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Posted: Oct 13th 2010 2:08PM Mr Angry said

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No questions about the recent combat trailer, I figured that Massively should have got some feedback on this, given the overwhelming reaction to the quality of the animations just last week. Why was this overlooked?

Posted: Oct 13th 2010 4:24PM (Unverified) said

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This interview is obviously more of a DCUO lite interview.

Not so much hard questions on game mechanics, which is fine.

Although, I seriously doubt that they won't eventually sell extra character slots.
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Posted: Oct 13th 2010 1:55PM Roscuro987 said

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check out gametrailers.com, they have 3 new video of dcuo chracters creation and 15min of new duco gameplay walkthrough.

Posted: Oct 13th 2010 8:32PM cray said

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There was a time I admired Jim Lee, but that has long passed. He's become nothing but a corporate figurehead. He lost interest in his own company (Wildstorm), which is closing it's doors at end of this year.

He's moved on, and I'm doing the same.

Posted: Oct 14th 2010 2:41AM TheGreatMachine said

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Wildstorm ceased being a company back in the 90s. The imprint is being folded into DC (As is Vertigo.). The books that were still selling will be around.

I can't blame the guy for his waning interest. What would be more interesting for a superhero artist guy than to become a head honcho at one of the big two? He's done everything else in the field.
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Posted: Oct 14th 2010 11:03PM cray said

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DC bought Wildstorm (Jim Lee) and they kept the Wildstorm imprint until this upcoming December. Vertigo never published any Wildstorm material, at least not in America.
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