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MattS80




Just wondering, what exactly changed about the League post-crisis? I've read VERY few Pre-Crisis issues of the JLA, but from what I heard the only things that changed were some retcons of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman not being members of the JLA. Is there anything else that changed?


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Jeff Harvey




> Just wondering, what exactly changed about the League post-crisis? I've read VERY few Pre-Crisis issues of the JLA, but from what I heard the only things that changed were some retcons of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman not being members of the JLA. Is there anything else that changed?

Batman was a JLA member, just not a founder. Superman was a frequently-used reservist. Wonder Woman didn't appear until years after the JLA was first formed (George Perez re-boot). Black Canary II was founding member. J'onn J'onzz didn't leave Earth for Mars II, nor was the JLA satelite blown up by rogue Martians. Hawkman/Hawkwoman were the JSA members pulling double duty. Hope this helps.


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Scott




> Batman was a JLA member, just not a founder. Superman was a frequently-used reservist. Wonder Woman didn't appear until years after the JLA was first formed (George Perez re-boot). Black Canary II was founding member. J'onn J'onzz didn't leave Earth for Mars II, nor was the JLA satelite blown up by rogue Martians. Hawkman/Hawkwoman were the JSA members pulling double duty. Hope this helps.

And these events have changed again. Wonder Woman is now a founding member again. I wonder if Superman and Batman are too now (again).

Scott


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TJ Burns




> > Batman was a JLA member, just not a founder. Superman was a frequently-used reservist. Wonder Woman didn't appear until years after the JLA was first formed (George Perez re-boot). Black Canary II was founding member. J'onn J'onzz didn't leave Earth for Mars II, nor was the JLA satelite blown up by rogue Martians. Hawkman/Hawkwoman were the JSA members pulling double duty. Hope this helps.
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> And these events have changed again. Wonder Woman is now a founding member again. I wonder if Superman and Batman are too now (again).

JLA #0 confirms it the same time it confirms WW, actually. Now the real question is exactly how Black Canary joined the League. \:\)


TJB


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Scott




> JLA #0 confirms it the same time it confirms WW, actually.

Thanks. I totally forgot that. I think that I even brought that up on the board a few months back.

> Now the real question is exactly how Black Canary joined the League. \:\)

I wonder if it will be one of those passing comments during the upcoming JLA/JSA crossover. I'd like to see her join just like it happened pre-Crisis. Mom decides to leave the JSA after Larry dies, mystical stuff, daughter becomes JLA member. Kind of an updated version of Roy Thomas' explanation about Black Canary II.

Scott


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TJ Burns




> > JLA #0 confirms it the same time it confirms WW, actually.
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> Thanks. I totally forgot that. I think that I even brought that up on the board a few months back.

These things happen, especially since reality changes at DC more often than I check my e-mail. \:\)

> > Now the real question is exactly how Black Canary joined the League. \:\)
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> I wonder if it will be one of those passing comments during the upcoming JLA/JSA crossover. I'd like to see her join just like it happened pre-Crisis. Mom decides to leave the JSA after Larry dies, mystical stuff, daughter becomes JLA member. Kind of an updated version of Roy Thomas' explanation about Black Canary II.

But do we include BC II as a JSA member at that time or not? \:\) That's the sort of detail I'm waiting on. Oh, and when did Mom-BC discover her own radiation poisioning? A Post-IC version of how Hawkman and Hawkwoman joined would be nice too, but probably more than I can expect. (Especially since DC's now actively trying to turn Carter into Katar backgroundwise again, by making him officially a Thanagarian Wingman)


TJB


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Scott




> But do we include BC II as a JSA member at that time or not? \:\) That's the sort of detail I'm waiting on.

I hope not. BC I leaves the JSA for the JLA but then we have the old switcheroo and it's actually BC II who shows up to the JLA.

> A Post-IC version of how Hawkman and Hawkwoman joined would be nice too, but probably more than I can expect. (Especially since DC's now actively trying to turn Carter into Katar backgroundwise again, by making him officially a Thanagarian Wingman)

DC really needs to keep Carter and Katar as two separate characters. 2 separate Earths would help. ;\-\)

Scott


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