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I own both of these lovely items, the latest one being the Cover Girl’s statue. The statue is surprisingly lighter than the chess piece.
If he was still the son of Oliver Queen (who did originally exist on Earth-2), actually resembled the character from the post-Crisis continuity (as opposed to a Roy Harper look-a-like), and the JSA members were still old enough to have adult children, I think he would fit in quite nicely.
That being said, I honestly wouldn’t be interested in a New 52 Infinity Inc series. Outside of the second generation Trinity (Huntress, Power Girl, Fury) who were also members, none of the original cast members are in existence. There’s really no point in having an Infinity Inc if the members are not comprised of the children of the JSA members. We still don’t even have a Justice Society as we speak.
Looks like we’re not getting Batman/Superman #9 for yet another week.
Assuming this doesn’t get delayed a fifth time, it looks like this one’s coming out 23 April.
(Honestly it’s kind of pointless now since Worlds’ Finest #22 already came out this week. At least the Jae Lee art would still be good for photosets).
Issue #22 picks up right after the crossover event.
You can however read the 8-page ‘Huntress Year One’ flashback story in the middle of the issue since it only details a Helena Wayne’s official outing as the Huntress. No details from the crossover bleed into that story.
Also, Helena cut her hair short for her first year as the Huntress (allusion to the Birds of Prey Huntress played by Ashley Scott?) and we see the first version of her Huntress costume before it evolves into the version we see now.
You also can’t go wrong with Yildiray Cinar art for the Huntress flashback story. (Honestly, I wish he would’ve drawn the whole issue. No offence to RB Silva, but Cinar has a better handle on anatomy and his art looks better in general).
SELF REMEDY | Helena Wayne's father had interesting stories to tell.
As a side note, at least Bob Kane knew about residual gunpowder as an indicator of a gun fired at point blank range.
Good thing DNA profiling didn’t arrive until 1986 or Bruce Wayne dripping blood in Dr. Death’s home would have outed him as Batman!
Also worth mentioning, in real life, your body goes into shock upon being shot, which means Bruce would have struggled to get down from that building. In real life he would have gotten light-headed and would started feeling cold from the blood loss. He would’ve especially gotten nauseous and sick attempting to do any rigorous physical activity in that condition!