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Kevin_MacTaggert wrote:I'm all in, for one, with separate supplements for the key sites. My offline group likes maps and miniatures, as I carried that with me from Fantasy gaming, so, anything MnM can offer would be appreciated. Since Green Ronin has the license, why not go crazy with material, in the same way TSR presented Marvel material for Classic Marvel SuperHeroes ( The ' Heroes and Villains ' books are but a small fraction of characters compared to TSR's ' Handbooks ' ) ?
kurtoogle wrote:I would love to see places like Arkham Asylum, Blackgate Prison, the Daily Planet, STAR LABs, Cadmus, and other notable locations along with some of the notable people associated with it. I'd love to see recurring alien races, planets, and spaceships from the DC Manhunter story arc (the Khund, Dominators, Durlans & Thangarians), Crisis (shadows & qwardians) and the Legion of Super Heroes. Characters, creatures and equipment from settings like Prehistoric, Medieval, Western and Futuristic would be wonderful. Like many other people posting on this list I would love to see the LEGION characters, as well as Wotan.
As much as I love the Zoo Crew, I would love to see it released as a pdf, just for fun, along with other wacky characters.
Yes, yes and Yes but how many maps and location maps they have might be limited, as we can find resources on the web, like gotham city. Please don't eat up a page with a crappy or lesser gotham city map when I can find one on the web. Instead GR is better to have links on the free resources for those who want to find a map.
We won't see a DC atlas style so more than likely we'll see an entry about arkham asylum as a key location in Gotham under Gotham rather than a detailed breakdown. Not enough room in the book, but again, a good link would be highly useful.
greycrusader wrote:The Atlas has a LOT of material in it, I assure everyone here...including much of what everyone has asked for and unexpected extras as well.
Does it have everything fans have requested? Sadly, no, but the reality is the Atlas is only one book...but realistically these Silver Age stalwarts haven't appeared more than perhaps half-a-dozen times since perhaps 1970. I did manage to sneak in a couple "vintage" heroes and villains however.
All my best.
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