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Suzanne

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Talezite

Subj: Re: There's no love for Hawkman!
Posted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 at 04:56:15 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: Re: There's no love for Hawkman!
Posted: Sat Oct 06, 2007 at 07:35:36 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)

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> > Let's hear it \:\-\) With the Multiverse back, altering Hawkman & Hawkgirl would be easy.
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> > It seems DC has something cooking. I don't remember it, but someone at the Baltimore ComiCon asked about Hawkman, and DiDio wanted to reply but was cut off by Bob Wayne. Maybe that's a good sign. Let's not forget that he's apparently taking part in Final Crisis, so he won't stay off the radar for long.
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> I hope DC goes back to the original, simple origin - a cop from spacefaring Thanagar that came to Earth in pursuit of a crook and decided to stay out of a desire to learn more about our planet. It's a nice contrast with Clark and J'Onn who don't have a world to go back to. And the whole concept can be explained in a single sentence.
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I have always thought the character of Hawkman to be a cool one. In my opinion DC needs to have an origin for him and stick to it whether that be Alien cop, perpetual reincarnate, or Hawk Avatar. I can understand a story and a character evolving and changing over time but I think they went with too many things too soon. I am not opposed to a character's origin changing or being added to in time but three changes in 10 years or so is too much. Thats my my 2 cents.

I think that Hawk avatar crap is better off forgotten by editorial along with the Fel Andar/Carter Jr./Sharon Parker mess. As much as I like Carter & Kendra, I hope the Thanagarians return in some way or at least have their past restored.

As for JSofA, I'd like to see Carter and Powergirl's affair explored more and find out what really happened.


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