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DC Shocker: Threshold Cancelled

DC Shocker: Threshold Cancelled

The sci-fi series was cancelled after eight issues.



Source: MTV Geek

To the surprise of absolutely no one, Threshold is being cancelled as of issue 8.  The DC sci-fi series is best known for rebooting Captain Carrot into a Rocket Raccoon knockoff.  The best part about the series, the Larfleeze backups, were already spun off into its own series, so this really shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. 

On a side note, this marks the second time that a series with Blue Beetle has been cancelled in the last 12 months.  Coincidence or something more sinister?  We'll let you decide (the correct answer is coincidence.)

 






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