This is why DC reigns supreme in the comic market...they have a sense of legacy and have integrated various hb series with their timelines/alternate earths. I'm wondering if with SCOOB whether or not they'll start referencing the HB properties as DC Comics/Hanna-Barbera productions (it'd make more sense than HB in association with WB that they're currently using as HB's always felt more like a DC thing than a WB if WB's not really caring, come to think of it...they're not even caring about their own characters, The Looney Tunes, Tiny Toons and Animaniacs...it's all on DC Comics these days, maybe DC should be the main company rather than WB.)
Well the specials didn't do too bad in the charts (chart position, title, sales figures)
97 Green Lantern Space Ghost Special 25,149 98 Suicide Squad Banana Splits Special 24,834 126 Adam Strange Future Quest Special 18,134 147 Booster Gold Flintstones Special 15,795
I would say that what DC is doing with the HB titles is a lot better than what WB is doing with them. There again I'm going to guess that it is a lot cheaper and quicker to produce a comic that it is an animated episode hence the risk (i.e. cost) is lower.
The Cap is bad? That's just not right! At least when DC does something dumb they explain the reason behind it as oh "This did happen, but that's because someone that Wally West, Bruce Wayne, Barry Allen, Diana Prince & Clark Kent don't know about yet but are mildly aware of (or in Clark's case paranoid) did it.