Some minor notes I've come across
- Starting with Justice League #1 every DC title will be released digitally on the same day. Also noticed they're just The Justice League. It makes more sense from them to not be affiliated with any country specially.
- A lot of characters are going to get new costumes and origins. They haven't flat out said who and what, but the first piece of art of Justice League reveals a bit.
Right off the bat you can tell that Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Green Lantern look pretty young.
-Grant Morrison is going to be working on a new Superman book; although it has not been revealed which nor has it been revealed if he is (finally) leaving Batman.
-Geoff Johns is going to be at the helm for GL, Aquaman and Justice League. Of those, only Green Lantern's artist hasn't been named.
-We can now expect Batwoman #1 to finally come out sometime after August 31st. This one is more of a really easy guess on my part.
Now there are a few things I'm still confused on. If the whole DCU is getting a reboot, what does that mean for titles like Batman Inc, Green Lantern Corps, Green Lantern Emerald Warriors and other titles that exist solely for the reason that some characters backstories have gotten so rich that they spawned off other titles? What about the rest of the books coming out prior to the relaunch? Does any of it really matter if they start fresh in a few months? How long can we really expect this renumbering it last with books like Action and Detective Comics so close to being the first books to legitimately hitting 1000? Lastly, what of characters like Willy West, Jay Garret, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, John Stewart and Dick Greyson who all share a same moniker as their more popular counterparts in the new Justice League?
I will say this much right now. This reboot, or whatever you want to call it is mostly likely not going to change my appreciation for DC books in the grand scheme of things. I don't mind change as long as it stays true to the nature of the characters. The best I can do is wait and hope that my favorites make it through to this new era of DCU.
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I hate you Grant Morrison, your package, and everything about you.