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: Hawkman changes its title to Hawkgirl with
: issue #50 as a part of the publisher’s “One
: Year Later…” event. The series will also be
: getting a creative team change, with Walt
: Simonson coming on board as writer and
: Howard Chaykin joining as penciler (marking
: the first return of both to mainstream,
: ongoing DCU work in years – and the first
: time in years that the two former studio
: mates will be working together).
: Asked how edgy the series would be, it was
: stated that the Hawkgirl series may be
: stronger than some of the softer DCU titles,
: but will be a part of the DC Univer
: What I think: it would suck if Carter died,
: on the upside the creative team sounds good
: and an edgy Hawkgirl could be fun.
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