This is an audacious book, to say the least. A direct sequel to the biggest crossover in the DC continuity, twenty years later. Once again bringing every meta human in the universe together to battle a universal threat.
Keep in mind that some of the stuff that was marketed towards you when you were a kid had a Periphery Hatedom at the time, and the kids who love a kid-oriented work with a Periphery Hatedom may grow up to become the adults who hate some new kid-oriented work, while still viewing the stuff they themselves enjoyed as kids as pure quality.
When an element of canonicity is removed from the canon of its work by those who write it. There are numerous reasons why this can happen. It can be an uncomfortable case of Old Shame, Misaimed Fandom, or Unfortunate Implications for the writers.
Written by Austin Greenameyer With Comic Con coming up and a whole slew of news likely coming from all fronts DC and Marvel, I was surprised and excited to learn that a franchise I hold very dear has a panel in the famed Hall H, Glass.