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it looks like DC has many heroes as well as the new Justice League not caring about past members -such as the Real Aquaman, the death of Ronnie Raymond (the real firstorm- i mean damn no funeral for him and Sue Dibney gets the freaken twenty gun salute!), the missing Ray Palmer (which I guess we will see in Countdown), and Wally West. SHouldnt they be concerned about these past members? Its like no big deal that Aquaman may be this new mutated guy, and that Wally dissapeared. I really hope that Metzer deals with some of these issues.

p.s. and where the hell is Capt. Atom!! come on already DC stopping hiding him in little mini's!


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Seyg-El




> it looks like DC has many heroes as well as the new Justice League not caring about past members -such as the Real Aquaman, the death of Ronnie Raymond (the real firstorm- i mean damn no funeral for him and Sue Dibney gets the freaken twenty gun salute!), the missing Ray Palmer (which I guess we will see in Countdown), and Wally West. SHouldnt they be concerned about these past members? Its like no big deal that Aquaman may be this new mutated guy, and that Wally dissapeared. I really hope that Metzer deals with some of these issues.
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> p.s. and where the hell is Capt. Atom!! come on already DC stopping hiding him in little mini's!

The point is that those characters will be dealt with in their respective titles. Ray Palmer is going to play a part in Countdown, and more than likely in The All-New Atom, Wally will be dealt with in the Flash when its time, Aquaman has been seen the whole time, and the how and why's are coming soon...

I'd rather see the JLA handle the big challenges in the DCU, and have the fates of past characters be dealt with by their respective corners of said universes...


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Smithville Thunderbolt




> I'd rather see the JLA handle the big challenges in the DCU, and have the fates of past characters be dealt with by their respective corners of said universes...

That might make more sense from an aesthetic standpoint, but there is something to be said for the logic of aquaman's complaint. "Identity Crisis" helped establish that the superhero community was pretty intertwined, so it doesn't make a lot of sense for the heroes to casually dismiss the fates of their comrades without further investigation.


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Scott




> I really hope that Metzer deals with some of these issues.

I don't think that he will. After his 3 issues of the 5-part crossover with JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA, Meltzer only has 2 issues left in his tenure as JLA writer.

And from what I understand the Ray Palmer story will resolve in COUNTDOWN and ALL-NEW ATOM.

Scott


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Rip Jagger




Has it been noted anywhere who is taking over the writing of the team after Meltzer takes off?

If I've read that nugget, I've forgotten about it. :-/

Rip Off


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Scott




> Has it been noted anywhere who is taking over the writing of the team after Meltzer takes off?

Nothing has been announced.

Let the speculation begin! \:\-\)

Scott


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cynical reader




> it looks like DC has many heroes as well as the new Justice League not caring about past members -such as the Real Aquaman, the death of Ronnie Raymond (the real firstorm- i mean damn no funeral for him and Sue Dibney gets the freaken twenty gun salute!), the missing Ray Palmer (which I guess we will see in Countdown), and Wally West. SHouldnt they be concerned about these past members? Its like no big deal that Aquaman may be this new mutated guy, and that Wally dissapeared. I really hope that Metzer deals with some of these issues.
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> p.s. and where the hell is Capt. Atom!! come on already DC stopping hiding him in little mini's!

Last I read Ronnie Raymond is not dead, and I believe they know Wally still exists as well as The Atom and Aquaman. Why there hasn't been an active search to help any of them? Makes logical sense but not comic book sense. Rip Jagger who is the female character on your posting?


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Scott




> Why there hasn't been an active search to help any of them? Makes logical sense but not comic book sense.

The JLA have just re-formed and haven't even had a first mission yet so it makes perfect sense that they haven't searched for these "lost" members.

> Rip Jagger who is the female character on your posting?

Probably would help if you replied to Rip directly instead of aquaman. But to answer your question, she's the Phantom Lady.

Scott


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howlermouse




> > Has it been noted anywhere who is taking over the writing of the team after Meltzer takes off?
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> Nothing has been announced.
>
> Let the speculation begin! \:\-\)


Judd Winick simply because they're old college buddies doing the comics how they wanted them done back in the day.




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Scott




> Judd Winick simply because they're old college buddies doing the comics how they wanted them done back in the day.

I'll drop the title in a heartbeat if this happens.

Scott


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cynical reader




> > Why there hasn't been an active search to help any of them? Makes logical sense but not comic book sense.
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> The JLA have just re-formed and haven't even had a first mission yet so it makes perfect sense that they haven't searched for these "lost" members.
> Yup I know. I'm not talking just the JLA but the Main DC heroes in general. Granted they have been a little busy...

> > Rip Jagger who is the female character on your posting?
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> Probably would help if you replied to Rip directly instead of aquaman. But to answer your question, she's the Phantom Lady.

True, I tend to believe when I'm responding to one I'm responding to all. Never seen Phantom Lady's costume quite like that. Like it better than the green and yellow.
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> Scott


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Scott




> > Probably would help if you replied to Rip directly instead of aquaman. But to answer your question, she's the Phantom Lady.

> True, I tend to believe when I'm responding to one I'm responding to all.

That would be true if we used the UBB format here.

Scott


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TimDog500





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> > p.s. and where the hell is Capt. Atom!! come on already DC stopping hiding him in little mini's!
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> Last I read Ronnie Raymond is not dead, and I believe they know Wally still exists as well as The Atom and Aquaman. Why there hasn't been an active search to help any of them? Makes logical sense but not comic book sense. Rip Jagger who is the female character on your posting?

You're right and wrong about Ronnie Raymond not being dead. At one point Jason came upon his conciousness in the Firestorm Matrix, but then it "disolved" a few issues later after a major battle. But upon mentioning it to one of the STAR Labs techs, or maybe it was Prof Stein. (its been a while since I read the issue in question) they theorised that Ronnies consiousness could still exist.


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