Ha. See what I did there? Yeah, it was dumb. I didn't have time favorite for a super-witty title, as I was in Tibet changing the oil in some lamps at a Monastery.
After buying a physical and digital copy of DC's Rebirth (and reading them both), I am happy that report that it was outstanding! As a critic of certain elements of the New 52, this old fan is excited about the direction. Execution is everything, and seeing the return of a major player (as well as the addition of an interesting protagonist) was just fun.
Comics should be fun, right? I've read a lot of reviews and a lot of fan chatter in relation to Rebirth, and the Internet is a great reminder that you can't please everyone.
This is an exciting time for DC, as they are focusing on the legacy of their impressive stable of characters. It is really an exciting time for comics, in general, really. Between the big 2, and all the independent companies, there is an incredibly diverse selection of comics on a variety of platforms. With a lot of press and industry focus on Marvel and DC, there are so many other cool choices out there, too. I encourage anyone reading to pick up something new.
In the 90's (1990's, I was not collecting comics in the 1890's), it was extremely rare if I went outside of DC or Marvel. Dark Horse and a little Valiant was pretty much it, as well as the new kid on the block, Image Comics. Today, there are a lot of new creators and companies trying to get their work out there for us to enjoy.
Soon I will be talking about a lot of cool stuff that falls outside of "Big Comics", and I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I do.
Rebirth gets 5 out of 5 Wally/Barry hugs.