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#1 Edited by Ghostodoofus2 (384 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd say DC with all their reboots but I might be wrong. One example of DC's continuity errors is Superman saying that he has raced Barry Allen a few times in The Flash: Rebirth despite the fact that Barry never returned in Post-Crisis until that very storyline.

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#2 Posted by Tethadam (3378 posts) - - Show Bio

Has Marvel ever had a reboot?

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#6 Posted by Ghostodoofus2 (384 posts) - - Show Bio

Bump

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#7 Posted by Mutant1230 (6379 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel. DC reboots every couple decades which cleans up the continuity before it gets too messy. Marvel has had the same one running for 60+ years and only sustain it through heavy retcons.

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#8 Posted by Magian (151217 posts) - - Show Bio

DC reboots every couple decades which cleans up the continuity before it gets too messy.

Well that's rather debatable really. Since most of these reboots are not complete ones and still allow things from before to be in the new continuity, trying to work those into the new continuity leads to a lot of messes, rewritings etc.

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#9 Edited by Supermanthor (16200 posts) - - Show Bio

Anad marvel solos

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#10 Posted by kgb725 (18385 posts) - - Show Bio

Might be DC. They do reboot but also cram as much as possible

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#11 Posted by ANTHP2000 (25763 posts) - - Show Bio

At least DC reboots a lot... 616 Marvel earth is full of abnormal continuity errors and they won't reboot at all.

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#12 Posted by KrleAvenger (26252 posts) - - Show Bio

@ghostodoofus2: That is not continuity error tho. And if you were to call it that way, it is not like the other ones. Simply put, a lot of events that happened Pre-Crisis are still in some way canon to Post-Crisis. Some are obviously retconned and some are completely erased, but some still count. Most of Barry's history and events Pre-Crisis remained canon, and that also applies to his races with Superman. It may be a continuity error in a way but at least it still has an explanation.

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#13 Posted by TheIncredibleSuperHulk8642 (4463 posts) - - Show Bio

DC

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#14 Posted by Doom_Phd (1503 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel as mention already they don’t reboot and with the constant changing of writers over decades will lead to plenty of continuity errors which is why the do a ton of retconn

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#15 Posted by wacko_from_waco (235 posts) - - Show Bio

DC

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#16 Edited by Mister_Surreal (9075 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel by a long shot. DC is actually really good at keeping up with the continuity. They rarely makes errors and only change the continuity when they want to. Also, reboots don’t equal continuity errors. They actually fix the continuity by creating a whole new one.

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#17 Posted by Ghostodoofus2 (384 posts) - - Show Bio

@krleavenger: Fair enough. What about Barry Allen being shown in the same afterlife as Jason Todd in Green Arrow: Quiver? It's inconsistent with Geoff Johns's explanation that he was trapped in the speed force.

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#18 Posted by Reactor (4328 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel, tremendously so

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#19 Posted by Fabricolage (1884 posts) - - Show Bio

Maybe Marvel.

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#20 Posted by KrleAvenger (26252 posts) - - Show Bio

@ghostodoofus2: I guess that's just an inconsistency between regular afterlife and dead Speedsters in Speed Force. Sometimes speedsters who die and are sent to the Speed Force are often seen in regular afterlife.

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#21 Edited by Yassassin (7643 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel by simple virtue of its sliding time line and lack of reboots.