Q: If you had to create an iconic but stripped-down version of the Legion of Super-Heroes, like for a TV show, which eight to ten characters would be on it? -- @benito_cereno
A: One of the weirdest things about the DC Universe right now -- which is full of exactly as much weirdness as you'd expect from a 75 year-old superhero universe that's less than three years into a baby-and-bathwater reboot -- is that the Legion of Super-Heroes isn't a part of it. I mean, no, they were never the biggest franchise DC had to offer, but they were a pretty constant presence from 1958 to just a little while ago, and there's a good reason for that. I mean, they're teenagers from the future. That's quite literally a concept that never gets old.
That said, it's only a matter of time before they get rebooted, so let's while away some time figuring out just who I'd put on the new team.
With the exception of Simon's Quest for the NES, I've been a pretty big fan of the Castlevania games for my entire life. That said, I walked away from 2010's Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, a reboot of the franchise that involved Metal Gear Solid's Hideo Kojima, thinking that it was one of the dumbest games I'd ever played. It wasn't the gameplay, which was a solid enough
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Q: What have been the best-handled reboots, quality-wise? -- @Robalvag
Q: Seems an obvious choice, but what are the best comic reboots ever? --@jleehenderson
A: I got a lot of questions along these lines this week, and
Since the announcement of DC's line-wide relaunch hit last week, readers have been wondering what exactly all of this means for the publisher and their comics. Titles, creators and even distribution methods are all up in the air in what's turning out to be a pretty
I'm sure you've all seen the news posts that blew up the comics Internet yesterday, but in case you didn't: DC Comics is relaunching their entire line, post-Flashpoint, while simultaneously moving their entire superhero universe publishing operation to same-day digital distribution (also known as day-and-date). It's easy to look at these two decisions
If there's one animated series that prepared kids from the '90s for AMC and HBO's limited series formats, it was the crazy-short seasonified Canadian computer-animated "ReBoot."
Yeah, for a show that originally ran from 1994-1997, its relatively ambitious CGI made its pace forgivable, but more patient fans who caught the show on Cartoon Network at a faster pace might be excited that the series is set to return in 2010 in movie form.
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