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By injuring them they could be taken out of commission for a while, instead of dying. An example is; if Hal Jordan looses his ring and falls from a hundred feet up, breaking all of his bones but surviving. Then I know that Hal isn't going to be Green Lantern for a while but I know that he will be back, and I won't have to wait for another Green Lantern: Rebirth. It could also mean that a sidekick or co-star could take the lead in the book while the former star is in the background, trying to recover or offering support.

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Blackest Night all the way.

I have picked up every issue and tie-in that has gone along with this. Although most of the tie-ins are all pretty similar, most of them are rather enjoyable. Dark Reign doesn't compare IMO.

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Superhero

Other than Y: the last man, Sandman, and the Crow. I really havn't been into a genre other than superheroes.

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