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Welcome to DCU: Next Generation
you are an older comics reader, you can probably remember the first
time you saw Robin or the pre-Crisis Superboy and thought to yourself, "Gee,
I'd love to be like that. I'd love to be able to hang out with Batman or
fly like Superman."
Or maybe you're a newer or younger reader who first found
the attraction when a certain impulsive speedster teen from the 30th century
escaped to the 20th century with his grandmother? Or maybe it's another character
who grabbed your interest. Possibly the spunky Arrowette, who is willing
to tell off the JLA to their faces. Or perhaps a lesser-known character such
as Anima or Rose Wilson.
of the whos and the whoms, one thing is still sure: young heroes have found
a way to captivate comic book readers all over again, particularly readers
of the DC Comics universe.
So, whomever you are, welcome to DCU: Next Generation, the
premiere website dedicated to following the exploits of those amazing young
heroes of DC Comics!
Hot off the press:
Featured Fan Fic
Girl's Night Out
Sonya Moon knew that her brother Joey would never hit her again. She closed
her fingers around the jade talisman, feeling the grooves cut by a master
craftsman. The fine, strong scales. The long, winding tale. The single, open
eye fixed in an eternal, jeweled stare.
The relic looked just like the One-Eyed Dragon from the stories her grandmother
told her in the darkness of the old lady's living room. She'd been careful
to skip a generation, just as her own grandmother had. And the grandmothers
in succession before that, long before the even her own grandmother could
trace her lineage.
She knew her grandmother wouldn't approve. The stories were to keep the Moon
women afraid of the talisman, not drawn to it. And her mother wouldn't
understand. She always believed Joey's side of the story anyway.
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