I think it's fine if you don't sperg over the technical definitions of the words. The emotions of the corps are much more than simply the single words given. Willpower is also bravery and sentience (which is perfect for it being the neutral center and core of the emotional spectrum). Love is devotion and passion. Compassion is sacrifice, selflessness, and empathy. Hope is optimism, faith, and renewal. Fear is pessimism, control, sadism. Avarice is selfishness, greed, and gluttony. Rage covers everything from vengeance to violence. If your really look at the corps and not simply take them at name value you can see a whole series (or maybe tones) of emotion within their umbrellas.
This is great. I'm really happy to hear DC is branching out to the other corps for series. Of the other corps I'd most like to see more of Red and the Star Sapphires in their own series, so this is exactly what I wanted.
" ...The problem Pre-COIC was that it was hard to determine which Earth the stories fit in. For example, Batman was doing his own thing, but seeing as Batman was active in Earth-One books and Earth-Two books, they couldn't easily determine which continuity the acts fit in since everything was going on at once. There was no definite continuity, no prime universe, so they destroyed everything and put everything in one universe. Now that they have one, main universe to work in, they can bring back the multiverse because no matter what happens in a Superman book or Wonder Woman book, it takes place in the main universe unless otherwise stated since all of their mainstrays are on the same planet, which wasn't the case pre-COIC. And if they want to do stories with specific characters, like the JLA, acting as if no other superteams are on the planet, they can write stories for Earth-16 and not have anyone confuse them for things taking place on New Earth (the main DCU) or Earth-1 (another New Eaeth counterpart) "
This is a good point I hand't seen brought up before.
It's good to know I basically got the important points of these story arcs.