The comparisons to One More Day wouldn't really fit here. No one at DC editorial is indicating that this is going to be a "forever" kind of change. I think Clark and Lois wind up together within five years and all will be well again. This isn't like Marvel, where the editorial brass are dead-set against Peter and Mary Jane. The Clark/Lois separation sounds like it'll be temporary.
In other DCnU news, just read the ending to War of the Green Lanterns, which has finally convinced my stubborn self that this reboot isn't a reboot at all, but another "Superboy Prime punches a wall" kind of thing.
Nothing says "accessible" like a super-powered alien with absolutely no connections to any living human beings. I won't lie; it's not like I've been buying Superman prior to this point. But there's absolutely nothing about this reboot that I like.
Originally posted by Tenken347Nothing says "accessible" like a super-powered alien with absolutely no connections to any living human beings. I won't lie; it's not like I've been buying Superman prior to this point. But there's absolutely nothing about this reboot that I like.
I kinda like it - I wonder if there's going to be some kind of disconnect between the Kryptonian in Clark/Kal in a human world.
I haven't bought a comic book in literally YEARS - with exception of the occasional Archie comics that are just to pass the time on the bus, which eventually end up in the Sunday school room at church...but I'm definately interested in seeing how this comes along.
It was a good comic book day, since I saw my pal Jeff Parker (Agents of ATLAS, Marvel Adventures books) at a FCBD event in suburban Baltimore. There will hopefully be ATLAS in the future, not just their appearance in a Skrull-related issue of something.