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Exclusive: More Vague, Obvious Information About DC's Band-Aid Event Revealed!

Exclusive: More Vague, Obvious Information About DC's Band-Aid Event Revealed!

We're not going to let Bleeding Cool have all the fun!



Source: Bleeding Cool

For the last few weeks, rumor-mongering website Bleeding Cool has been revealing "secrets" about the upcoming transitional super-mega-crossover event that will take place while DC moves from New York City to Burbank. Bleeding Cool dubbed the event Band-Aid, but it was The Outhouse that revealed that the Band-Aid was designed to cover the Festering Wound that is the Nu52. It's in that same tradition of one-upsmanship that we are now going to expand on Bleeding Cool's most recent report.

According to Uncle Rich, Band-Aid will feature "various DC character of various realities together, against each other, with various outcomes." Various characters and various outcomes?! What a scoop! Not to be outdone, The Outhouse can exclusively reveal that Batman and Superman will be featured in the event in some way. If not directly, perhaps other characters will mention them, like "Hey I wish Batman was here," or else characters that have interacted with Batman and or Superman in the past will be featured. In some way, no matter how minor, Batman and Superman will  play a role in this event. You heard it here first.

Additionally, while Rich has told his readers that one DC creator has referred to the event as "a love letter to DC Comics fans." The Outhouse has exclusively learned that the event will be like DC Comics making sweet, sweet love to its fans. DC Comics will lay its fans down by the fire, gently kiss them all over their bodies, and then penetrate their fans slowly, allowing fans to savor each gentle thrust. Again, please remember, friends, you heard it here first.

And while it's Rich Johnston that revealed that Band-Aid will feature "twenty two part stories plus a weekly book running through the two months, totaling 48 books in all," it's The Outhouse that can exclusively tell our readers that each of the books will be printed on paper, and will feature covers by popular artists. Additionally, we are hearing from our sources that some or all of the issues may feature variant covers. Where did you hear this first? Oh ho ho! The Outhouse!

Of course, plans can always change (you heard that here first too!). Stay tuned to The Outhouse, where we will continue to beat Bleeding Cool at their own game of revealing new tidbits of information about Band-Aid every day that are so vague that no matter what happens, we'll later be able to claim that we knew about it first! And please remember that it's at The Outhouse that you first heard about hearing it first from The Outhouse.





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