Maybe what I wrote a week or so ago will help folks. Maybe not.
A couple things from that which seem relevant to what's been discussed here:
- In Justice League 6, the Phantom Stranger confronts Pandora about having messed with the timeline ("You rewrote reality"). If his own past had been altered (if he had been moved from one timeline to another) how would he have been aware of this? He must be like Pandora -- outside of the timelines.
- In Justice League 0 (which takes place right after the FCBD issue), the wizard from the tribunal (who also "created" the new Shazam) tells Pandora that she cannot "imprison what has already been unleashed, yet there is still great power contained, and only the strongest of heart or the darkest...can open the box and claim its power...can transform the..." and then he disappears. So Pandora doesn't know who can open the box or what it will do, but it's pretty clear that she wants to know.
As for her death and publications, is it considered an ongoing? I actually thought it was just a mini, but I may be wrong. It's hard to imagine Trinity War ending without her status being permanently changed, though -- even if that change isn't death.
this is the problem with our conversation
There is no such thing as "Outside the timelines" we cannot define what that is
as for the ongoing, yes it is an ongoing, it is titled Pandora: Trinity of Sin, and PS will be renamed as Phantom Stranger: Trinity of Sin
I dont think she will die simply because she really doesnt have an status quo to begin with to change it from there all is just mystery"
It just makes no sense to build up and build up and build up to just end with her dead.
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