"I think that's what they're doing, but I doubt it will be that confusing to new readers. I think for new readers, a Batman story is a Batman story, and they don't get hung up over whether Barbara Gordon was ever Oracle or not unless…"
"Stotmwatch? Ugh. Boy, J’onn always gets the short end, doesn’t he?
You may be right about that editorial wind. And I hope you’re right. If the bulk of events between 1960 and 2010 are considered to have somehow happened in…"
"Then again, the three reprints will probably be 60 to 66 pages. Then the original story brings it to 72 to 78. Subtract the cover from the page count 94 pages), and we're looking at about 18 interior pages to fill with ads. that seems in…"
"A lot of ads?Or maybe there's another reprint from the vault that they'll use as filler and don't feel the need to announce. Probably they'll sell as many ads as they can sell (its Walmart, so the market there might be better for…"
"I’m with you on the red shorts,Rob, but the Post-rebirth League never included Vibe, Commander Steel or Gypsy. But their uniforms are on display in the Hall of Justice. Come to think of it, the new League re-launch makes a big deal about…"
"A couple things that weren't included in the press release:
1) The new material in each issue will be 12 pages long. (Reported by The Beat)
2) The artist on the Bendis Batman story will be Nick Derington. (Announced by Bendis on Twitter;…"
I bought and read all of the original Fleming Bond books, starting shortly after the author died. As I think I mentioned before, I became aware of the superhero/supervillain vibe of the series when the TV news talked about Fleming's…"
"Here's a press release about Weathermen:
First Look: Andy Diggle and Doug Braithwaite Lead the Charge in SHADOWMAN #5 – On Sale July 18th!
As first revealed at Graphic Policy, Valiant is proud to present your first look at the colored…"
"I noticed the continuity snafus in MOS too, Jeff. I write it off to Bendis never having been a writer who did his continuity research, and being a big enough name that he's probably not edited too closely.
In-story, there's no explanation."
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.