Feb. 15th, 2009


Feb. 15th, 2009 03:38 pm
kyanited: (super K)
The good times are over. I think I may be turning my back on the DC-/Batverse, soon. If there even is a Batverse left. Batman's dead, the Canary downgraded to Ollies loyal sidekick, BoP will be disbanded in next week's final issue, Checkmate and Sasha Bordeaux are dead, too, Batwoman seems to have disappeared, also, and it just leaves The Question and Scandal Savage, whose stories I'm not much interested in without Batwoman resp. Knockout. And if Manhunter continues its current path, I'll ditch it, too.

There'll be a 3-issue "Oracle" miniseries starting next month, featuring a showdown between her and her arch-enemy Calculator. The solicitation says she'll be paying the "ultimate price", but whatever it is, I got a feeling I won't like it. Bye, bye DC.

There will only be Air and Top Ten left, and they're both not related the the DC-verse.

Comics I'll be watching out for are reduced to:

Echo (Abstract Studios)
Air (DC/Vertigo)
Top Ten (DC/Wildstorm)
Guardians of the Galaxy (Marvel)
[Secret Six (DC)]

[Oh, and Booster Gold, sort of a guilty pleasure. :)]

Picky as I am I don't like the new art of "Runaways", so even if it's written by Terry Moore, I won't read it.

And frankly, I lost track of the events in the DC-Verse, too. I always liked DC better than Marvel :P but Final Crisis got too big and confusing for a fan with limited time and money, sort of like Marvel's giant Civil War octopus with countless tie-ins and specials.

Meh. The good times are over.


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