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Hello, Mr. Greg Weisman,
I thought I might want to let you know about this. It's seem kind of funny when I think about it.
It seems that anything DC Comics-related is recently making the strange use of the number 5.
How do I know this? Well, to recap things:
A. Following the events of the DC universe-changing Flashpoint on 2011, it is stated that the age of heroes began FIVE years prior to the present day (which would be about 2006).
B. The first issue of "Earth 2," which was released on May 2012, also took place FIVE years prior to the present day (which is about 2007), and then the rest of the series takes place in the present day.
C. The time-skip between Seasons One and Two of Young Justice was FIVE whole years, a period of time of which whatever happened to our heroes (both old and new) remains mostly a mystery (probably about 90% unsolved by my guesstimate)...
D. Recently, DC Comics has just started a prequel comic for the upcoming video game called "Injustice: Gods Among Us" which will comic out in April. The first chapter (which was released digitally) came out the week prior to the date of this posting (on a Tuesday). The events of the prequel comic happens to take place FIVE years prior to the events of the game.
Does it seem like a coincidence that the number 5 is being used in such a manner by DC Comics?
Thanks for taking the time to read this posting. I'm interested to hear your opinions.
It seems like five is a nice round number for a time skip.