I was, at one time, going to point out that I actually felt a bit sorry for DC, and that my opinion of the reboot had softened a bit after I read a few articles about recent court rules involving Superman. It's actually pretty clear that if something doesn't change on the legal front, Superman may actually be legally required to be rebooted, and predicated upon that thought, I started to understand this entire situation.
But then DC reminded me that they can take any bad situation and make it worse. How can I sum up my feelings upon reading some of the "it's not a reboot reboot ideas?"
First off, let's be positive, shall we? I like Nightwing, and I've not been a fan of Dick as Batman Junior, especially now that Bruce is back. Also, of all of the "not a reboot" Jim Lee costumes I've seen, this one is probably one of the least bothersome to me.
However, one character that did make me say the latter was poor Black Canary, now missing her computer literate buddy Oracle on Birds of Prey.
I wish the artwork was the only thing making me opine that I was Grodd on a brain bashing bender. Just the very title "Justice League Dark" causes me fall into a temporal paradox where me as a child is weeping reading an issue of Justice League Detroit and having a premonition that this won't be the worst Justice League concept ever.
The only thing better would be if every artist that draws John Constantine from now on is directed to make him look like Keanu Reeves. Whoa . . .
Looks like I'm getting more millage out of this picture.