"Good news! While they didn't appear in DC's solicitations, April's Giants have shown up on the Previews website. So the upcoming schedule can be extended:
Feb 5: Batman 3Feb 12: Flash 3Feb 19: Wonder Woman 3Feb 26: Swamp Thing…"
"There hasn't been anything definite said. Didio just mentioned "exploring going deeper into the catalog" in the Giants in a new year's message to retailers earlier this month.And yeah, as for money, it's a lot of dough.…"
"“Aftershock,” from Crisis on Infinite Earths #11 (1986)“Aftermath,” from DC Universe: Legacies #6 (2010)
That's an interesting pairing. I recent;ly re-read Legacies #5-6, but it will be interesting to see how "part…"
"Never read or even knew about Crisis themed DC Legends issue, for the LCS I frequented back then wasn't one of the better ones in the world.
Wonder Woman and Flash are the only giants I'm getting since the relaunch, but I have picked…"
"And for Crisis Giant 2, I've just read that the reprinted stories are:“A Flash of the Lightning,” from Crisis on Infinite Earths #8 (1985)“Aftershock,” from Crisis on Infinite Earths #11 (1986)“Aftermath,”…"
"DC Giants Reprint Clock: Here’s where the current reprint storylines end, and a new feature (or new story) may take over. Superman Giant: Superman (Rebirth): 1 more issue of the Escape from Dinosaur Island story. Then will we get more…"
"Oh, okay. That one kind of confused me as it didn't exactly fit TV continuity. I thought maybe there was another TV tie-in comic it was more closely tied to that I had missed. Nothing to see here...move along..."
"So far, the Crisis issue is the only one I have bought. I wouldn't mind seeing issues #11-12 (my personal two favorites) reprinted. Because the original Crisis on Infinite Earths is kind of its own thing, here's a comic they might consider…"
"I think I remember seeing those two issues announced. The cover for issue 2 says there are 5 stories, with just two new ones... so maybe issue 11 is included too? There's a cover blurb for the Spectre, and he's huge on the cover of 11."
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.