Created By: DragonRanger on September 14, 2011

New 52

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AKA DCnU; DC Comics' 2011 reboot. I know that Works Pages Are a Free Launch, but I don't know if this fits exactly as it's not really a work in itself. But we do have a page on Post-Crisis, and at the very least a pothole would be useful considering how often I've seen references to the reboot on the wiki. I figured I'd propose it now, cause if we do launch it we should do it while it's still going on. So what do you guys think; good idea or bad idea?
Community Feedback Replies: 5
  • October 2, 2011
    I think it's a good idea. It would work best if it only covered the first couple of issues, and continues onto their own pages.
  • October 16, 2011
    We should ABSOLUTELY start a New 52 page, detailing the new comics and characters. What should be a main focus isn't the story, but the differences in characters now as opposed to how they were before. Just off the top of my head... Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Supergirl, Kid Flash, Static Shock, and Superman... all of them are DIFFERENT.
  • October 16, 2011
    • In Superman, Morgan Edge buys out the Daily Planet and merges it with Galaxy Broadcasting Systems to create the Planet Global Network, with the old Daily Planet building subsequently demolished. This is a throwback to Superman's Pre-Crisis era, during which the stories in The Bronze Age Of Comic Books had Edge buying out the Daily Planet. The difference here is that in the Bronze Age, the Daily Planet still functions intact and unmerged (though Clark and Lois now work for WGBS), while in the modern status quo, it is treated as an effect of Technology Marches On.
  • January 12, 2012
    I was actually kind of surprised to find there hadn't been one already created. TV Tropes is normally what I use to keep informed on these things and I really don't want to have to muck through the wikipedia pages.
  • January 13, 2012
    I agree. There should be a page for the New 52. Unfortunately, I haven't been keeping up with DC lately, so I can't contribute myself.