Not officially, no. I think his identity will be revealed soon.
On another note, I'm still not sure what the endgame is here. Like, where does DC go after this..?
Just seems like a convoluted mess at this point. Hopefully it gets more cohesive as time goes on.
"The Grand Admiral was smart and subtle, but never used his brilliance to show up or humiliate anyone.
He demanded results, but never perfection, and had amazing stores of patience for those who were truly working to their fullest ability.
It was a pity Thrawn's style of leadership hadn't spread through the rest of the navy.
If that happened, he suspected, the Empire would stand forever."
I have a lot to catch up on so far, they release them so often and there are so many titles its impossible to pick. So far I'm sort of caught up on Wonder Woman, but when I get paid I'll probably pick up the Superman, Justice League, and other Nightwing issues. Are the Batman Rebirth stories good?
__________________ "Happiness is a lie. Life is horror. The light is always dying all across the universe. The last star will flicker out someday, when it does, all that remains is shadow. And I will be its king!"'-Amahl Farouk
I haven't read a lot of the Rebirth issues but a few of them were actually quite interesting.
But I am concerned at the sheer number of copycat characters running around these days with DC getting even worse in Rebirth. Marvel is nearly as bad. It seems to be exploding geometrically - I mean can anyone actually recall off the top of their head how many goddamn Supermen/women/girls/boys/kids, Batmen/woman/girls/boys/wings, Green Lanterns, Flashes, Wonder Womans, Spidermen/women/girls, Powergirls etc are currently active now? Last I looked at some issues there were like four different Supermen running around in one issue, preboot Superman sneaking around in another, Luthor Superman, Obama Superman, Chinese Superman, Chinese Batman, Chinese Wonder Woman, yet another Green Lantern, two Lois's, two Wally West Flashes, and about 50 new Flashes. Does every damn character have superpowers now, even Lois and Lana?
I think the current editors and writers need to learn something about maintaining the power of brand recognition. These characters lasted so long because they were iconic and people knew them - not by being diluted to kingdom come so that people don't even know who is who. What's so special about a character when there are a dozen others who all do the same thing?