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Brian




This makes me happy. Course I already own the issues. It's coming out this June.

JSA PRESENTS: STARS AND S.T.R.I.P.E. VOL. 1TP
Writer: Geoff Johns
Artists: Lee Moder and Dan Davis
Collects STARS AND S.T.R.I.P.E. #1-8
$12.99 US, 192 pages


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Talezite




> This makes me happy. Course I already own the issues. It's coming out this June.
>
> JSA PRESENTS: STARS AND S.T.R.I.P.E. VOL. 1TP
> Writer: Geoff Johns
> Artists: Lee Moder and Dan Davis
> Collects STARS AND S.T.R.I.P.E. #1-8
> $12.99 US, 192 pages

When I first read a comic by James Robinson (probably one of my all time favorite writers) it was a graphic novel called the "Golden Age". That said when it was first released it had an elsewords logo on it and it seems like later editions does not?? What gives?? Are these stories now considered to be part of the mainstream DCU??? Just wondering what you all think??? As always good reading to you all.


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Ironing Man




> When I first read a comic by James Robinson (probably one of my all time favorite writers) it was a graphic novel called the "Golden Age". That said when it was first released it had an elsewords logo on it and it seems like later editions does not?? What gives?? Are these stories now considered to be part of the mainstream DCU??? Just wondering what you all think??? As always good reading to you all.

I've noticed this too. I still don't think it's in continuity. It has influenced some stories, but it has yet to be directly referenced.

I really like that graphic novel, but for some reason I wouldn't like it being inserted as official history. Just thinking about it again makes me want to read it.


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Shade




> > When I first read a comic by James Robinson (probably one of my all time favorite writers) it was a graphic novel called the "Golden Age". That said when it was first released it had an elsewords logo on it and it seems like later editions does not?? What gives?? Are these stories now considered to be part of the mainstream DCU??? Just wondering what you all think??? As always good reading to you all.
>
> I've noticed this too. I still don't think it's in continuity. It has influenced some stories, but it has yet to be directly referenced.
>
> I really like that graphic novel, but for some reason I wouldn't like it being inserted as official history. Just thinking about it again makes me want to read it.

I think it's just later releases don't have the Elseworlds logo because Elseworlds no longer exsists. DC dropped the imprint.


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Talezite




> > > When I first read a comic by James Robinson (probably one of my all time favorite writers) it was a graphic novel called the "Golden Age". That said when it was first released it had an elsewords logo on it and it seems like later editions does not?? What gives?? Are these stories now considered to be part of the mainstream DCU??? Just wondering what you all think??? As always good reading to you all.
> >
> > I've noticed this too. I still don't think it's in continuity. It has influenced some stories, but it has yet to be directly referenced.
> >
> > I really like that graphic novel, but for some reason I wouldn't like it being inserted as official history. Just thinking about it again makes me want to read it.
>
> I think it's just later releases don't have the Elseworlds logo because Elseworlds no longer exsists. DC dropped the imprint.


Thats interesting I did not know DC dropped the imprint of Elseworlds and thats a shame because to me they were good stories and good for the long term reader in that the stories were predicated on past continuty. I really liked the first Elsewords...Batman Holy Terror....that was tremendous ;\)


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