Justice League of America >> View Thread

Author
emerickman




JLA CLASSIFIED #52
http://www.dccomics.com/comics/?cm=8843
http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Feb08/previews/13th.html
http://p081.ezboard.com/JLA-CLASSIFIED-5054/fsterntalkfrm2.showMessage?topicID=330.topic

Some reactions...

s

p

o

i

l

e

r

s

Beautiful cover. Presumably that's a mixture of sweat&moondirt as opposed to blemishes or freckles on Diana's 'perfect' body. Curious as to what surprise image has next month's cover blanked out. Refreshing story literal context.

Solid action. Solid read. Solid art.

Have to go back and check what happened to Green Arrow and Black Canary.

The unbelievable part was the ludicrous type and range of powers displayed. Understandably they (all?) had precident but all at once here had a deus-ex-machina aspect to them - that surprisingly failed. This Titus almost seems more powerful than Mongul or Doomsday - doubt they will flat out beat him without help as he is one tough cookie!

It would be interesting for someone who has the time/inclination/wisdom to list the various powers used so far; it would probably be a surprisingly long list of (possibly debatable) abilities.

Did not care for the time travel without the treadmill; thought the tech of it was a requirement. Othere may comment here. Has the GL ring circumnavigated the timestream with such accuracy before..

The mentioning of The Power Company and the Menalippe encounter were certainly appreciated as footnotes. Still, not being an expert, it any further pinpointing the placement of this adventure would be even better. It would be neat to note what JLA # WW left prior to the first encounter with Titus.

The 'little sign' was a very funny ploy. The effigy ploy was nasty nice.

The facial shock (not fear!, right) was dramatically evident and enhanced by a forboding smile.









Posted with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 on Windows XP
Roger Stern




>
> Did not care for the time travel without the treadmill; thought the tech of it was a requirement.
>

The cosmic treadmill makes the fine control easier, but Barry Allen first traveled through time without using a treadmill in SHOWCASE #4 ("The Man Who Broke the Time Barrier!" Sept/Oct '56).

>
>Has the GL ring circumnavigated the timestream with such accuracy before..
>

Hal Jordan used his power ring to travel to travel into the future of the 58th Century at least as early as GREEN LANTERN #51(Mar '67).

>
>It would be neat to note what JLA # WW left prior to the first encounter with Titus.
>

Diana resigned from active duty in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #69 (Feb '69).

-- Uncle Rog
(we aim to please)


Posted with Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.12 on Windows XP
emerickman




> >
> > Did not care for the time travel without the treadmill; thought the tech of it was a requirement.
> >
>
> The cosmic treadmill makes the fine control easier, but Barry Allen first traveled through time without using a treadmill in SHOWCASE #4 ("The Man Who Broke the Time Barrier!" Sept/Oct '56).
>
> >
> >Has the GL ring circumnavigated the timestream with such accuracy before..
> >
>
> Hal Jordan used his power ring to travel to travel into the future of the 58th Century at least as early as GREEN LANTERN #51(Mar '67).
>
> >
> >It would be neat to note what JLA # WW left prior to the first encounter with Titus.
> >
>
> Diana resigned from active duty in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #69 (Feb '69).
>
> -- Uncle Rog
> (we aim to please)

Thanks again!








Posted with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 on Windows XP
Gernot




> >
> > Did not care for the time travel without the treadmill; thought the tech of it was a requirement.
> >
>
> The cosmic treadmill makes the fine control easier, but Barry Allen first traveled through time without using a treadmill in SHOWCASE #4 ("The Man Who Broke the Time Barrier!" Sept/Oct '56).
>
> >
> >Has the GL ring circumnavigated the timestream with such accuracy before..
> >
>
> Hal Jordan used his power ring to travel to travel into the future of the 58th Century at least as early as GREEN LANTERN #51(Mar '67).
>
> >
> >It would be neat to note what JLA # WW left prior to the first encounter with Titus.
> >
>
> Diana resigned from active duty in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #69 (Feb '69).
>
> -- Uncle Rog
> (we aim to please)

Green Lantern also did so several times in JLA stories in the past. I remember once when Superman, Batman, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman were transformed into phantoms, GL transported the JLA and satellite into the future.

Roger, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to these boards, sir! I've enjoyed a lot of your work for quite some time, and it IS an honor to have you grace our board with your presence and comments. \:\)

Gernot...

*The Justice League Of America Board

*The Cartoon Board

My MySpace

My YouTube Channel

My Yahoo Clubs!

Superman, Man Of Tomorrow

To Be Continued

Kartoon Klub


Posted with Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 on Windows XP

Alvaro's Comicboards powered by On Topic™ © 2003-2022 Powermad Software