DC Revamps Again! And Again! And Again!

Mike Gold

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5 Responses

  1. Kyle G. says:

    I’m curious what the angle will be this time. We’ve already done ‘One Year Later’ and so many other shake up changes. With this coming just a few days before solicites go online it’ll be interesting to see what they think will bring new readers onboard this time around.

  2. Otaku-sempai says:

    I’ve had enough of these reboots for a while, myself. Oh, for the days when they came about 20 years apart.

  3. mike weber says:

    Insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results.

  4. Aaron Thall says:

    The constant reboots are a major factor in me preferring Marvel and manga by a wide margin. I don’t want to read stories and follow characters if they’re just going to be wiped away within 5 years, y’know? It creates a sense of “What’s the point?”

    DC needs to just STOP rebooting altogether and adopt the sliding timetable Marvel’s used for decades (in fact, for characters like the JSA, it would make things even better. It’s certainly done wonders for Captain America).

  5. This is why I don’t read DC and never have. Marvel may constantly reboot the numbering of their books but Spider-Man from 1963 is the same Spider-Man from 1983 is the same Spider-Man today.

    How many different Super-Men have their been, if count each reboot and re-telling of the origin as a different character? Six? Not to mention the many, many people who’ve been Green Lantern or Green Arrow or whatnot.