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11. The Question
A Question with a new origin has popped up as part of the Trinity of Sin in the New DCU, but fans miss the heck out of the old school Zen warrior they fell in love with in Denny O'Neil and Denys Cowan's "Question" run from back in the day. There is no reason a modern day Question cannot be magic based -- it's actually kind of cool having the legacy of the Question exist as part of the mystic foundation of the DC Universe. The idea of a mystic detective sounds like just the reboot the character needs to keep his noir roots intact while presenting a New 52 twist on the character. With the return of Ted Kord in the pages of the "Justice League," it sounds like the timing is perfect for a refocus on some of DC's Charlton classics. While it's already been revealed that the new Question isn't Renee Montoya, the possibility still exists that it could be Vic Sage, the first man to pick up the mantle. Whether Sage or a new character, a two-fisted crime-buster or a supernatural being, it's time for a new generation of fans to experience just how cool The Question truly is.