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this website is so nice when you just dont bother reading anything

Very true. Same can be said about Twitter as well.

(I’m pretty sure this is the primary reason I spend more time writing than reading)

If Bruce and Selina getting married leads to a version of Helena appearing and joining the JSA in the main DCU, how do you think they should go about it? Time traveling daughter from the future? Or something else?

I shared my thoughts in detail in the post below:

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The short version is I would simply reintegrate the pre-Crisis version of the character by merging Bruce and Selina’s Golden Age history with their current history similar to Superman Reborn.

Instead of DC treating the current marriage proposal as a first (cause it honestly isn’t), they should treat it as a case of Bruce and Selina reclaiming their Golden Age past and putting years back into their t imeline.

Obviously, that would require making significant modifications to Bruce and Selina’s current timeline to reintegrate her, but at least in merging the two histories, we would still get Helena Wayne back as the original Huntress and as their adult daughter as originally intended.

I’m of the opinion that if DC had no qualms about completely rewriting Batman, Catwoman, and the Huntress’ histories post-Crisis to match their then new direction, rewriting their histories again to reintegrate her shouldn’t be a problem for them. There’s nothing to stop them from doing so! ;)

Summary: The Huntress has been captured by Dr. Tarr and Milo, both of whom escaped from the Willow Funeral Home prior to explosion. Feeling threatened that the Huntress is equally hot on the trail of their own scam, the duo take the Huntress back to...

Summary: The Huntress has been captured by Dr. Tarr and Milo, both of whom escaped from the Willow Funeral Home prior to explosion. Feeling threatened that the Huntress is equally hot on the trail of their own scam, the duo take the Huntress back to Arkham Asylum to get her “fixed up” by a man known only as “Professor Fether.” When the Huntress arrives at Gotham’s most infamous sanitarium, what horrors await for her there? Has Arkham Asylum’s doctors truly gone rogue, or have the patients taken over the asylum?

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tagged by @blackbatpurplecat

Rules: Answer the questions in a new post and tag 10 blogs you would like to get to know better.

A - Age: 30

B - Birthplace: Seattle

C - Current Time: 23:05

D - Drink You Last Had: Tea

E - Easiest Person To Talk To: My best friend.

F - Favorite Song: Head Over Heels by Tears For Fears

G - Grossest Memory: The opening scene to Saving Private Ryan

H - Horror Yes or Horror No: I like classic horror films

I - In Love?: Only if you count my everlasting love of Huntress and Power Girl.

J - Jealous of People?: Nope. I&rsquo ;m quite content with my own self.

L - Love At First Sight Or Should I Walk By Again: Neither one. I’m the “start out as friends” type.

M - Middle Name: Marie

N - Number of Siblings: 7

O - One Wish: To live in a TARDIS.

P - Person You Called Last: A client at my work place..

Q - Question You Are Always Asked: Do you have children?

R - Reason to Smile: Science, comics, and music. :)

S - Song You Sang Last: You Don’t Know Me by Michael Bublé

T - Time You Woke Up: 06:48 and then slept for another hour.

U - Underwear Color: White

V - Vacation Destination: Norway

W - Worst Habit: Having an immense love of food.

X - X-rays: Of chest, hand, and teeth.

Y - Your favorite f ood: Anything that tastes good.

Z - Zodiac Sign: Virgo

I tag any 10 people who want to do this meme. :P

It has been a month now since “The Button” concluded with more questions than answers, and this month begins DC’s latest event Dark Knights: Metal. As such, the book to check out this month is Dark Days: The Forge #1, which–like “The...

It has been a month now since “The Button” concluded with more questions than answers, and this month begins DC’s latest event Dark Knights: Metal. As such, the book to check out this month is Dark Days: The Forge #1, which–like “The Button”–continues to plant new mysteries surrounding the DC Universe’s Rebirth.

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“I found and captured the Scarecrow, of course…but more important…that night I found Bruce Wayne. And I found the woman who would share my life for the next twenty years.“ -Bruce Wayne, The Brave and the Bold #197

“I found and captured the Scarecrow, of course…but more important…that night I found Bruce Wayne. And I found the woman who would share my life for the next twenty years.“ -Bruce Wayne, The Brave and the Bold #197

blackbatpurplecat:

The Waynes

Artist: Tony Perna

Last week, DC Comics did the unexpected. In the pages of Batman #24 by Tom King and David Finch, Bruce Wayne got down on one knee and proposed marriage to Selina Kyle with a ring using the same diamond she originally stole (in Batman #1 from 1940)...

Last week, DC Comics did the unexpected. In the pages of Batman #24 by Tom King and David Finch, Bruce Wayne got down on one knee and proposed marriage to Selina Kyle with a ring using the same diamond she originally stole (in Batman #1 from 1940) that he later bought from the owner. It was a very significant moment in Bruce and Selina’s present.

As hard as it is to expect DC to let anything last given their history of rebooting and retooling their mainstream continuity every few decades, in the end, I think this is an important development for Bruce and Selina that I want to see stick moving forward. So instead of doing an article detailing all of my concerns about what could go wrong here, I want to do the exact opposite. Since the promise of Rebirth is reclaiming all of DC’s history and putting all of the pieces back on the board, I would like to talk about what I would like to see happ en with this new development.

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Taking place in the last year of World War I, Wonder Woman chronicles Princess Diana’s heroic journey from her life as the Amazonian daughter of Queen Hippolyta on Themyscira to becoming the world-wide sensation known as “Wonder Woman” in Man’s...

Taking place in the last year of World War I, Wonder Woman chronicles Princess Diana’s heroic journey from her life as the Amazonian daughter of Queen Hippolyta on Themyscira to becoming the world-wide sensation known as “Wonder Woman” in Man’s World. At the start of her journey, Diana has a very innocent view of the world and of mankind comparable to that of a child. As she becomes acquainted with the world of man, its prejudices, weaknesses, and corruption, she starts to learn that life on the other side is more complex and not as clear-cut as she was accustomed to on Themyscira. By the end of her journey, Diana develops a stronger sense of identity and mission for herself.

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Woo Woo! We’re officially one week away now from Wonder Woman’s cinematic debut, which means it’s time to recommend another Wonder Woman comic, this time from the mainstream DC Universe! The good news is now is a good time to jump onboard. With the...

Woo Woo! We’re officially one week away now from Wonder Woman’s cinematic debut, which means it’s time to recommend another Wonder Woman comic, this time from the mainstream DC Universe! The good news is now is a good time to jump onboard. With the Rebirth initiative being only a year old, there are plenty of opportunities for new readers to check out new comics currently published by DC Comics without feeling intimidated by past DC continuity.

As has been consistently stated by DC president and CCO, Geoff Johns, Rebirth honours DC’s past continuity while taking each of these properties to the future. It invites both new and older DC fans to the fold, and takes these characters into new and interesting directions while never straying from the original ideas and concepts that made these characters resonate with people for generations. Wonder Woman Rebirth lives up to all of those promises and more.

Originally published in serialised magazine format, Wonder Woman: Year One presents readers with a familiar but newer take on the character’s classic origin story. Like Legend of Wonder Woman previously discussed in an earlier post, Wonder Woman: Year One also brings Wonder Woman back to her roots, but her story is now set in a more modern context as opposed to the 1940s. Though the version of Wonder Woman presented in this story is more based on the Silver Age and post-Crisis versions of the character (Legend of Wonder Woman is m ore explicitly based on her Golden Age incarnation), many of the same mythological beats that have been present since the character’s Golden Age appearance remain intact.

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