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    John Ostrander, maybe on Deathstroke or something of that nature.

    Marc Andreyko on Huntress or Catwoman, or a return to Kate Spencer.

    Mike Grell on more Warlord, likely a maxi-series.

    Roy Thomas on a new Arak, Son of Thunder maxi-series.

    Steve Englehart finally getting to do his take on Madame Xanadu in a mini/maxi.

    Matt Wagner on a Phantom Stranger mini/maxi. Maybe for Black Label.

    Roger Stern on a Doctor Fate mini/maxi.

    Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn doing an Amethyst OGN for the successor of the Ink/Zoom line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Knight View Post
    Greg Pak, writing a mini-series or a maxi-series featuring a Superman like the one he wrote in the New 52.
    A Black Label Superman series by him would be freaking great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vordan View Post
    A Black Label Superman series by him would be freaking great.
    I'd like to see him do something akin to Superman Smashes The Clan like Yang is doing. Maybe his own "thesis" on what Superman is to him.

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    Rucka back on Wonder Woman. I think some talented new blood would be preferable, but its gradually gone more and more to shit since he left after setting up a great foundation and hes much better than what we've been getting recently.

    I'm looking forward to Orlando. I'm not sure hes the fresh blood we need, but he will at least be a step up from Robinson and Wilson.

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    Chuck Dixon
    Matt Wagner
    Mike Mignola
    Doug Moench
    Jame Robinson
    Alan Grant
    Bryan Talbot

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    Van Jensen so he could write another John Stewart book

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    Chuck Dixon
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    Greg Hurwitz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulysses View Post
    Greg Hurwitz
    Would love to see him come back.

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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.

    Failing that, maybe someone like Geoff Johns. It would be great to get him working back at DC Comics again .
    Rucka is currently writing a Lois Lane comic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash Gordon View Post
    There's another timeline out there where Ales Kot stayed on Suicide Squad and it became a seminal run.
    I'd love to see this timeline! Aside from Ostrander's original run, Kot's Suicide Squad was the only time I've truly enjoyed the book.

    Speaking of Ostrander, he's one writer I'd love to see doing regular work at DC again.
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    Mark Waid on Superman
    Tom Peyer on Doctor Fate.
    Matt Wagner on Sandman Mystery Theatre and/or Dr. Mid-Nite.
    James Robinson on a Captain Comet book.

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    Definitely Ostrander.
    Kurt Busiek too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Crocodile View Post
    Matt Wagner on Sandman Mystery Theatre and/or Dr. Mid-Nite.
    Yes! Those were two of my favorite books ever. Wagner hasn't done a ton of DC stuff, but what he's done, I've really liked ("Demon", even "Batman/Grendel" - Trinity was okay...)

    If he were to come back, I'd love for him to reintroduce Pieter Cross Dr Mid-Nite and have a nice long run with him.

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