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Subj: FLASH #21: Does that mean, after 32 YEARS...
Posted: Mon May 01, 2017 at 04:56:07 am EDT (Viewed 203 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Just read it. It was WAY too overhyped.
Posted: Mon Apr 24, 2017 at 03:28:59 pm EDT (Viewed 216 times)


So, after 32 years, what's old is new again? Just read Flash #21. And after with Batman #21 and Trinity #8 is DC telling us the original, Original Origin of the is now made canon again??!! The one that has Superman AND Wonder Woman as part of the team (before they were retconned out for three decades +? Sure the solicits have been selling as the main DCU reality timeline in REBIRTH as a return to pre-Crises but just didn't think they meant that far back?! Will it prove to have been worth the wait? Surely, there must still be AT LEAST topical/superficial changes to keep the relative date of it within the last 10 years DCU time but this opens another post-Crises BUNCH of questions. Like, how much of DCU will have a clean slate reset? Plus, how many, and specifically which, back issues will be wiped out of Earth Prime existence? Maybe DC should immediately make money and reader friends by putting out a new 2-issue prestige mini series HISTORY OF THE DCU with exact same pages but faces and relative dates changed to now for all the characters for clarity. THAT was a HELPFUL publicastion back then! (Heck, even add 1 issue for more sales to include all the new characters they want to share that were introduced in 32 years. Do NOT make it any longer though.)

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