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  1. But the idea that they can come back is...

    But the idea that they can come back is wonderful, isn't it?
  2. The bright side is there, said the clockwork...

    The bright side is there, said the clockwork pessimist. All we need to do is accept it for what it is.
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    I like most of your ideas, but I don't like...

    I like most of your ideas, but I don't like Vertigo being made a subsiderary for DC characters again. I want it to remain an avenue for talented mid-level creators to tell cool stories with the...
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    I would, too, but I'd know the answer because I...

    I would, too, but I'd know the answer because I brought it with me.
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    And have Vandal Savage bust her figurative balls....

    And have Vandal Savage bust her figurative balls.

    It's kinda easy, isn't it?
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    If you like the book, then that's what matters. ...

    If you like the book, then that's what matters. Most of the books I enjoy last less than two years.

    Here's how you fix Donna Troy-- "Hello, this new character is called Donna Troy. She's kinda...
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    Astro City has nothing to do with Wildstorm other...

    Astro City has nothing to do with Wildstorm other than Jim Lee deciding to publish it twenty years ago. None of its characters have anything to do with Wildstorm or DC-- they belong to Busiek, Ross,...
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    I'd be like Mark Doyle, and say, "Give me your...

    I'd be like Mark Doyle, and say, "Give me your best pitch. Give me a good book. We'll let the obsessives figure out where it fits."

    See also: Karen Berger, Mike Gold, Andy Helfer, and Art Young.
  9. Yes, and I love it. The series was crap from a...

    Yes, and I love it. The series was crap from a craft standpoint, but the outcome is fantastic.

    This is what we all wanted. This is the blank slate that opens up creators to tell the stories...
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    I revised some of my statement after my intial...

    I revised some of my statement after my intial post, but I don't think that changes my point.

    Familiarity is what matters. Batman, Spider-Man, Avengers are the new "brands". It doesn't really...
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    I don't think that's actually true. If it were,...

    I don't think that's actually true. If it were, Astro City would be the top selling superhero title.

    I think "brand loyalty" counts in ways we don't usually consider. It's not "DC" that matters,...
  12. Kind of irrevelant as the omnibus is already on...

    Kind of irrevelant as the omnibus is already on the market. It's a great book, too, even if it's flawed. It's worth buying if you love the New Gods and you love Walt Simonson's work. To be quite...
  13. Because Paul Levitz negotiated certain creator...

    Because Paul Levitz negotiated certain creator rights after the Superfriends series (to his credit), but Isabella and VonEedan were still left in a grey zone. DC tried to do right-- and in most...
  14. As far as the rights, it's complicated. As far...

    As far as the rights, it's complicated. As far as the quality, well... why didn't you read the '90s Isabella/Newell series? Some of the best art going around, and meaningful stories. If that...
  15. Which would be fine as long as they realize that...

    Which would be fine as long as they realize that the best Legion stories have been imaginative stories. It doesn't matter what incarnation; it matters that whatever incarnation is part of...
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    Right. And it's still in flux. Still, most...

    Right. And it's still in flux.

    Still, most likely with DC considering Django/Zorro.
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    You're missing out. Joe Kubert's art always...

    You're missing out. Joe Kubert's art always looks better in b&w. Nick Cardy, too. The coloring of that era only obscured the art. You want to see some true masters at the top of their game? ...
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    Excellent in every way. And JH Williams III...

    Excellent in every way. And JH Williams III outdid himself with some of the page design this issue. This is how a multiverse needs to look.
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    All I need is good, imaginative stories. Doesn't...

    All I need is good, imaginative stories. Doesn't matter what continuity they're set on or what incarnation of characters they use.
  20. http://smile.amazon.com/Beware-Creeper-Jason-Hall/...

    http://smile.amazon.com/Beware-Creeper-Jason-Hall/dp/1401240208/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1432754098&sr=8-1&keywords=Beware+the+Creeper
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    It's not hatred, but licensing issues. After...

    It's not hatred, but licensing issues. After Dwayne McDuffie passed away, none of the Milestone creators were actively working with DC on the license, which lead to a lot of missteps by DC. It took...
  22. Excellent news!

    Excellent news!
  23. I hate spiders, too. 22584

    I hate spiders, too.

    22584
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    Vision problems? Do you squint a lot when you...

    Vision problems? Do you squint a lot when you read a comic?
  25. I would argue that it makes no story an...

    I would argue that it makes no story an "Elseworld" story. It means every story matters, regardless of where and when in continuity it's situated.

    "This is an imaginary story. Aren't they all?"
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