* There is an interesting phenomenon that happens in many comic book series in which a character [[LongRunner who had been published for decades]] by Marvel and DC had been replaced back in the 80s or early 90s. Their replacements were naturally viewed as [[ReplacementScrappy Replacement Scrappies]] for a while, but aren't any longer. But now (in the 2010s) the original character is being brought back (usually because the now-middle-aged fans of the original character are RunningTheAsylum), and are being considered [[ReplacementScrappy Replacement Scrappies]] because an ''entire generation'' of "new" readers and fans, most of whom weren't even born yet when the original character was replaced, have grown up enjoying the adventures of the new character and aren't all that enormored (or in some cases, even interested) in the "old guy" and don't [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks like "their" character being replaced like that]]. And it's only a matter of time until the fans who grew up with the "replacements" get control of these companies and re-relegate the older heroes into the background so that ''their'' heroes can be back on top, regardless of whether or not the ''old guys'' got new fans out of their revivals.
** Consider ''ComicBook/GreenLantern''. Stories featuring Hal Jordan, one of the longest-running and most respected heroes in ''Franchise/TheDCU'', just weren't selling that well, and [[ExecutiveMeddling it was decided that a fresher look at the character was needed]] rather than just switching Jordan out for backup Lanterns Guy Gardner or John Stewart. So [[DroppedABridgeOnHim a bridge was dropped on Hal Jorden]] in a way [[DyingToBeReplaced that was not only stupid]], but was [[FaceHeelTurn demeaning to the character and his long history as a hero]] (he eventually got a HeroicSacrifice a few years later). Not only that, but the entire [[TheChosenMany Green Lantern Corps]] was brought down as well. Thus his replacement, Kyle Rayner, wasn't just a ReplacementScrappy for Hal Jordan, but for the entire corps. Cut to almost 20 years later, and not only have the overwhelming majority of ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'' fans come around to liking the character (mostly because of GrantMorrison's deft handling of the character), but in addition, an entire generation of fans had arisen ''after'' Hal Jordan's removal were. These new fans, as can be expected, had very little knowledge of Hal Jordan and his legacy as a Green Lantern, and even more appropriately shouldn't have been expected to even care. So when the old guard hold-out fans of Hal Jordan [[RunningTheAsylum gained control of the title]] and decreed that ''their'' hero would return and the "unwanted interloper", Kyle Rayner, would be reduced to a supporting role, naturally some of them didn't take it very well.
* {{Spider-Man}}: Poor [[CloningBlues Ben Reilly]] who was disliked because of the revelation that he was the "real Peter Parker" and that the Peter fans had been reading for twenty years was really a clone. After the huge fan outrage Marvel quickly backtracked and reversed that decision.
** Kaine, another Spider-Man clone, was a less explicit form of this trope. He wasn't really a replacement villain for an old one, but his [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Bridge Drop]] of Doc Ock solidified him in fans minds as an unwanted loser who was [[{{Metaphorgotten}} biting off more than he deserved to chew]] in casually offing a beloved, classic Spidey villain with decades of continuity to back him up, and prompted cries for Doc Ock's resurrection and Kaine's axing. Basically, Kaine managed to become a ReplacementScrappy for a character whose role he wasn't even taking over.
** After the ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay'' storyline broke up the Parkers' marriage, ''anyone'' Peter dated would have gotten heat for not being Mary Jane. But the replacement we got was Carlie Cooper, a RelationshipSue named after editor JoeQuesada's daughter. Mary Jane has become a ShipperOnDeck for the pairing, [[CreatorsPet and so has everyone else]]. Reactions have been negative, to say the least.
*** Also, as pointed out in the Spider-Man WildMassGuessing page, all of her [[InformedAttribute Informed Attributes]] ''come from other love interests'' like Mary Jane, Black Cat, and Deb Whitman. Now people are hoping she'll "be like Gwen Stacy" and die.
*** Following the events of ComicBook/SpiderIsland, Peter and Carlie broke up. However, Carlie is not completely out of the picture and remains friends with Mary Jane, as well as serving as Spidey's occasional ally on the police force.
** The new Hobgoblin is considered to be this by many fans, especially since he killed off the original [[MagnificentBastard Hobgoblin]], a fan favorite, after the latter character returned after a decade of anticipation.
*** Fortunately, it turns out the original Hobgoblin was alive and well all along, and became the focus of a major 2012 storyline where he confronts the pretender.
*** Doctor Octopus has become a ''[[{{Understatement}} major]]'' one among fans after a recent arc concluded with him [[FreakyFridayFlip taking over Peter's body]] and becoming the new Spider-man, while Peter [[KilledOffForReal dies in his]], leading up to the new series ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan''. This cooled off considerably once it was revealed that [[spoiler:''both'' their minds were in Peter's body. ..... Only to flare up again when Otto erased Peter from his mind and took full control.]]
**** Toward the end of the series WordOfGod from Dan Slott revealed that [[spoiler: this was wholly intentional; the point of the storyline was to demonstrate how fans take Peter for granted by replacing him with the worst possible substitute. It is ''Peter'', not Otto, who is the "Superior Spider-Man" of the title, as admitted by Otto before he [[RedemptionEqualsDeath voluntarily erases himself]] and gives Peter full control once more]]. The storyline still has some haters, though, mostly due to ArcFatigue, with some fans feeling everything the series accomplished could've been done in a single arc.
* Happened to ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} in JLA-Task Force. He wasn't loathed by the fans, he was loathed by his team members in canon.
* During Creator/GrantMorrison's JLA run Huntress is that to Batman (she was brought in as a last second replacement for [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Connor Hawke]]. He eventually kicks her out after her continued disregard for rules leads to her almost executing a defeated villain.
* And since we brought him up, this happened to ComicBook/GreenArrow Connor Hawke. Even though fans had warmed up to him, many writers would treat him poorly as he wasn't Ollie. For example, he was given a disease that prevented him from holding a bow again, something that seemed to even irritate people who weren't fans of the character. With the New 52, he and a bunch of Legacy Characters that apparently weren't "iconic" enough were relegated to Earth 2. In that universe, there doesn't seem to have ever been an Arrow family of characters, and Connor is the only one, and goes by Red Arrow, Roy Harper's old name from his Justice League days.
* [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Hawkgirl]] Kendra Saunders is an interesting case. Fans generally seemed to accept her and didn't mind so much that she wasn't truly Shiera. They had the same soul, after all. However quite a good number of fans were pissed when Kendra was killed off in ''Blackest Night'' and Sheira was brought back in ''Brightest Day'', and Kendra was set up as the Hawkgirl of Comicbook/{{Earth 2}} in the New 52.
* This may have been a factor in the failure of Robert Kirkman's very well-written ''[[ComicBook/AntMan Irredeemable Ant-Man]]'' series. Insofar as Ant-Man has fans (every character is ''someone'''s favorite, right?), they would presumably be fans of Hank Pym, the original Ant-Man, or Scott Lang, the second to use the name; ''Irredeemable'' was about a third, brand-new character, Eric O'Grady. It didn't help that Eric O'Grady was an [[JerkAss unlikeable dick]]
** The funny thing though is that O'Grady only exists because Creator/{{Sony}} has the rights to make Ant Man into a movie and has stated that not only do they want a family friendly film out of the character but were going with the Scott Lang character with Hank Pym as his mentor. So of course, Marvel creates a new Ant Man who's a soulless asshole of epic proportions and shove it at readers, many of which are ''still'' bitter as hell that Bendis was allowed to kill Scott Lang off to begin with, in such a cheap and petty manner that he did.
* ComicBook/TheSandman: When [[spoiler:Daniel replaces Morpheus near the end]], this reaction is inevitable and instinctive for readers and characters alike. spoiler:The shock is gently muted as [[spoiler:the final arc deals with the other characters - notably the raven, Matthew - coming to terms with the replacement. This openness, combined with Daniel's dignified humility and the knowledge that he had been carefully hand-picked by his predecessor,]] helps the reader to accept him.
** It probably helps that the series ends at this point, [[spoiler: since one of Daniel's ''positive'' qualities is the absence of some of the original character's [[TrueArtIsAngsty inner turmoil]]. He is an easier character to like, and we never really see him in action enough to compare how he drives the plot.]]
** It's much easier to accept if you came to the series after its completion and know that it is essentially about [[spoiler:the downfall of Morpheus.]]
* {{Wildstorm}}, too - with the replacement for [[TheAuthority The Doctor]].
* There are a lot of fans who hate any character in ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' who took the spotlight after [[spoiler: Gert died]]. No one gets this more than [[GreenThumb Klara Prast]], for being the only character not created by Creator/BrianKVaughan, for not having a supervillain parent like every other member of the team, for being introduced in a story generally regarded as a BizarroEpisode, for freaking out over the team lesbians, for not having an origin for her powers, for having a punny name...
** Lampshaded, when Molly remarks that the team eventually gets used to the new recruits [[spoiler: by the time someone else dies]].
* TheFlash has had issues with this very similar to GreenLantern mentioned above. At the end of ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', Barry Allen made a HeroicSacrifice, and Wally West, then the [[KidSidekick Kid Flash]], became the Flash. Wally was not well received at first, whether due to his being young, a {{Jerkass}}, or the fact that he was less powerful (he lost a lot of his speed during the Crisis and didn't get it back for years.) While Wally grew into the role and gained acceptance, Barry kept appearing in one-off stories set in the past, time travel stories and one notable "fake out" event as well as a short lived TV series keeping his fandom alive. When Barry came back after 24 years of being dead, fans are split.
** But when Bart Allen had his turn as TheFlash, fans were much more in agreement about their loathing of the character due partly to the {{Wangst}}, partly due to his being [[PlotRelevantAgeUp artificially aged]] to shoehorn him into the role, but mostly because the character lost his FunPersonified sense of humor and cheerful demeanor.
*** Barry is getting this more now than ever since in the {{New 52}} Wally was not only never Flash, but never even Kid Flash. Even fans that don't like Wally seem to feel that this was a low blow to his fanbase.
* Many people dislike Jason Rusch (ComicBook/{{Firestorm}}), and Ryan Choi (ComicBook/TheAtom) due to the killing off or running off of their predecessors. However, when Ryan Choi was ignominiously killed off, people had gotten over that he wasn't Ray Palmer, and now viewed Ray as this. After a pretty massive racial controversy that got coverage on some non-comic sites, DC retconned Ryan's death during the ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' series and now he is the sole Atom in the ComicBook/{{New 52}} continuity, with Ray being regulated to a scientific adviser for the S.H.A.D.E. organization.
*** An odd in-universe form of the ReplacementScrappy status of Ryan Choi came in Creator/DwayneMcDuffie's ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' run, where Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman considered asking him to join. Superman is reluctant on the subject, saying that he doesn't want to replace Ray and would prefer to keep the position of the Justice League's Atom open in case he came back.
** The New 52 continuity not only retconned the death of Ronnie Raymond (the first Firestorm who was killed to make way for Jason) but now made it possible for both he and Jason to become Firestorm at the same time, alleviating some of the tension between the characters' respective fanbases.
** Holly Granger (as the second (or third?) person to bear the title of "Hawk") also got this reception by fans, though it didn't help matters that [[DependingOnTheWriter writers had no clue what kind of personality she had]], or bothered to flesh out a personality or backstory for her to begin with. Being retconned in as "only child" Dawn Granger's sister and an usurper of Hank Hall's Hawk powers only rubbed the salt in further for her hatedom. They rejoiced as Hank Hall was eventually brought back to life while Holly was killed off, and she appears to no longer exist at all in the New 52 continuity.
* When Creator/MarvelComics bought out Malibu, they cancelled several titles and rebooted many others. ''[[ComicBook/TheUltraverse Mantra]]'' was originally a title about a male warrior reincarnated in the body of female mystic and his struggle to cope with his new role. When Marvel took over, the central character was PutOnABus by being banished to another dimension and the Mantra mantle was passed to minor background character; a teenaged girl who had appeared as a babysitter in a couple of issues. Needless to say, fans were not impressed. In fact, this seems to be the consensus reaction to ''everything'' Marvel did to the imprint.
* In-universe, Jakeem Thunder was seen as this by a number of the original JusticeSocietyOfAmerica members. Ironically, he never really received much negative treatment from the fans since his predecessor wasn't a character most readers were likely to be familiar with in the first place.
* When Acclaim bought ValiantComics, they did this to ''every'' main character save Turok, who got more popular because now he was fighting [[RuleOfCool cyborg dinosaurs]]. Then Acclaim went broke and the whole thing was tossed aside anyway, but by then it was a mercy killing.
* Feral, the {{angst}}y {{goth}} in ''StrontiumDog''. He wasn't a bad character in and of himself, but the fact that he replaced Johnny as the protagonist meant he was doomed from the start.
* Averted with ComicBook/CaptainAmerica. When Cap's old sidekick [[BuckyBarnes Bucky]] took the mantle after Steve Rogers' death, his portrayal was done successfully and he was widely accepted by the fans. To the point where [[ComicBookDeath Steve Rogers' inevitable return]] disappointed many fans that had grew accustomed to Bucky Cap! Possibly because of this, even after Rogers came back, he declined to take up his shield again and let Bucky continue to be Captain America for a while.
** Similarly, just from pre-publication press releases and the like, ComicBook/TheFalcon becoming the new Captain America in 2014 is not particularly hated by anyone. While some fans were disappointed that Bucky wasn't returning to the role, the majority of readers are looking forward to Falcap.
* {{Batwoman}} was (and still is in some fans' minds) seen as one of these after she took over the lead female Bat Family role from the [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl2000}} Cassandra Cain]] incarnation of ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}, who was moved out of focus. This was largely erased after she starred in a well-recieved, Eisner Award run of ''Detective Comics''.
** The fourth Batgirl ([[ComicBook/{{Batgirl2009}} Stephanie Brown]], formerly Spoiler) has been seen as this as well, due to her being a blonde Caucasian female who replaced one of the few Asian superheroes in all of comicdom (and the only female Asian hero to maintain a long-running solo series). (Oddly enough, Cassandra and Stephanie were LesYay-riffic best friends in-universe and would probably take offense at this.) Steph would eventually win over a a number fans by being a really fun character. Though her book wasn't a smash hit (it had enough sales to be in the top hundred comics being sold, but not on par with usual Bat-books), she managed to win over a very vocal fanbase that protested heavily once she was removed from the role.
*** And while we're on the subject, Cassandra Cain, the third Batgirl was this. Not only was she a replacement for the original Batgirl Barbara Gordon, but she was also [[TheRealRemingtonSteele seemingly created just to wear the costume given up by]] the second Batgirl, [[ComicBook/{{Huntress}} Helena Bertinelli]] (which was probably supposed to be temporary to begin with, but still...) She was also a considerable departure from the original character, being a CuteMute CharlesAtlasSuperpower martial artist. Like Steph, she still built up a fanbase and [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl2000}} received her own series]]... but then the series was cancelled and Cass was hit with CharacterDerailment. It didn't stick, but she hasn't been the same since.
*** The ComicBook/{{New 52}} relaunch, where the original Batgirl [[ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2011}} returned to the role]], is an interesting situation. Nobody hates Barbara ''per se'', but there is a perceived insult against Steph on DC's part, plus moving Babs away from being the InformationBroker and HandicappedBadass Oracle rubs many of her fans the wrong way as stripping her of her unique qualities. It's seems apparent that DC's own [[ExecutiveMeddling higher-ups]] consider both Cassandra and Stephanie to be this trope, and [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome want nothing more to do with them]].
*** Both Stephanie and Charlotte Gage-Radcliffe (who later took on the identity of Misfit) both dealt with this from Oracle when they first attempted to take on the Batgirl mantle, with Oracle even slapping Charlie after she made a disrespectful remark about Cassandra.
* The second WonderGirl (Cassandra Sandsmark) is hated by some of the more diehard Donna Troy fans. Some even wish that she weren't a "blonde, white girl" so that [[FanDumb she would be killed off easier for Donna to go back to the role]]. This is especially irritating since in the 90s, Cassandra was a much more friendly, likable character then the Scrappy people see now. Further made worse for Donna's fans in the New 52 continuity, where Cassie's new connection to Wonder Woman[[note]]Cassie is Diana's niece, the daughter of Diana's half-brother Lennox[[/note]] hasn't been revealed in-universe despite the relaunch being nearly three years old now.
* ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, Supergirl, Supergirl.
** After the original was [[HeroicSacrifice killed]] and {{Ret Gone}}d, DC initiated a LegacyImplosion policy which prevented the existence of any Kryptonians besides Superman. JohnByrne then engaged in a bit of LoopholeAbuse and gave us Matrix, a Supergirl that was basically an ArtificialHuman from a PocketDimension. While thought inferior to the original, she was at least ''a'' Supergirl and existed for several years.
** Her popularity decreased however, as PeterDavid was allowed to completely revamp the character in his own run on Supergirl. His Supergirl was actually [[OurAngelsAreDifferent an angel]], created when the Matrix Supergirl fused with a human named Linda Danvers. His run, while making [[MythologyGag a number of references to the original Supergirl]], touched on religious and supernatural themes. It was seen by many as a departure from the original character and the Superman mythos (although it's not like Superman hasn't dealt with magic and demons before). The situation was similar to the Cassandra Cain Batgirl (see above) in that despite her earlier problems Linda gained a sizable fanbase and the series ran for several years. Peter David finished the series with an arc that reintroduced the original Supergirl with the hope of turning it into a new series. Unfortunately it didn't happen and Linda was PutOnABus, but it may have inspired the creation of the Supergirl that came after the next one...
** Cir-El. Claiming to be Superman and Lois Lane's KidFromTheFuture, she was [[TheScrappy extremely unpopular]], revealed to be a fake created by the villain Brainiac, and was quickly [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome removed and forgotten]].
** And finally a new version of the original Supergirl, Kara Zor-El, was created supposedly just to get rid of the [[ContinuitySnarl confusing origins]] of the previous Supergirls now that the LegacyImplosion policy was overturned. Although her initial appearances were promising (except for people who were upset with Linda's disappearance), she garnished significant hatred for being both DarkerAndEdgier and MsFanservice. Not to mention the fact that her backstory on Krypton was {{Retcon}}ed with every writer she had. An AuthorsSavingThrow finally softened her character and clarified her history, which was mostly accepted by the fanbase.
* Done in-universe (They were this trope to the readers as well, but here it was intentional) with the four replacement Supermen that cropped up after TheDeathOfSuperman. The first three were: [[EvilCounterpart a Cyborg that eventually turned out to be evil]]; [[NinetiesAntiHero a cold, elitist Kryptonian]]; and [[ComicBook/{{Superboy}} a loud, '90s-ish punk teenager]]. [[{{Steel}} The fourth was a heroic, moral, upstanding guy...who really, really didn't want to replace Superman]].
* At the same time as the Death of Superman arc, Franchise/{{Batman}} also got a ReplacementScrappy in [[AntiHeroSubstitute Azrael]], who took up the mantle after Batman's back was broken. He went over terribly with the fans, but like Superman, the writers never intended, and the readers never believed, that {{Azrael}} would ever be a ''permanent'' replacement.
** Like with the Bucky example above, averted entirely when Dick Grayson became Batman. The decision for both Bruce and Dick to act as Batman simultaneously is seen s a welcome third option. Some fans really didn't want him returning to his role of Nightwing.
* Tanarus, the guy who's replaced [[TheMightyThor Thor]] after ''Comicbook/FearItself'' is got hate immediately, because he looks like a NinetiesAntiHero, his appearance and Thor's death mean that there won't be interaction between Thor and Kid!Loki for awhile, he's not using Mjolnir at all, but a weird staff with a heavy head (indicating to fans that he's not worthy to be Thor anyways, since a worthy person can lift the hammer), and for not being one of the ''many'' established people who could take over for Thor, namely Beta-Ray Bill and Thunderstrike. Oh, and the fact that when the announcement was made Thor wasn't even dead yet.
** The first and last seem to be annoying people the most, since the first is clearly so Kid!Loki will have a harder time of it without Thor to protect him and the latter is seen as being too much like the DC reboot's treatment of well-liked characters.
** In-universe, Loki loathes Taranus for this very reason. It's even worse for Loki because [[spoiler:he's the one responsible for this situation.]]
** Thankfully, this turned out to be wholly intentional on the writer's part, as Tanarus was revealed to be someone impersonation Thor who had usurped everyone but Loki's memories of him, and ended up integral to Thor's return. Notably, he really didn't star in most of the comics, Loki taking over that title too until Thor was back.
* The new ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan, [[AffirmativeActionLegacy Miles Morales]], was initially treated like this in-universe. A number of characters such as Nick Fury and Spider Woman felt it was disrespectful of Miles to don the Spider-Man mantle after the death of Peter Parker, but he managed to win both of them over after displaying his heroism during a battle with Electro. However he still routinely deals with cops and civilians who view his actions as disrespectful to Peter's memory.
** Not like it didn't happen out of universe as well, however. Due to being an African American, Miles is polarising. Many who defend him will accuse others of being racist, but there are some who do hate him out of racism and many who like him for being a generally nice kid trying to do good. But, other critiques of him (like being too similar to Peter meaning that the replacement was unneeded, the fact he was created for no other reason than to be Black Spider-Man comes off as making a TokenMinority Spider-Man, and some aspects of his background are seen as racially stereotypical) have been ignored due to this, and along with those who hate him for being a ReplacementScrappy, tend to be labelled as racists despite not caring about his race.
* This can happen for whole teams as well. After the original {{Gen 13}} ended with the team being [[KilledOffForReal killed with a nuclear bomb]], the book was relaunched with an all-new team created by Creator/ChrisClaremont. The combination of the heavy-handed, [[ExecutiveMeddling editor-mandated]] deaths of the old team and the FiveTokenBand nature of the replacements meant that the results were pretty unpopular. The "new" Gen13 was cancelled after 16 issues, ending with the original team being bought back to life. The "new" Gen 13 have never even been mentioned again.
* Pretty much everything about the ''Comicbook/AvengersArena'' [[BrokenBase base is broken]], but a good segment loathes the new characters from the [[CaptainBritain Braddock Academy]] out of fear that established characters ([[spoiler:such as poor [[Comicbook/AvengersAcademy Mettle]]]]) will be killed so they can have more screentime.
* Marcus Johnson aka Nick Fury Jr. is not only hated by the fans because he is a pandering towards movie-fans, who are used to the black Nick Fury (who originated from the {{The Ultimates}}), but also because he is replacing his dad, who apparently [[PutOnABus is disappearing into the background because his youth formula isn't working anymore]].
* Kade Kilgore's Hellfire Club, main antagonists of Jason Aaron's ''ComicBook/WolverineAndTheXMen''. In fairness to Aaron, the classic Hellfire Club members (and most of their direct replacements, too) are long dead or [[HeelFaceTurn face-turned]], but apparently he felt that the best characters to fill their shoes would be a cabal of [[EnfantTerrible sociopathic teenagers]] with a major ShowDontTell problem; they spend most of their panel-time talking about evil things that they did which we never ''see'' them do. They're typically referred to by derisive nicknames like "Heckfire Clubhouse" or "[[SpinoffBabies Hellfire Babies]]."
* Deathstroke's team of "Titans" when [''[TeenTitans Titans]]'' was remade into a series about Slade's mercenary team stealing the Titans name after the actual, adult Titans had disbanded following ''CryForJustice'' and ''BlackestNight''. The run immediately got off to a bad start by killing off Ryan Choi in an extremely graphic and dragged out manner just to show how "dangerous" this new team was, which landed DC a number of accusations about inter-company racism. Added to that were:
** The over saturation of blood and gore.
** The ongoing CharacterDerailment of Arsenal after the loss of his arm and the death of his daughter followed into his transformation into a drug-addicted anti-hero. Roy joined the team because of Cheshire emotionally blackmailing him over Lian's death, and he conspired with her to kill Slade when they got the chance. Roy started appearing more and more psychotic as his drug addiction worsened, and then readers felt especially angry when he ''willingly'' accepted a vial of Bliss from Slade, with Bliss being a drug that is literally ''made from children.''
** Osiris saw similar CharacterDerailment as he slowly went from the team's TokenGoodTeammate who was only with them for the sake of finding a way to revive Black Adam and Isis into a Superboy-Prime knock-off. Alongside Osiris's inclusion was the fact that out of all the ''BrightestDay'' tie-in books, the connection in ''Titans'' gradually went nowhere and was forgotten except for Isis being revived.
** Everything about Cinder's character. A suicidal rape victim whose debut included her murdering a man by burning off his penis and setting him on fire using her vagina. [[http://wac.450f.edgecastcdn.net/80450F/comicsalliance.com/files/2010/12/lavagina.jpg We're being serious here.]]
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