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    Reviews - DC Comics - The New 52 FCBD Special Edition - #1

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Nice Teaser for a Story I Don't Think Interests Me - minlshaw
I was entirely oblivious to the appearances of Pandora in the four #1s I've read, but thanks to online discussions she came to my attention regardless. I'll be honest: I have little interest in the forthcoming "Trinity War." Despite how admittedly neat it was to have a four-page foldout at the end, it still amounts to a rehash of the everyone-has-to-band-together-to-fight-everyone-because-everything-is-really-at-stake-no-we-mean-it-this-time mess that bores the hell out of me. Still, I found myself quickly interested in Pandora herself and I may take a look at it just to see if there's enough character stuff about her to make it worth my while.

As for whether the "Trinity War" is just a gimmick designed to make yet more changes to the DCU timeline, I frankly don't care. I just want Batgirl and Detective Comics to continue rocking my socks off each month and I want Batwoman to consistently play to its potential. As long as the stories are interesting, I don't much care what continuity is in place.




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