Originally Posted by Wanderer5
Does Jeannette even exist in the new-52? Cause I really dig her a lot so far.
Yes. She appears in the second series.
Originally Posted by RedHoodedOwl
Dwarfstar deserves to be beneath everyone on this list.
Originally Posted by VanWinkle
I would put Cheshire below Ragdoll and Scandal. But otherwise, good list.
I re-read it all recently, and I personally found Cheshire to be underutilized, but I really liked her as the wildcard. I didn't much care for the pull with Ragdoll at the end having no soul and becoming a prince of Hell, but it does make sense. Throughout the run Ragdoll says and does messed up stuff, and people frequently point it out. Not only that, but he frequently states that he doesn't understand why 90% of stuff that is said and done throughout the series is as messed up as it is. You're never sure if he's ever joking or not, and when you find out he has no soul, everything makes sense. Especially when you consider his pedigree, though my problem is A) it feels like it makes a largely comic relief character suddenly placed into a position of great power as a central messianic figure, and B) it makes the question throughout the series of "nature vs nurture" irrelevant, as he never had control anyways and has no soul and will become the prince of Hell.