I hope this isn't too controversial of a subject. If so, let me know.
In Batman: Year One (Earth 31), Selina Kyle is African-American, but not in the rest of the Earth 31 adventures. What gives?
So if Titans was on Netflix is it possible that doom patrol will be on Netflix as well, I am not a fan of DC's streaming service because I prefer to watch it on Netflix and I know that there are people out there who prefer to see these show on Netflix not DC universe.
Also since most of the MCU TV shows got canceled It could be DC's big opportunity to put most of their shows on Netflix.
So what do you think will Doom patrol be on Netflix let me know in the comments below.
So, in the latest ''Shazam!'' story arc so far, Billy's father, C.C. Batson, showed up at the foster home while the Shazam Family is having an adventure in the Magiclands, but he hasn't done anything of note yet, nor do we know why he's showing up now. However, the solicitations for future issues imply he has an important role to play:
* Excerpt of solicitation for issue #4: ''Plus, the shocking ending to issue #1 could up end Billy’s new family…or make it stronger than ever.''
* Solicitation for issue #6: ''Billy Batson finds himself face to face with the one person who could tear apart his family: his father! But when Billy discovers the trouble he’s father is in and the reason he’s sought him out, he’ll have to not only use the power of Shazam to help him, but also fend off the lethal team of Dr. Sivana and Mr. Mind!''
And of course, there's the cryptic solicitation for issue #7: ''“Shazam and the Seven Magiclands” continues as the shocking new member of the Shazam family is revealed! This mystery person will send shock waves through the entire cast!''
Now, the issue #4 solicitation's claim that Billy's father could make the foster family "stronger than ever" is interesting, so I speculate that whatever the reason C.C. has returned to Billy's life for (might be related to Mr. Mind's plot to conquer the Magiclands), Billy's going to end up sharing his power with him, if their familial relationship is intact. After all, "family is what it can be, not what it should be".
We'll know more about what role C.C. Batson may end up having next week, when the fourth issue comes out.
I know I may be opening up some sore wounds, because Lobdell's Superman wasn't well loved by people here. If it was any good, I probably wouldn't be posting this in the first place...
Enough beating around the bush. Scott Lobdell's Superman is one of the most forgettable comics I've ever read. Recently, I was reading some of the Superboy/Supergirl tie-ins to H'el on Earth which made me ask myself, "What the heck happened in Lobdell's run anyway?" I remember up to H'el on Earth, but after that don't remember much.
Does anyone mind filling my gaps?