Date: 2011-04-27 07:41 pm (UTC)
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I think I'd still rather have naive wholesome young Jason over a Dixoned one (useful word, that), if only because it'd at least be a refreshing change, you know?

I'm really not sure what kind we'll get... I mean, I'd guess that since the whole point of the series is to be retro, Barr will write a relatively cute, innocent Jason as was his style (and if he wants to give a slight sense of foreshadowing towards his later, more troubled personality that would be awesome, as long as it's done sensitively and with class).

But I'm so worried that DC will swoop in and announce that no one will accept/recognise a Jason who's written that way, and that he should be a snotty problem kid to the MAX! Because that's in character!!!

And maybe they'll even insist on a hair-dying scene and a face full of ripe pimples, because yeah, out of all Jason's image changes that's the one that deserves to stick around. Ugh, comic have made me such a bitter, cynical person... :/
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