There are some aspects of old universe that should be add to New 52
Doesn't matter as long as the stories good
Really depends what character we are talking about.
I don't feel less "connected", if i dare say, with Bruce or Clark than i was before for example. Not at all.
But Green Arrow ? Completely disconnected. Ollie died during the reboot and was replaced by someone else who stole his name.
It's not a matter of personal preference, so much as the fact that not every character fits this iteration of the DCU. The majority of the MIA characters are second generation heroes who grew up in the role. That's simply not something that can work in the compressed timeline. Once you accept (not agree with, that's a different question entirely) the idea that the compressed timeline was important, then those characters are the ones that are most likely to be sidelined.
As for the "more inclusive vision," I think that too is a misreading. Every upheaval has left characters by the wayside. It's a necessary part of redefining the DCU, every set of parameters limits the characters that can exist within it. This version is no more or less inclusive than any other iteration was at barely past the one year mark: it simply includes different characters.
Fans of a certain generation of characters are going to be angry that those characters aren't involved in the DCU, just as fans of Supergirl, Huntress, Earth 2, and others were angry at losing their characters after Crisis. That doesn't mean that editorial is doing it to spite them personally, or because they don't like the characters. They are doing it because they don't fit the current parameters of the DCU. Give it time, things will change; they always do.
Anyone who thinks DC is bringing back the Silver Age doesn't know what the Silver Age is.
There is no such word as "persay," it's per se, two words, from the Latin.
The DC relaunch was successful and was executed in what was most likely the best way it could given restrictions we wouldn't know about. No, your idea wouldn't have worked. Now move on.
And yes, I have b!+ched and moaned about the JSA's rejuvenation, calling it a creative mistake. I'm not complaining about that here, only trying to explain the backwards term.
"Cant say it better than CaptCleghorn." - RolandJP
I know that if I were in their position, that's how I'd treat the characters, apart from how I might look at them as a fan.
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faze (v.): to cause to be disturbed or disconcerted; to stun
phase (n.): a stage in a process of change or development
Get it right, people.
I really wanted to love the DCnU, but, after 15 issues of some of my old favorites, I recently dropped my pull list at my comics shop because I simply don't care about these books anymore. The reboot was a huge disconnect for me and I now read these books only in trade paperback or hardcover. I wasn't particularly enthralled with Grant Morrison's Action Comics, even though I really thought I would be. Swamp Thing is better than it was when it was at Vertigo, but still isn't something I have to read. Flash isn't interesting to me at all. I like Suicide Squad, but that was because it was a pleasant surprise. I thought I'd hate it, but actually enjoyed it. My biggest disappointment has been All-Star Western. I love nearly everything Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray write, but I just haven't been able to get into these Jonah Hex stories like I did their first series.