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He still exists and was still made a Green Lantern in the same fashion (apparently), so presumably “Emerald Twilight” still happened, so what about happen, right…? This is why, if I were at DC, I would have argued for either leaving continuity as is or hardcore rebooting it completely, because picking out a thread here and there and then trying to think through what that means for all the stories connected on either end will drive you totally insane…(Also, the way Di Dio presented the decision—“…after further review, there have been no Crisis events in the New DCU”—sure reinforces the perception that “The New 52” was planned out over a long business lunch one day rather than months of careful consideration).—Oh, and that's why Superman is crying in the image above.Above all else, Jetradar is designed to help you compare flights quickly and find unbeatable deals right from your very on mobile device.Whether you're looking for domestic flights, international flights or last minute deals — it doesn't matter. " Arguably a quite good mini-series done by Geoff Johns (whose work can be spotty) and Peter Tomasi (a pretty talented person) this basically was what came after the sometimes good and sometimes dreadful, "Blackest Night," event.I've re-read the event in a trade (the 1st one) and my old comics as when it first came out I just kind of skimmed it instead of reading closely.I zoned out a bit around the 7th issue which finally sort-of explained what the point of the series was. A weekly series (Like the great "52") that didn't actually have the events take place every week (unlike "52"), "Brightest Day," followed some of the characters who seemingly were inexplicably brought back to life at the end of, "Blackest Night," whilst a few other characters who were resurrected kind of did their own thing in separate comics and mini-series.Some of the resurrections were obviously going to happen (Aquaman, Martian Manhunter) a few were out of left-field(Reverse-Flash, Maxwell Lord) and by far the most clever was Deadman, whose whole point of being a character is that he's....well, dead.
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