LNH/LNH20/LNHX: The Tao of Reboots
Adrian James McClure
lord_soldeed at yahoo.com
Sat Nov 19 19:17:28 PST 2011
On Nov 18, 9:27 pm, Andrew Perron <pwer... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Honestly, I just think there weren't enough people around to make a
> critical mass. 2004 was one of RACC's two lowest-traffic years (along with
> 2003). Compare that with 2011, which already had fairly consistent
> three-digit posts per month even before this.
Hmm. I haven't been around in quite a while, so why do you think it
went up this year?
> > Personally, I think this is how DC should have done its own reboot.
> Yes. That they had was actually one of the early rumors on it, and boy
> howdy was I disappointed when it wasn't true.
I was convinced when Final Crisis was coming out that this was what
was going to happen. That was how I interpreted the tagline "Heroes
die. Legends live forever." IE, the heroes of Earth-1 would die, but
the legends would live on in another world. Although I liked FC a lot
on the whole, it would have been pretty neat if they'd done that.
> Eh, even if it weren't for trademark issues, DC has some of the iconic-est
> iconic heroes. I can see keeping 'em around, though futzing with their
> details is good too.
I was referring to doing this on Earth-2--the original Earth--and
relaunching the iconic heroes on Earth-1. See above.
> > AJM (Though I do appreciate the fact that we finally have a
> > Frankenstein book now)
> Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, would introduce a mummy hero to LNH20,
> but Wil has that market sewn up.
Well, you can always have more than one, right? They could someday
fight in some kind of Crisis of Infinite Mummies.
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