How To Stop The Reboots.

How To Stop The Reboots.

This is my idea on how to stop reboots...

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By XxBLACKMASKxX - 12/3/2010
The way to stop the reboots is simple, and effective. First you set up the characters in about two movies. Then your free to use certain storylines with the character, without rebooting. So you could set up Batman, and 4 years later use the knightfall storyline, and 8 years after that use the RIP stroryline. It's a universal thing and can be used for all comics heroes. Just set up the hero and what ever secondary heroes there maybe be and/or characters. Then you can have fun rebooting the cast and using different storylines. By doing this a lot of freedom is granted, unlike what the constant rebooting within the last 20 years has done.

Thanks and please comment.

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StrangerX - 12/3/2010, 2:42 PM
Make a good movie the first time would be how I would do it, but that's just me.
xBlaze96x - 12/3/2010, 2:50 PM
yea i dont care for some reboots and others i just hate, but chris nolans reboots were good and there is no need to reboot that so i agree.
cyclopstb - 12/3/2010, 2:51 PM
Good ideas.
TheDarqueOne - 12/3/2010, 3:30 PM
Sorry but I do not understand the point of this extremely tiny Editorial.

Hollywood does not think in long-term ideas because conditions change constantly. To them the Batman we need today is nothing at all like the one we will want in 10 years. Comic fans are teeny, tiny slice of the Audience. They want insane things like a Superman who looks like he did 75 years ago. The general Audience is NOT like that.

I am not a fan of reboots either but any plan to avoid them has to take into account how Hollywood thinks and works. This one does not.
JediJoker515 - 12/3/2010, 6:22 PM
I really can't take this "editorial" seriously because it's only about as long thedarqueone's comment about said "editorial." I get that you want to contribute and all, but you gotta give your editorials more substance.
golden123 - 12/4/2010, 12:26 PM
@Thedarqueone: Your right only a teen tiny bit of the audience are comic fans. In the USA only around 500,000 people read comics. Not all of them even read superhero comics.
OdinsBeard - 12/4/2010, 12:58 PM
retarded.

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