History Franchise / TheDCU

13th Jan '17 2:27:59 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmericaRebirth
25th Dec '16 8:40:58 AM Basara-kun
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* {{Irony}}: Superboy Prime was initially DC Comics' way of making fun of fanboys (a StrawFan). Recently the explanation for any inconsistencies in the DC Universe is that Superboy-Prime punched reality so hard that it ''[[CosmicRetcon changed history]]'' (seriously). So the one character they made to make fun of the stupidity of fanboys is now the answer to those same fanboys' questions about continuity problems. It's like giving the keys of a circus to a monkey.

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* {{Irony}}: Superboy Prime was initially DC Comics' way of making fun of fanboys (a StrawFan). Recently the explanation for any inconsistencies in the DC Universe is that Superboy-Prime ComicBook/SuperboyPrime punched reality so hard that it ''[[CosmicRetcon changed history]]'' (seriously). So the one character they made to make fun of the stupidity of fanboys is now the answer to those same fanboys' questions about continuity problems. It's like giving the keys of a circus to a monkey.
22nd Aug '16 7:04:57 PM caivu
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* ComicBook/MotherPanic
10th Jul '16 5:45:50 AM Doug86
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6th Jul '16 8:26:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* AVillainNamedKhan: The supervillain Manga Khan is an intergalactic trader with a gaseous body who wears a metal suit to give him his form. The suit makes him immune to harm as well as granting him tremendous strength.
5th Jul '16 4:23:27 PM PoweRespect
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One of their most controversial moves was the epic storyline ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' during the eighties, an effort to untangle their years of ContinuitySnarl by destroying the Multiverse and establishing one linear continuity for all of the characters to co-exist in. This included revising much of the universe's history and updating the origins of many characters. The Multiverse was brought back during ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, although the mainstream continuity has only been changed in minor ways reflecting the story-telling needs of the writers. There was a second, much more widespread reboot of the DC Universe in September 2011 with all titles being restarted back to number 1, with these titles referred to as the "ComicBook/{{New 52}}". The titles received new number 1 issues again in June 2016, with the exception of ''Action Comics'' and ''Detective Comics'', signalling the end of the New 52 with "Rebirth", combining the original DCU with the New 52 in different ways.

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One of their most controversial moves was the epic storyline ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' during the eighties, an effort to untangle their years of ContinuitySnarl by destroying the Multiverse and establishing one linear continuity for all of the characters to co-exist in. This included revising much of the universe's history and updating the origins of many characters. The Multiverse was brought back during ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, although the mainstream continuity has only been changed in minor ways reflecting the story-telling needs of the writers. There was a second, much more widespread reboot of the DC Universe in September 2011 with all titles being restarted back to number 1, with these titles referred to as the "ComicBook/{{New 52}}". The titles received new number 1 issues again in June 2016, with the exception of ''Action Comics'' and ''Detective Comics'', signalling the end of the New 52 with "Rebirth", "ComicBook/{{DC Rebirth}}", combining the original DCU with the New 52 in different ways.
5th Jul '16 4:20:58 PM PoweRespect
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One of their most controversial moves was the epic storyline ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' during the eighties, an effort to untangle their years of ContinuitySnarl by destroying the Multiverse and establishing one linear continuity for all of the characters to co-exist in. This included revising much of the universe's history and updating the origins of many characters. The Multiverse was brought back during ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, although the mainstream continuity has only been changed in minor ways reflecting the story-telling needs of the writers. There was a second, much more widespread reboot of the DC Universe in September 2011 with all titles being restarted back to number 1, with these titles referred to as the "ComicBook/{{New 52}}". The titles received new number 1 issues again in June 2016, signalling the end of the New 52 with "Rebirth", combining the original DCU with the New 52 in different ways.

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One of their most controversial moves was the epic storyline ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' during the eighties, an effort to untangle their years of ContinuitySnarl by destroying the Multiverse and establishing one linear continuity for all of the characters to co-exist in. This included revising much of the universe's history and updating the origins of many characters. The Multiverse was brought back during ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, although the mainstream continuity has only been changed in minor ways reflecting the story-telling needs of the writers. There was a second, much more widespread reboot of the DC Universe in September 2011 with all titles being restarted back to number 1, with these titles referred to as the "ComicBook/{{New 52}}". The titles received new number 1 issues again in June 2016, with the exception of ''Action Comics'' and ''Detective Comics'', signalling the end of the New 52 with "Rebirth", combining the original DCU with the New 52 in different ways.
5th Jul '16 4:19:52 PM PoweRespect
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One of their most controversial moves was the epic storyline ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' during the eighties, an effort to untangle their years of ContinuitySnarl by destroying the Multiverse and establishing one linear continuity for all of the characters to co-exist in. This included revising much of the universe's history and updating the origins of many characters. The Multiverse was brought back during ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, although the mainstream continuity has only been changed in minor ways reflecting the story-telling needs of the writers. There was a second, much more widespread reboot of the DC Universe in September 2011 with all titles being restarted back to number 1, with these titles referred to as the "ComicBook/{{New 52}}".

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One of their most controversial moves was the epic storyline ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' during the eighties, an effort to untangle their years of ContinuitySnarl by destroying the Multiverse and establishing one linear continuity for all of the characters to co-exist in. This included revising much of the universe's history and updating the origins of many characters. The Multiverse was brought back during ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, although the mainstream continuity has only been changed in minor ways reflecting the story-telling needs of the writers. There was a second, much more widespread reboot of the DC Universe in September 2011 with all titles being restarted back to number 1, with these titles referred to as the "ComicBook/{{New 52}}".
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13th May '16 12:30:11 PM pepsimax
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* ''Series/{{Powerless|2016}}'', a {{work com}} following the day-to-day lives of insurance adjustors in the DCU.
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