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  1. for Screentime it says "can instantly Google any fact." I wonder if Marvel is getting sponsored
  2. I wonder if they will explain where she has been all these years
  3. THEY WILL CALL THE TEAM THE SJW Social Justice Warriors
  5. I'd ask why did you not order issue 1 or 2
  6. Picked up over the Weekend. 77 Kenner Chewbacca and White Hair Obi Wan
  7. Dan DiDio is no longer with DC, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. DiDio had served as publisher of DC alongside Jim Lee since 2010, following a six-year stint as VP executive editor, and, prior to that, VP editorial. As publisher, DiDio was one of the main figures behind DC’s 2011 line-wide relaunch “The New 52,” which saw the company provide a contemporary make-over to its entire superhero back catalog. It was initially a sales success, but both sales and buzz faded to the point where 2016’s subsequent line-wide relaunch, under the banner “DC Universe Rebirth,” restored many elements dropped in the reboot. DiDio’s departure comes ahead of an announced further relaunch of the DC comic book universe that would restore even more elements removed as part of the 2011 reboot, as was teased at New York Comic Con last year. While that project has not been officially announced, certain stories that reportedly tie in have been, including DC’s Free Comic Book Day release Generation Zero: Gods Among Us. It’s unclear at this point if plans for this relaunch will be delayed or cancelled in the wake of this news. Throughout his tenure at DC, DiDio has worked as a writer on multiple properties, including The Phantom Stranger, The Outsiders and Sideways. At time of writing, his Metal Men mini-series with artist Shane Davis is midway through a projected 12-issue run.
  8. 'Crisis on Infinite Earths': Kevin Smith to Host CW's Arrowverse Aftershow Kevin Smith is returning to the Arrowverse, this time in front of the camera. Smith, who has directed several episodes of Greg Berlanti’s superhero dramas, will host a series of aftershows for The CW’s upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, the network announced via social media. According to the announcement, Smith will host two installments of the “Crisis” aftershow — one after Supergirl‘s episode on Sunday, Dec. 8 (9/8c) and another after The Flash‘s episode on Tuesday, Dec. 10 (9 pm).
  9. I hadn't watched any of the Batwoman and Flash episodes this year. I binged everything this weekend to get ready
  10. 1) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2)Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 3) My Little Pony 4) Professional Wrestling