But look at how he ended in Earth-1. Well on his way to looking a little more....rumpled. Gotham will do that to a person if you're not careful. Or a Bat.
Anyway, Im....more or less glad....that Etta is going to be a big woman (again.) I appreciate diversity in my comics, and that should include large people too. Granted, weight problems are a serious issue these days; our war on drugs will soon be replaced by a war on twinkies. So I do question whether we absolutely *need* Etta to be, as Grant said, immense. There is a difference between being big (which is fine) and being obese, which comes with some serious health risks. And yes, so does being too skinny. The world is a one sided thing, I know. I hope that Grant, if he does write Etta as being *that* large, handles it right. But, Etta isnt a role model. Diana is. So, bring on the fat bottomed girls, to quote Queen.
Besides, we already have an overweight hero in the pages of Dial H.
I suspect that she will be white again too, but honestly....whatever. I liked that DC made her black in the New52. I mean, its Etta Candy. Who really gives a damn if her skin color changes? She's a sometimes supporting character who has barely been seen in decades, outside of her role in Gail's run. So make her black, or asian, or purple for all I care.
Oh, and the poster who said s/he hoped that Etta wasnt turned into the happy, plucky, fat person stereotype? Her name is Etta Candy. What exactly do you think she was? She *was* that stereotype! Just like Ebony in the old Spirit comics, or even Jimmy Olsen, to a degree.