I have mixed feelings concerning Azarello's Wonder Woman; while I'm heartened to see Diana acting like Wonder Woman again (and nothing like her portrayal in JLA, but that applies to all the JLA characters), I agree what was done to the Amazons is an abomination. While moving Paradise Island away from the concept of a utopia to one that exhibited some Amazonian militarism and xenophobia is all right with me, their turn to the dark side (hidden from Diana) damages the concept badly. Also, WW's origin has been made less unique.
I'm enjoying Aquaman (who was just given a new, post-Brightest Day direction, not a history retcon), some of the Bat-books (looking forward to Batman Inc coming back), liked OMAC (fun, though a little too derivative of Kirby, and a main character who was too much a cipher), Blue Beetle (on the chopping block sady, though at least Jaime Reyes is still basically the same character), and am starting to enjoy Supergirl (giving the book a second look). A few others here and there.
Still, the new DCU seems far less fun and diverse so far. Too much dark and grim storytelling, too many snarling, edgy portrayals of heroes, and a little too much change for "shock value" sake (really-the Martian Manhunter ended up pitted against the JLA, not a founding member? J'onn IS the freakin' JLA in my mind!)
The biggest problem I have is the approach to the reboot (which is NOT a "soft" reboot by any means) is I have not a clue as to most of the characters' pasts (save for those re-started from scratch) or how the shared DCU hangs together. I gave up trying to figure out comic books' ten-year sliding timescales long ago (you just have to go with it) but a five year period trying to encompass all the Bat-and GL-history almost gives me a headache (so I just blink and assume they were actually active for years longer, just in secret). In my mind, Kal was just the first public costumed superhero-which technically DC already concedes, since the Demon Knights and the Shadowpact were active for generations.
All my best.
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