- Jun 11, 2002
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You may shoot this down, but whatever, it's just a thought. I thought it would be a good idea if every ten years or so (preferably at the beginning and end of each decade) DC would have a continuity (which could even be outside of normal continuity) that would have an actual timeline and stories geared around real time elapsing with the characters. It would be an alternative to the endless storylines that go on perpetually each year. This way, they could age the characters correctly each year, and have the sagas of each character (particularly Superman) come to a finite end at the end of the decade resulting in some huge books with different takes on the universe's characters and teams. This wouldn't have to be done using the regular continuity, but it could be a pleasant alternative that could be an event every ten years or so when it starts or finishes, or even when the major villains are introduced again. I was just thinking of this as a way to see as many different takes on the characters I know and love. Any thoughts?