Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another episode of Outhouse DC-Bashing
where we lure DC fans into a thread with the false curiosity of their opinions but then smack down any remotely positive response they post
I read it last night, and I agree, it's gotten much better.
I just think that's sad, because I LIKED that it was so juvenile and ridiculous in the beginning. You're talking to a guy who attests, to this day, that All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder was the greatest comic of the last decade. This comic was, with Jim Lee, its spiritual successor. But now that it's improved, I feel it's lost that distinction.
Now it feels like the DC comics by Johns I read before, like Blackest Night or something. Keep in mind I was never a big DC guy, so I don't have the attachment to the characters that I do to Marvel characters. I like DC comics that are relatively accessible. I really liked 52, for instance.
Currently, I think All Star Western is one of the best books on the stands. I enjoy Demon Knights. Birds of Prey. Wonder Woman is fantastic. I was reading all the bat books but my interest has been killed by too many crossovers. I was enjoying Justice League Dark when I last read it, still have to catch up on that like I did Justice League.
Overall, I enjoy DC more post-reboot. I have no issues with their handling of continuity or anything like that because I don't care about it.
But Justice League... it was so bad, it was special. I mourn the loss of its badness.