Feeble Turtle DuckOh yes, please please please Pre-New52 Booster! Might also tie in with Jaimes Blue Beetle Story...
edited 24th Jun '12 3:44:16 AM by 3of4
LMage: NO ONE ASKED FOR YOUR WITCHCRAFT THREE
That's not what I asked though, just because DC has chosen to integrate the Milestone characters into their current universe doesn't mean that DC owns the properties outright, DC licensed the Red Circle characters a few years back, made them part of the DCU then let the rights lapse. If that happens with the milestone characters though, what Happens to Young Justice?
They wouldn't be able to air episodes with Milestone characters (Icon and Rocket only, so far) in them in that case. But I suspect either DC has the Milestones completely bought, or at least has a pretty long lease, since they're focusing much more on their properties now than they used to. (Also, one thing that many people, including those who sold their characters to DC, never realize, is that one of their motives is to eliminate the competition. Sure, they might have plans for them, but if they fail, they can just shut them down and still "win" from their POV. This practice is OLD (DC has also absorbed other companies before, like Fawcett Comics and Quality Comics) and hardly limited to them (Marvel also ate up The Ultraverse). Comics is a dog-eat-dog world sometimes.)
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Inky quillsAnd just like that the Fawcett Comics characters disappeared in a flash of lightning, never to be seen again.
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They wouldn't be able to air episodes with Milestone characters (Icon and Rocket only, so far) in them in that case. But I suspect either DC has the Milestones completely bought, or at least has a pretty long lease, since they're focusing much more on their properties now than they used to.Ehhh, the thing is though that DC really isn't using the characters. Xombi got unceremoniously cancelled and Static barely had any chance with all of it's Executive Meddling.
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Fresh For 2014As far as I know, Static is pretty much only connected to the Teen Titans right now. He got a mini-series a few years ago, but now he's among the TT supporting members or something. Or something like that. I don't remember. Maybe he got a new series after Flashpoint. I don't know about the rest of the Milestone characters, though.
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Mighty No. 51345He was one of the new 52. He was also one of the first to lose his series in the new 52.
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Yeah Static lost his series. The writer had good ideas, but the artist had confusing ones and an editor on his side.
Persona!I'm not sure if this has been posted already, but the Young Justice: Legacy Facebook page has update with a ton of information and some videos from E3.
edited 25th Jun '12 12:55:30 PM by i-kun
So, I apologize if I missed the memo, but I can't seem to find any information on this; when shall YJ be returning to our screens?
I read September on The Other Wiki, which seems logical, but considering the source we can't be 100% sure. Sometime this fall, probably- hopefully early fall.
YAY MURDER! :3Apparentley we'll get some more info at Comic-Con.
On the character trope page for the Team, someone said that a tie-in comics went deeper into the reasons why Wally left the super-heroics behind, anybody knows what this comic might be?
probably between comics #17-#20 It's probably 20 since that one seems to be the only one that deals with the time skip thus far.
Okay, but that comics is [i]due[/i] to release, not [i]released[/i]. How exactly did that troper get his hands on it?
Sometimes the comics are released in other countries before the U.S. and people post scans online. Or the troper could have been macking it up.
edited 3rd Jul '12 4:17:23 PM by chloelee12
Although if the troper did make it up he or she probably considered the whole 'can't catch up' thibg as a good reason for him to quit.
I don't know if anyone has seen this before but it has to be the best fanart ever! http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=žion=&global=1&q=The+West+Family#/d3axtg1 Edit: Also this http://aiconx.deviantart.com/art/Bat-Flash-Kids-200923008?q=boost%3Apopular%20Wally%20Bart%20Young%20justice&qo=15
edited 3rd Jul '12 6:13:33 PM by chloelee12
BFS EnthusiastThis is starting to get quite cool. I can only wonder where this Metagene plot is gonna go...
edited 3rd Jul '12 11:31:28 PM by NickTheSwing
Feeble Turtle DuckNo Bart!
LMage: NO ONE ASKED FOR YOUR WITCHCRAFT THREE
both made before he appeared
We're Watching YouSince DC already fully owns the Gen 13 characters and has at least Fairchild active in the new 52, maybe we could see those characters in this show at some point?
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BFS EnthusiastSo, what comic plot does this Invasion arc follow the closest?
edited 5th Jul '12 3:39:22 PM by NickTheSwing
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