TimDrake'sDumbWings wrote:Does anybody think it's worth it for me to just replace Batman with Flash or Wonder Woman in my pull list? I read and liked the first issues of each, but don't want to commit if 1) The creative teams will experience tampering like most other New 52 comics, 2) They're tied into some retarded crossover like Trinity War, or 3) They experience as much quality drop-off as Batman did. I was excited to get caught up on Wonder Woman when I saw that Orion was present, but seeing that he'll be appearing in Superman in May makes me leery that I'll have to read both titles to get the whole story.
it would indeed be worth it to replace Batman with Wonder Woman.
i like Flash a lot, but it feels pretty unimportant if that makes any difference to you. fun stories and great art though.
OTOH, if you feel like you need a Batman book, try Batman & Robin. it's the "characterization" book of the Bat-titles, and other than about 3 issues in the middle, has been as good as (and IMMO, often better than) Snyder's Batman. and the Annual from last week...one of the best single-issue Bat-stories in my recent memory. you really should pick that one up on its own regardless of whether you get the rest of the series or not. it's that good.
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