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Peter Svensson

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emerick-man
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Subj: Re: Trinity 10: Questions...
Posted: Fri Aug 08, 2008 at 04:17:40 pm EDT (Viewed 216 times)
Reply Subj: Trinity 10: Questions...
Posted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 at 02:02:22 pm EDT (Viewed 323 times)


> What is the status of new Infinity Inc. comic? Theyre 2nd generation Everyman Program or something, right?

It's been cancelled. But yes, they were Everyman members who retained or regained their powers IIRC.

> Mari is on the team here before or after Canary fired her?

I'm guessing after, with the caveat that she will probably get back on the roster soon enough. Given that all of Trinity seems to be happening in like a week or two, means that putting it in continuity will have to wait.

> Is CSA from Earth-3 still and what # Earth is AntiMatter Universe in the DCU?

The Anti-Matter universe isn't part of the 52. It's its own seperate locale. And this is the Crime Syndicate from the Anti-Matter Universe as opposed to the similar and sinister Crime Society of Earth-3.

> Thought universe jumping was supposed to be harder than that - after Countdown? Looks like the JLA should soon have a revolving door here.

Well, it's always been relatively easy to get to the Anti-Matter Universe. Heck, there used to be a portal right outside of Coast City. The 52 are supposed to be harder to access, but yeah, everytime they say that it ends up becoming like taking a trip to New York.

> Red eyes! Supes is P.O.-ed all issue! Did the CSA kill those hundreds in their last JLA arc?

Yep. Syndicate Rules, written by Kurt Busiek. Ultraman, disguised as Superman killed a ton of folks.

> Someone just picked Lois' pocket. Maybe for a Superman touchstone item? Is that Swashbuckler's arm?

I think that's the TVM Man. And given that it appears at the end of the issue, yeah. It's a Superman touchstone item.

> What JLA issue does casebook 36662 entry refer to? Qwaard looks appropriately nasty place.

JLA 107-114. And that's not Qward. That's EARTH, after having been ravaged by a Qwardian super weapon.

> Still not entirely clear why the whole team goes but they look cool against the red sky and it makes for a banner submission:

The Crime Syndicate are a big threat. Better bring the whole team.

> What was meant by the Harrlequin Romance Apes comment by Robin?

Harlequin is a publisher of Romance Novels. He's asking if Nightwing fought Apes who acted like the heroines of said novels often.

> Dreambound. Freaky team. Do we know who Kinkneck is?

The Trans-Volitional Man. He was the one who stole the Joker's Laugh. He's apparently an ex-heroin junkie, and has weird powers.