I'm hoping for Tynion on Red Robin. I'm okay with how Lobdell writes him, but he doesn't need Teen Titans AND Red Robin.
Really meh on the rest of that. Though I suppose a Kindt MM is a step-up over that Savage Hawkman crap.
I cringe thinking that bringing back a Superman/Batman title would be an excuse for a company-wide crossover.
Not that they need an excuse to do that.
I have zero interest in Red Robin and Superman / Batman, I never read those books pre-New 52, and since I dislike Tim Drake and Superman / Batman team-ups, unless the creative teams are ridic I don't see myself buying those.
Martian Manhunter I would imagine has been converted into the JLA backup.
DC Presents and Brave and the Bold I need to know more about. I think Brave and the Bold is a cool idea but it's hard to keep up interest in that on a monthly basis. The last volume had a pretty strong creative team (Mark Waid and George Perez) and still failed.
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I'm not ashamed to admit that I miss the Batman/Superman bromance, so I'd be looking forward to that, as long as the writing and art delivers.
As much as I used to love Tim, DC'd have to completely overhaul the character and concept before thet got my interest. I'd need to see the other titles before knowing if it's something I'd be interested in.
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DC Comics Presents and Brave and the Bold could be the 'linked' books Fialkov was talking about. That'd be quite nice -- something that might have the legs to stick around, really.
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I'd love to see a Red Robin book once again, as long as it has a competent writer (no Lobdell, please).
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Another Superman/Batman comic book (echoing the past). No surprises there. Leave it for a company to rely on the same old tactics to try and get sales. But the problem isnt the titles, its the quality there-in and sustaining it.
I hope Meltzer is never even allowed to pitch for DC again.
The only time I've ever hoped Rob Liefeld was right. To paraphrase Sheldon Cooper: 'BRING ME THE RED ROBIN!'
Of the books on that list I'd be happy to see a Martian Manhunter series. I think that it could fit any tone that the writer might want to use and the concept is interesting enough. I hope that the backup in JLA is a way to introduce this book and not a replacement for it. As for the rest of the books, I need to see a creative team to get excited because I don't care too much for those concepts alone and I have no clue what DCCP would be.
I said earlier this year that I think DC is gonna try to build the relationships and friendships of DC characters outside their respective families.
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