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zvelf




1. Who would you want it to be?

2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?

For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.



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TJ Burns





> 1. Who would you want it to be?

Hawkman. Again. I miss that book, folks... I really, REALLY miss that book.

> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?

Hawkman, Wildcat, Alan Scott, Power Girl, and Dr. Mid-Nite could all headline a title pretty effectively.


TJB


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Talezite




> 1. Who would you want it to be?
>
> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
>
> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.


I would like to see a Dr Midnight on going series. That has potential in my opinion. Good reading to you all.
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JimJ




> 1. Who would you want it to be?
>
Mr. Terrific, there is so much unplumbed territory there.
> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
>
Dr. Midnight, Alan Scott or Mr. Terrific
> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.
>


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Lightning Strike




> 1. Who would you want it to be?

If I was being selfish, I would say Jay. He's one of my favorite DC characters, and I'd absolutely LOVE to see him in his own series. That being said, I don't think DC could sustain two Flash books. \:\-\(

> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?

> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.

Yeah, you know I think it's time DC gave her a shot. She's only had a mini-series to her credit, so there's a lot of potential there.


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Tanthius




> > 1. Who would you want it to be?
>
> If I was being selfish, I would say Jay. He's one of my favorite DC characters, and I'd absolutely LOVE to see him in his own series. That being said, I don't think DC could sustain two Flash books. \:\-\(
>
> > 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
>
> > For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.
>
> Yeah, you know I think it's time DC gave her a shot. She's only had a mini-series to her credit, so there's a lot of potential there.
>
>
> GAMS Member #12
> Make A Wish Foundation
> Jesus Forever
> "Want to see the size of my love?"
> Ascend the winding path outside of Jerusalem.
> Follow the dots of bloody dirt until you crest the hill.
> Before looking up, pause and hear me whisper,
> "This is how much I love you" . . . Jesus on the cross.



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punishment




> 1. Who would you want it to be?
Mr. Terrific
Runner-Ups- Dr. Mid-Nite, Damage, Starman
> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
Power Girl
Runner-Ups- Mr. Terrific, Sandman, Starman

Part of it would depend on the caliber of creative talent but I can see some of these characters working as a series of mini-series.


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King.Hyperion




I would lilke to see a Mr. Terrific/ Doc Midnight 'buddy book' or Worlds Finest tack. But if only one can have a title, it has to be Mr. T!

> I 1. Who would you want it to be?
> Mr. Terrific
> Runner-Ups- Dr. Mid-Nite, Damage, Starman
> > 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
> Power Girl
> Runner-Ups- Mr. Terrific, Sandman, Starman
>
> Part of it would depend on the caliber of creative talent but I can see some of these characters working as a series of mini-series.


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Bandit26




> 1. Who would you want it to be?
Hourman

> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?

Dr. Midnite or Power Girl, maybe Starman


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puerile




Sandman. I want a modern Sandman Mystery Theatre title under the vertigo label or telling vertigoesque stories featuring Sandy Hawkins.

Doctor Mid-Nite would be a really great choice for a book. His stories seem to write themselves. Power Girl would also be a good choice there are huge parts of her life we don't know about. Wildcat also a great choice. Could have some lighthearted fun.


> 1. Who would you want it to be?
>
> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
>
> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.
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Final Taxi




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> > 1. Who would you want it to be?
After Reading the mini-series and the JSA Classified- Dr. Mid-nite would be good.


> > 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?

Take Wildcat and do a semi-spin-off of Birds of Prey. He works with Oracle and has to help train some of the new talent. Gail Simone would be a good writer for it.


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Blue Beetle




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> 1. Who would you want it to be?


Mr. Terrific.


> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?


Mr. Terrific.




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galmanjr1968




1.Wildcat or Flash. Ted or Jay would be great solo characters to have their own book.

2. Power Girl. Karen has that star power to back her since the Showcase issues and the Wally Wood All-Star Comics issues way back when.

> 1. Who would you want it to be?
>
> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
>
> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.
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Newway




> 1. Who would you want it to be?
>
> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
>
> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.

POWERGIRL!
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The_Swordsman




> Sandman. I want a modern Sandman Mystery Theatre title under the vertigo label or telling vertigoesque stories featuring Sandy Hawkins.
>
> Doctor Mid-Nite would be a really great choice for a book. His stories seem to write themselves. Power Girl would also be a good choice there are huge parts of her life we don't know about. Wildcat also a great choice. Could have some lighthearted fun.
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>
> > 1. Who would you want it to be?
Doctor Mid-Nite hands down. I'd like to see more of Doctor Mid-Nite the hero. We see him enough as the physician.
> >
> > 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
> >
> > For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.
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