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crystalgalstef




Okay, so X-men has Claremont & Byrne, Thor has Walt Simonson, Hulk has Peter David...is there a consensus as to the definitive writer or writer/artist team for Spider-Man?? If not, who would you nominate?

Stef


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crystalgalstef




Sorry, I meant to ask about JLA!

> Okay, so X-men has Claremont & Byrne, Thor has Walt Simonson, Hulk has Peter David...is there a consensus as to the definitive writer or writer/artist team for JLA?? If not, who would you nominate?
>
> Stef


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mantech2003




> Sorry, I meant to ask about JLA!
>
> > Okay, so X-men has Claremont & Byrne, Thor has Walt Simonson, Hulk has Peter David...is there a consensus as to the definitive writer or writer/artist team for JLA?? If not, who would you nominate?
> >
> > Stef

well I am only qualified to answer base on what I know so my answers are a tie between -

1. Giffen/JM Matt/Maguire

and

2. Morrison/Potter

I prefer the Giffen era but understand that they aren't the classic membership.


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Scott




> is there a consensus as to the definitive writer or writer/artist team for JLA?? If not, who would you nominate?

Gerry Conway and Dick Dillin.

Scott
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Zazu




> > Sorry, I meant to ask about JLA!
> >
> > > Okay, so X-men has Claremont & Byrne, Thor has Walt Simonson, Hulk has Peter David...is there a consensus as to the definitive writer or writer/artist team for JLA?? If not, who would you nominate?
> > >
> > > Stef
>
> well I am only qualified to answer base on what I know so my answers are a tie between -
>
> 1. Giffen/JM Matt/Maguire
>
> and
>
> 2. Morrison/Potter

You mean Porter. Potter is a wizard. ;-p
>
> I prefer the Giffen era but understand that they aren't the classic membership.


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Peter Svensson




Gerry Conway and George Perez. How can there be any doubt?

Peter Svensson


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Ronin & Sentry are cool




> Sorry, I meant to ask about JLA!
>


Seems like Gardner Fox and (pick an artist) would have to be on the short list.

But I'll say this too. The current writer (Brad Meltzer) is good enough to keep me reading, which many other writers weren't.

Two other writers that some are mentioning are also on my personal list - Conway and DeMatteis.



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Gernot




> Sorry, I meant to ask about JLA!
>

I'd go with Steve Englehart and Dick Dillin. \:\)

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Scott




> I'd go with Steve Englehart and Dick Dillin. \:\)

A great choice. But like the excellent Conway/Perez run it was way too short of a run. Maybe if we could have gotten another year out of Englehart.

Scott
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Racer Cool




Who cares about Spider-Man! This is the JLA Board! Not the Spider-Man Board!


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Scott




> Who cares about Spider-Man! This is the JLA Board! Not the Spider-Man Board!

He corrected himself. http://www.comicboards.com/jla/view.php?rpl=070626070203

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Gernot




> > I'd go with Steve Englehart and Dick Dillin. \:\)
>
> A great choice. But like the excellent Conway/Perez run it was way too short of a run. Maybe if we could have gotten another year out of Englehart.
>

Those were BOTH wonderfully creative runs, dealing with the REAL Justice League!

:D

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sonofzeus




The only era I bought straight through was Giffen/Maguire. So I'd have to say that. I agree with Scott that the Perez run was too short to qualify as an 'era.'


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Scott




> I agree with Scott that the Perez run was too short to qualify as an 'era.'

Ten full issues (#183-186, 192-197) and a framing sequence in issue #200. But Perez did provide a number of beautiful covers for JLA.

Scott
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Commander Benson




Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky.

It stopped being the Justice League for me after JLA # 63 (Jun., 1968).



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Ronin & Sentry are cool




> Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky.
>
> It stopped being the Justice League for me after JLA # 63 (Jun., 1968).


Did you stop reading it? Or just view it as something other than what it used to be?




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Commander Benson




"Or just view it as something other than what it used to be?"

That's the one.


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