@nappystr8: Here's the thing though. The Golden Age Green Lantern and Flash? They stopped being popular because superheroes stopped being cool after World War II. That's why so many public domain characters were from the Golden Age. They were all forgotten so Hal Jordan and Barry Allen becoming Green Lantern and Flash was no big deal. And their successors? They were better (and still are) than those two in every way. Wally West is a funny guy and had used his speed in ways no speedster ever done before. Plus, his comics were just way better. Kyle Rayner? His constructs were relatable to the reader's imaginations since he created anime-like constructs and cartoon characters. As for John Stewart and Guy Gardner, a Green Lantern Corps was made in the Silver Age so having multiple Lanterns wasn't a big deal.Those All New, All Different Marvel characters? They are all uninspired and do not improve on their respective predecessors at all and were simply made to piss off long-time fans. At least the Hulk was an interesting take on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde plus being the pure rage hero who destroys everything on sight was pretty much unheard of during the 1960s. Jane Foster, Riri, Amadeus Cho, and all these knock-offs are gonna go the way of Eric Masterson and young Tony Stark.