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Nov. 16th, 2011 05:28 am (UTC)
I haven't been into current comics for a while now, but a friend of mine says the reboot isn't that bad, and people are making it seems way worse than it really is. *shrugs* The last time I can remember buying new comics off the shelf was three years ago (I still haven't read one of them, by the way), so I'm way out of it.

I thought the same thing about Minterine as well. "That sounds like Listerine..." Funny comic.
Nov. 16th, 2011 05:40 am (UTC)
Is this friend male?
Nov. 16th, 2011 05:43 am (UTC)
Yeah, a guy I work with. He keeps stacks of trade paperbacks in his drawers at work as a sort of free comic library for coworkers. I have no idea why I decided to mention that.
Nov. 16th, 2011 10:43 am (UTC)
The current powers that by of DC Comics, have openly admitted that they are only interested in making stuff that they think appeals to 16-21 year old males. That's why Starfire is now an amnesiac sex object, and Catwoman's premier issue was entirely there to lead up to in-costume sex with Batman on a rooftop. DC Comics's top people also reacted to criticism from a female reader at SDCC by basically telling her to shut up and sit down, while encouraging the 16-21 year old males in the audience to heckle her.

The sad thing is that DC Comics's is pulling down the other branches of DC, such as the Animation groups that produced good things and are not brain dead about the existence of female fans. I would be entirely happy if at some point DC say 'Sorry, we know we started out as a comic book company, but DC Comics has been driven into the ground by the idiots who we couldn't fire because of their contracts. So we're shuttering it, and going to concentrate on making animated shows and movies.'.
Nov. 21st, 2011 01:19 am (UTC)
The guys I know hate what they did to Starfire and didn't even bother with Catwoman from the summary alone.

They thing Aquaman is incredibly good now though and probably got the best out of the reboot and really like some others, but are mixed overall.

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