Predicting The Future

I am finally reading Final Crisis and I have been going through them with the episodes on each of the issues. I just finished FC #4 and am now listening to the episode on it. And what will you know, the geeks pretty much predicted the DC revamp. It was kinda eery. If you go to the episode skip to around 40 minutes, it is pretty interesting.
http://comicgeekspeak.com/episodes/comic_geek_speak-683.php

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  • that's what i wondered about in another thread, in relation to the new 52 "reboot"... in the since that they have started over, that really was the final crisis for that universe, right?
  • Eric_CEric_C Posts: 226
    that's what i wondered about in another thread, in relation to the new 52 "reboot"... in the since that they have started over, that really was the final crisis for that universe, right?
    I would assume so unless they go back to that universe which is most likely never gonna happen unless there is like some crazy crisis that the New 52 gets crossovered with the old universe. Well, now my head hurts. The Crisis' are a total mind F
  • DoctorDoomDoctorDoom Posts: 1,624
    I am finally reading Final Crisis and I have been going through them with the episodes on each of the issues. I just finished FC #4 and am now listening to the episode on it. And what will you know, the geeks pretty much predicted the DC revamp. It was kinda eery. If you go to the episode skip to around 40 minutes, it is pretty interesting.
    http://comicgeekspeak.com/episodes/comic_geek_speak-683.php
    Man, I hope you're reading Superman Beyond as well.
  • Eric_CEric_C Posts: 226

    Man, I hope you're reading Superman Beyond as well.
    I did. If you put a gun to my head and told me to tell you what happened or you would kill me. It is safe to say I would be a goner.
  • DoctorDoomDoctorDoom Posts: 1,624

    Man, I hope you're reading Superman Beyond as well.


    I did. If you put a gun to my head and told me to tell you what happened or you would kill me. It is safe to say I would be a goner.
    Don't worry, no one does.

    Except for Murd.
  • He hasn't got there yet

  • Man, I hope you're reading Superman Beyond as well.


    I did. If you put a gun to my head and told me to tell you what happened or you would kill me. It is safe to say I would be a goner.


    Don't worry, no one does.

    Except for Murd.
    I do as well. And, maybe I've read too much Morrison in my life, because I don't see why it's considered confusing.

  • TobyToby Posts: 83
    After Murd walked us through Final Crisis is really was not bad at all but the from what I remembered, Superman Beyond really needed to be read to understand it.
  • DoctorDoomDoctorDoom Posts: 1,624
    Final Crisis was understandable.

    Superman Beyond took a longer time to get through for me.
  • PaulPaul Posts: 120
    The thing I really liked about Superman Beyond is that I finally got my money's worth out of an event book. A bunch of layers to make a book a full meal rather than just a snack? Yes, please. May I have some more?

    Final Crisis itself was a heck of a lot more straightforward than most gave it credit for, though I do see that a lot of the story lived in the subtext, but that was probably what made me, at least, appreciate it all the more.
  • Eric_CEric_C Posts: 226
    Now that this is a Final Crisis thread, I will giver my thoughts-
    Huh? What? Why? It was horrendous
  • If, once a year, you had said, "I bet DC will reboot everything and start over", you would be correct 4% of the time.
    I think that since they have had a new Editor in Chief been able to do it, EVERY editor in chief will want to do it. Kind of like how a new writer at Marvel would invalidate everything done by writers they didn't like in the 90's.
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