So here's the deal, in April, DC Comics will be moving to Burbank, California. As such, they are doing a very interesting event, the basic premise is this
Set on a world outside time and space, Brainiac has used his access to Vanishing Point to roam the history of the DC Universe.. Using it to abduct heroes from different lost and defunct eras (pre-Flashpoint
, pre-Zero Hour
and pre-Crisis On Infinite Earths) and across the multiverse, Brainiac amasses a collection of 40 cities. Taking them to this mysterious world within domes (very much like the one that he has kept the city of Kandor of Krypton in over DC publication history) he opens them to see what happens. The ensuing chaos pits various DC heroes and villains and their historic or multiverse counterparts against each other as a villain known as Telos arises to take advantage of it all.
So the stories would follow various heroes from DC's history, including alternate worlds, in a giant clash of various characters. As such, DC is releasing various comics all focused on these heroes.
All of these pre-Nu52 heroes.
So, let's look at what we got, or at least the ones I find interesting
So in order from top to bottom, we got Knightfall-era Azbats, Justice League Detroit, 1980s Teen Titans, Pre-Crisis Earth-4 Blue Beetle, Pre-Crisis Earth X, Pre-Crisis Earth 2 Dick Grayson and Helena Wayne, Pre-Crisis Earth 2 Justice Society, and Pre-Flashpoint Titans
So while the first several are ones I'm interested in due to being a fan of those incarnations of the characters (or in regards to Earth X, just because I like the idea of a bunch of superheroes led by Uncle Sam fighting Nazis. Also Plastic Man, can never go wrong with Plastic Man), but the last one is interesting because of the description.
Look, I don't care for what the years have done to Roy Harper and since this is weird robot arm Roy, then this is clearly after all that shit in Cry For Justice and Rise Of Arsenal. However, this is the descriptionStarfire and Donna Troy come to get Roy Harper who has gone into seclusion since the death of his child and loss of his arm, but then Arsenal has to choose between his team and resurrecting his dead daughter.
Let me repeat that
resurrecting his dead daughter.
WE COULD GET LIAN HARPER BACK!
Also another one that I like
Yes, that's a married Superman and pregnant Lois Lane. Look I don't care what DC's current status is, Clark Kent and Lois Lane are one of those couples that you DON'T split up.
Speaking of married superheroes whose marriages were taken away by bullshit, let's look at Spider-Verse
Well so much for Marvel Vs. Capcom Spider-Man
But anyway, that's not important, moving on
Well that's the movies taken care of, (and also the musical and what I assume to be some educational game).........
You know they have a point, there is a lot of Japanese Spider-Men. I think it's cause he looks a bit like a Sentai character.
But yeah, what could be their difference? What makes these two different besides the suit?
Notice it? Huh?
If you didn't notice it, look at Spidey's hand in the right top panel.
YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH, it's a married Spidey. Though I wonder what that this summer thing means?
I honestly have no idea what that could refer to.
(Before you get too excited, bear in mind that this is an alternate universe Spidey but maybe our Peter could get remarried too...)
Also that Renew The Vows is from Marvel's own version of Convergence focusing more on various alternate universes, but it probably won't be as exciting as Convergence...
................I'm not going to have any money left, am I?
Well, at least nothing else is happening related to comics in between now and the end of Summer
You know, go fuck yourselves