Live From The DC New 52 Panel... Updating

It’s nice when a Bleeding Cool reader saves you a seat in the front row in front of the big screen. And you are the beneficiaries…

Including Dan DiDio, Eddie Berganza, Bob Harras, Paul Levitz, Paul Cornell, Cliff Chiang and Scott Lodbell…


Dan Didio starts the panel by hearing what scares the crowd about the new 52 and the kind of things that worry the sheep. Everything from throwing away the old stories to reducing female creators. And he’s playing them well, taking opinions without necessarily addressing them… but it feels like he’s listening.

Both Lady Godiva and Vixen will be in Justice League International….

Wonder Woman has lost the pants… they may be retractable.




Paul Cornell describes Demon Knights as The Malificent Seven, shows us the fall of Camelot, in a very messy fashion, as he explores the DC Universe in Medieval times. And the Horsewoman will be Paul Cornell’s Oracle. Oh and in Stormwatch, the superheroes who don’t like superheroes are fighting the moon.

Oh and Paul Levitz just used the word fuck. Wasn’t expecting that.

As to whether Booster Gold will know about the reboot… that will be addressed.

No Wally West plans in the new series, to preserve the uniqueness of Flash in the new series. Despite repeated pressured questions from the floor. Sriously, politicians should get this kind of questioning,

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