History YMMV / New52

31st Dec '15 12:27:15 AM Anddrix
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** SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}}'s [[TallDarkAndHandsome new]], ''Franchise/{{Twilight}}''-esque design has not gone over well with fans.
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** SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}}'s Lobo's [[TallDarkAndHandsome new]], ''Franchise/{{Twilight}}''-esque design has not gone over well with fans.

* TheScrappy: As stated above, new {{Lobo}}.
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* TheScrappy: As stated above, new {{Lobo}}.Lobo.
25th Oct '15 1:19:47 PM Scabbard
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Artemis, a popular character from the (still airing at the time) ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' cartoon, was introduced & killed in the space of an issue of the Teen Titans[=/=]Legion Lost[=/=]Superboy crossover "The Culling".
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Artemis, a popular character from the (still airing at the time) ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' cartoon, was introduced & and killed in the space of an issue of the Teen Titans[=/=]Legion Lost[=/=]Superboy crossover "The Culling".
12th Oct '15 1:39:42 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: See Monster/DCAndVertigo
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* CompleteMonster: See Monster/DCAndVertigoMonster/DCComics
11th Oct '15 10:53:53 PM Warmachine3974
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** {{Franchise/Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman as a couple, [[ShipToShipCombat especially from the Clois fans]] and the [[FanPreferredCouple Batman/Wonder Woman shippers.]] Those who like the relationship enough to at least give it a chance are now hating the brutal devolution it's getting on the most recent arcs of the ''Superman'' and ''Superman/Wonder Woman'' comics.
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** {{Franchise/Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman as a couple, [[ShipToShipCombat especially from the Clois fans]] fans and the [[FanPreferredCouple Batman/Wonder Woman shippers.]] Those who like the relationship enough to at least give it a chance are now hating the brutal devolution it's getting on the most recent arcs of the ''Superman'' and ''Superman/Wonder Woman'' comics.
1st Oct '15 12:20:29 PM marcoasalazarm
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** Lois Lane exposing Superman's secret identity on the ''"Lies"'' arc in order to try to create a BlackmailBackfire against an unknown blackmailer who hadn't even asked much of Superman yet, let alone endanger him. The trouble the fans and reviewers have is that ''obviously'' the blackmailer would eventually use Superman to perform some evil act and/or endangered him... the question is whether or not it was a good idea, and if it ''was'' a good idea then whether or not she was too impulsive in going for said solution ASAP. The arc then has Superman's relationship with everybody else (''especially'' Lois and ''including'' Wonder Woman) souring up harshly (everybody else wants to help and doesn't minds, but Superman is on the quick track to superhero CowboyCop and insisting that "IWorkAlone"), the United States Government ''taking everybody he loves into custody'' (because one man wanting to have a secret identity ''[[SarcasmMode obviously]]'' means that those he worked alongside with on the Daily Planet ''must'' be members of his secret army wanting to conquer the world) and the DarkerAndEdgier piling up at a pace some people think is too hard and fast.
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** Lois Lane exposing Superman's secret identity on the ''"Lies"'' arc in order to try to create a BlackmailBackfire against an unknown blackmailer who hadn't even asked much of Superman yet, let alone endanger endangered him. The trouble the fans and reviewers have is that ''obviously'' the blackmailer would eventually use Superman to perform some evil act and/or endangered endanger him... the question is whether or not it was a good idea, and if it ''was'' a good idea then whether or not she was too impulsive in going for said solution ASAP. The arc then has Superman's relationship with everybody else (''especially'' Lois and ''including'' Wonder Woman) souring up harshly (everybody else wants to help and doesn't minds, but Superman is on the quick track to superhero CowboyCop and insisting that "IWorkAlone"), the United States Government ''taking everybody he loves into custody'' (because one man wanting to have a secret identity ''[[SarcasmMode obviously]]'' means that those he worked alongside with on the Daily Planet ''must'' be members of his secret army wanting to conquer the world) and the DarkerAndEdgier piling up at a pace some people think is too hard and fast.
1st Oct '15 12:19:49 PM marcoasalazarm
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** Lois Lane exposing Superman's secret identity on the ''"Lies"'' arc in order to try to create a BlackmailBackfire against an unknown blackmailer who hadn't even asked much of Superman yet, let alone endanger him. The trouble the fans and reviewers have is that ''obviously'' the blackmailer would eventually use Superman to perform some evil act and/or endanger him... the question is whether or not it was a good idea or not, and if it ''was'' a good idea then whether or not she was too impulsive in going for said solution ASAP. The arc then has Superman's relationship with everybody else (''especially'' Lois and ''including'' Wonder Woman) souring up harshly (everybody else wants to help and doesn't minds, but Superman is on the quick track to superhero CowboyCop and insisting that "IWorkAlone"), the United States Government ''taking everybody he loves into custody'' (because one man wanting to have a secret identity ''[[SarcasmMode obviously]]'' means that those he worked alongside with on the Daily Planet ''must'' be members of his secret army wanting to conquer the world) and the DarkerAndEdgier piling up at a pace some people think is too hard and fast.
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** Lois Lane exposing Superman's secret identity on the ''"Lies"'' arc in order to try to create a BlackmailBackfire against an unknown blackmailer who hadn't even asked much of Superman yet, let alone endanger him. The trouble the fans and reviewers have is that ''obviously'' the blackmailer would eventually use Superman to perform some evil act and/or endanger endangered him... the question is whether or not it was a good idea or not, idea, and if it ''was'' a good idea then whether or not she was too impulsive in going for said solution ASAP. The arc then has Superman's relationship with everybody else (''especially'' Lois and ''including'' Wonder Woman) souring up harshly (everybody else wants to help and doesn't minds, but Superman is on the quick track to superhero CowboyCop and insisting that "IWorkAlone"), the United States Government ''taking everybody he loves into custody'' (because one man wanting to have a secret identity ''[[SarcasmMode obviously]]'' means that those he worked alongside with on the Daily Planet ''must'' be members of his secret army wanting to conquer the world) and the DarkerAndEdgier piling up at a pace some people think is too hard and fast.

*** The results of ''Convergence'': On one end, it undid ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' and now ''all'' stories published by DC are canon someplace-they can be expanded upon in a future time. However, many liked AlternateUniverse characters ended up coming BackForTheDead (some with more respect than others) and the stories were advertised as the GrandFinale of whichever arcs were left in the air before ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' occurred, so maybe they will ''not'' be visited again in some time (if ever). On the other side of things, ''Comicbook/TheMultiversity'' went ahead and completely restructured the DC multi-verse, with some universes and characters from that multiverse coming BackForTheDead ''also'', [[spoiler:and the story introducing an EldritchAbomination that ''eats universes'' (and ''is still digesting the Pre-ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe}}''), is the ''physical manifestation of the growing RealLife DarknessInducedAudienceApathy in the comic book audience'', and the story ends with it not being destroyed, but held back for the time being.... which means that if someone comes along in the future and wishes to create ''their'' version of ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''...]]
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*** The results of ''Convergence'': On one end, it undid ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' and now ''all'' stories published by DC are canon someplace-they can be expanded upon in a future time. However, many liked AlternateUniverse characters ended up coming BackForTheDead (some with more respect than others) and the stories were advertised as the GrandFinale of whichever arcs were left in the air before ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' occurred, so maybe they will ''not'' be visited again in some time (if ever). On the other side of things, ''Comicbook/TheMultiversity'' went ahead and completely restructured the DC multi-verse, with some universes and characters from that multiverse coming BackForTheDead ''also'', [[spoiler:and the story introducing an EldritchAbomination that ''eats universes'' (and ''is still digesting the Pre-ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe}}''), Universe''), is the ''physical manifestation of the growing RealLife DarknessInducedAudienceApathy in the comic book audience'', and the story ends with it not being destroyed, but held back for the time being.... which means that if someone comes along in the future and wishes to create ''their'' version of ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''...]]
1st Oct '15 12:18:11 PM marcoasalazarm
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** {{Franchise/Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman as a couple, [[ShipToShipCombat especially from the Clois fans]] and the [[FanPreferredCouple Batman/Wonder Woman shippers.]]
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** {{Franchise/Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman as a couple, [[ShipToShipCombat especially from the Clois fans]] and the [[FanPreferredCouple Batman/Wonder Woman shippers.]] Those who like the relationship enough to at least give it a chance are now hating the brutal devolution it's getting on the most recent arcs of the ''Superman'' and ''Superman/Wonder Woman'' comics.

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** {{Franchise/Superman}} Lois Lane exposing Superman's secret identity on the ''"Lies"'' arc in order to try to create a BlackmailBackfire against an unknown blackmailer who hadn't even asked much of Superman yet, let alone endanger him. The trouble the fans and Franchise/WonderWoman as a couple, [[ShipToShipCombat especially from reviewers have is that ''obviously'' the Clois fans]] blackmailer would eventually use Superman to perform some evil act and/or endanger him... the question is whether or not it was a good idea or not, and if it ''was'' a good idea then whether or not she was too impulsive in going for said solution ASAP. The arc then has Superman's relationship with everybody else (''especially'' Lois and ''including'' Wonder Woman) souring up harshly (everybody else wants to help and doesn't minds, but Superman is on the quick track to superhero CowboyCop and insisting that "IWorkAlone"), the United States Government ''taking everybody he loves into custody'' (because one man wanting to have a secret identity ''[[SarcasmMode obviously]]'' means that those he worked alongside with on the Daily Planet ''must'' be members of his secret army wanting to conquer the world) and the [[FanPreferredCouple Batman/Wonder Woman shippers.]] DarkerAndEdgier piling up at a pace some people think is too hard and fast.

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** {{Franchise/Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman as a couple, [[ShipToShipCombat especially from the Clois fans]] and the [[FanPreferredCouple Batman/Wonder *** The Superman/Wonder Woman shippers.]] relationship having devolved from "super-powered couple which overcome problems by the power of trust" to (during the "underpowered Superman/Lois Lane exposes his secret identity" storyline of "''Lies''") "super-powered couple who can barely trust each other and only what remains of their previous happiness (including Happier Times Flashbacks) keep them from being at each other's throats".
17th Sep '15 4:08:40 PM nombretomado
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*** The results of ''Convergence'': On one end, it undid ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' and now ''all'' stories published by DC are canon someplace-they can be expanded upon in a future time. However, many liked AlternateUniverse characters ended up coming BackForTheDead (some with more respect than others) and the stories were advertised as the GrandFinale of whichever arcs were left in the air before ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' occurred, so maybe they will ''not'' be visited again in some time (if ever). On the other side of things, ''Comicbook/TheMultiversity'' went ahead and completely restructured the DC multi-verse, with some universes and characters from that multiverse coming BackForTheDead ''also'', [[spoiler:and the story introducing an EldritchAbomination that ''eats universes'' (and ''is still digesting the Pre-ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe}}''), is the ''physical manifestation of the growing RealLife DarknessInducedAudienceApathy in the comic book audience'', and the story ends with it not being destroyed, but held back for the time being.... which means that if someone comes along in the future and wishes to create ''their'' version of ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''...]]
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*** The results of ''Convergence'': On one end, it undid ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' and now ''all'' stories published by DC are canon someplace-they can be expanded upon in a future time. However, many liked AlternateUniverse characters ended up coming BackForTheDead (some with more respect than others) and the stories were advertised as the GrandFinale of whichever arcs were left in the air before ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' occurred, so maybe they will ''not'' be visited again in some time (if ever). On the other side of things, ''Comicbook/TheMultiversity'' went ahead and completely restructured the DC multi-verse, with some universes and characters from that multiverse coming BackForTheDead ''also'', [[spoiler:and the story introducing an EldritchAbomination that ''eats universes'' (and ''is still digesting the Pre-ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe}}''), is the ''physical manifestation of the growing RealLife DarknessInducedAudienceApathy in the comic book audience'', and the story ends with it not being destroyed, but held back for the time being.... which means that if someone comes along in the future and wishes to create ''their'' version of ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''...''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''...]]
8th Sep '15 6:48:30 PM DreamerCynist2
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* BrokenBase[=/=]InternetBackdraft: The reboot in general was very controversial when it was announced, and even three years after it happened opinion was divided and discussions could get very heated about certain aspects of it. Overall, some fans consider it an interesting and fresh new take on the universe, while others consider it the return of some of the worst tropes from UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks.
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* BrokenBase[=/=]InternetBackdraft: The reboot in general was very controversial when it was announced, and even three four years after it happened opinion was divided and discussions could get very heated about certain aspects of it. Overall, some fans consider it an interesting and fresh new take on the universe, while others consider it the return of some of the worst tropes from UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks.
7th Aug '15 2:20:00 PM MagBas
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** Mr. Freeze's backstory's alterations have come under fire, partially because they [[CharacterDerailment screwed up]] his TragicVillain background, and partially because, in the original, the CorruptCorporateExecutive who caused all the problems was a disgusting asshole who was just such a good liar and fake that everyone loved him. Both the original episode of BatmanTheAnimatedSeries and the adaptation of it in BatmanArkhamOrigins were highly praised, and the episode won an Emmy. So, what did they do? Changed it so that, instead, it was Bruce Wayne. Double CharacterDerailment!
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** Mr. Freeze's backstory's alterations have come under fire, partially because they [[CharacterDerailment screwed up]] up his TragicVillain background, and partially because, in the original, the CorruptCorporateExecutive who caused all the problems was a disgusting asshole who was just such a good liar and fake that everyone loved him. Both the original episode of BatmanTheAnimatedSeries and the adaptation of it in BatmanArkhamOrigins were highly praised, and the episode won an Emmy. So, what did they do? Changed it so that, instead, it was Bruce Wayne. Double CharacterDerailment!
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