History ComicBook / New52

15th Sep '16 8:12:19 PM PaulA
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* ''ComicBook/{{Prez}}'': Limited series, the last of the three "off-beat" comics in which a teenage girl becomes POTUS.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Prez}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Prez|2015}}'': Limited series, the last of the three "off-beat" comics comics, in which a teenage girl becomes POTUS.
13th Aug '16 11:16:00 AM Scorntex
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** The New Gods have become militant fascists, trying to use the Life Equation to brainwash people into fighting against Darkseid, with the Highfather becoming a colossal {{Jerkass}}.



** [[spoiler: [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths The Anti-Monitor]]]], even more dangerous being, who made the Crime Syndicate to escape their world (Earth-3) and destroyed it. [[spoiler: He is going to kill Darkseid and is in league with his daughter]].
** [[spoiler: Brainiac]], easily number #3 on this list, his true form as giant artificial entity, capturing cities from different timelines and universes before their destruction. Vril Dox Brainiac guy is just one of his pawns.
** [[spoiler: Empty Hand]], the sinister entity that led the Gentry in their invasion of the Multiverse. Currently, it's just decided to wait. Probably qualifies as THE Biggest Bad.

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** [[spoiler: [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths The Anti-Monitor]]]], even more dangerous being, who made the Crime Syndicate to escape flee their world (Earth-3) and when they destroyed it. [[spoiler: He is going [[spoiler:He's out to kill Darkseid and is in league with his daughter]].
** [[spoiler: Brainiac]], [[spoiler:Brainiac]], easily number #3 on this list, his true form as is a giant artificial entity, capturing cities from different timelines and universes before their destruction. The Vril Dox Brainiac guy is just one of his pawns.
** [[spoiler: [[spoiler:The Empty Hand]], the sinister entity that led the Gentry in their invasion of the Multiverse. Currently, it's just decided Multiverse, as it builds a machine to wait.[[spoiler:destroy everything]]. Probably qualifies as THE Biggest Bad.



** The Justice Society has suffered a major legacy implosion, with the all of the children and grandchildren wiped from existence and the original JSA members becoming young again. The divide between Earth 2 and the main DCU also has brought up a kind of OneSteveLimit, in that TheFlash and GreenLantern are the only superheroes with ongoing stories to have versions in both universes[[note]]Earth 2 also had versions of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, but they get killed off in the prologue of the series[[/note]]. Every other superhero is editorially confined to either one continuity or the other. So, for example, ComicBook/TheSpectre, traditionally a ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica character, is now in the main DC universe instead of Earth 2 with the rest of the rebooted Golden Age characters.
** Jaime Reyes is now the first Blue Beetle. Well, he isn't the first user of the Scarab, but the previous user was a ''Mayan astronomer'', wiping Dan Garrett and Ted Kord from the legacy--and while Dan's status is currently unknown, Ted has been confirmed to exist, at least.

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** The Justice Society has suffered a major legacy implosion, with the all of the children and grandchildren wiped from existence and the original JSA members becoming young again. The divide between Earth 2 and the main DCU also has brought up a kind of OneSteveLimit, in that TheFlash Franchise/TheFlash and GreenLantern Franchise/GreenLantern are the only superheroes with ongoing stories to have versions in both universes[[note]]Earth 2 also had versions of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, but they get killed off in the prologue of the series[[/note]]. Every other superhero is editorially confined to either one continuity or the other. So, for example, ComicBook/TheSpectre, traditionally a ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica character, is now in the main DC universe instead of Earth 2 with the rest of the rebooted Golden Age characters.
** Jaime Reyes is now the first Blue Beetle. Well, he isn't the first user of the Scarab, but the previous user was a ''Mayan astronomer'', wiping Dan Garrett and Ted Kord from the legacy--and legacy-- though while Dan's status is currently unknown, Ted has been confirmed to does exist, at least.



* MythologyGag: Batwing's costume looks a lot like the imaginary African-American Batman (aka "Bat-Wings") in the seventies comic "The Batman Nobody Knows". Only less seventies.

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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Batwing's costume looks a lot like the imaginary African-American Batman (aka "Bat-Wings") in the seventies comic "The Batman Nobody Knows". Only less seventies.
6th Aug '16 3:05:12 PM nombretomado
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In 1986, Creator/DCComics made comic book history by rebooting their entire continuity in ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. Character histories were changed, merged in from other continuities, or even restarted from scratch. The ComicBook/PostCrisis DCUniverse would never be the same.

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In 1986, Creator/DCComics made comic book history by rebooting their entire continuity in ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. Character histories were changed, merged in from other continuities, or even restarted from scratch. The ComicBook/PostCrisis DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse would never be the same.
31st Jul '16 3:52:49 PM nombretomado
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* KilledOffForReal: A rare case of this applying to real-world publications, rather than characters. In one of the most controversial aspects of the reboot, DC brass chose to cancel ''ComicBook/ActionComics'' and ''DetectiveComics'', their two longest-running titles, both of which were approaching their 1,000th issues and 75th anniversaries, supposedly to convince readers that they were serious about the reboot. Both titles returned with new No. 1's but this didn't console longtime fans looking forward to the millennial milestones.

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* KilledOffForReal: A rare case of this applying to real-world publications, rather than characters. In one of the most controversial aspects of the reboot, DC brass chose to cancel ''ComicBook/ActionComics'' and ''DetectiveComics'', ''Creator/DetectiveComics'', their two longest-running titles, both of which were approaching their 1,000th issues and 75th anniversaries, supposedly to convince readers that they were serious about the reboot. Both titles returned with new No. 1's but this didn't console longtime fans looking forward to the millennial milestones.
14th Jul '16 8:07:06 AM MyLittleXero
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** Earth 3 in general, while it was originally a place the villains winning was the status quo it wasn't a place where good and justice were foreign concepts.

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** Earth 3 and it's citizens in general, while it was originally a place the villains winning was the status quo it wasn't a place where good and justice were foreign concepts.concepts.
** Owlman A.K.A Thomas Wayne Jr, who's original origin is a police officer killed his brother and mother after his father refused to come in for questioning which led to him falling in with Joe Chill, his N52 origin however is that [[spoiler: he along with Earth-3's Bruce planned to have their parents killed then had Bruce killed when he couldn't go through with it.]]
29th Jun '16 10:18:04 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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* ''ComicBook/{{Batwing}}''

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* ''ComicBook/{{Batwing}}''''Batwing''



* ''Voodoo': Another solo title for a former ''ComicBook/{{WildCATs}}'' member.

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* ''Voodoo': ''Voodoo'': Another solo title for a former ''ComicBook/{{WildCATs}}'' member.
29th Jun '16 10:12:50 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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* ''ComicBook/Batwing''

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* ''ComicBook/Batwing''''ComicBook/{{Batwing}}''
18th Jun '16 8:05:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* PresidentSuperhero: In one of the universes of the New 52, the President of the USA is Kal-El. Also, [[RaceLift he's black]].
23rd May '16 12:11:05 PM Morgenthaler
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** Terra, who had been previously [[BlondesAreEvil an evil blonde]] and a SixthRangerTraitor, not to mention dead, has been, so far in any case, a heroine and was a standing member of the Ravagers, remaining heroic after their fall.

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** Terra, who had been previously [[BlondesAreEvil an evil blonde]] blonde and a SixthRangerTraitor, not to mention dead, has been, so far in any case, a heroine and was a standing member of the Ravagers, remaining heroic after their fall.
22nd May '16 4:26:36 PM santos32
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* CanonWelding: In May 2016 it was revealed that the true cause of New 52 wasn't the Flash, [[spoiler:it was Dr. Manhattan from ''{{Watchmen}}'']].

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* CanonWelding: In May 2016 it was revealed that the true cause of New 52 wasn't the Flash, [[spoiler:it was Dr. Manhattan from ''{{Watchmen}}'']].''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'']].
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