
    Greg Rucka,
    Paul Dini,
    Peter Milligan

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb681131 View Post
    Chuck Dixon,
    Greg Rucka,
    Paul Dini,
    Peter Milligan
    Roy Thomas and Jerry Ordway on an All-Star Squadron mini and James Robinson and Tony Harris on ANYTHING Golden Age-JSA related.

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    Mark Waid.

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    There's another timeline out there where Ales Kot stayed on Suicide Squad and it became a seminal run.
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    Peter Milligan for sure. I LOVED his Red Lanterns.
    Brian K Vaughan is an amazing writer, but his super-hero stuff aint so great. I'd give him more grounded books, like Lois Lane or The Question.
    Jeff Lemire is writing a Black Label book, but his Animal Man and Green Arrow were SO Awesome, i'd love to see him write something in continuity again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WillieMorgan View Post
    Greg Rucka on Wonder Woman. It's floundered a bit since his Rebirth run. Ideally, I'd love to see him paired up with Nicola Scott again, whose work was fantastic for that all-too-brief run.

    Rucka walked because he struggled with the double shipping that DC favoured at the time. That obviously wouldn't be a problem now.
    I would love to see Rucka back on Wonder Woman. It's been pretty bad since he left. He fixed so many things that were wrong with her at the time and now they're working on messing her up again.

    And I would love to see Paul Levitz come back to DC -- as publisher!

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    Greg Pak, writing a mini-series or a maxi-series featuring a Superman like the one he wrote in the New 52.
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