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Rip Jagger




Well that was interesting. I was reading this comic and I get to the end of the issue and the story actually ends.

Hmmm.

When did this sort of thing start? ;-p

Actually it was most refreshing to find a story that began ran and ended in one issue. Several of the last few two-parters have seemed stretched out a bit and this easily could've been too. It was much more effective as it was.

They should consider doing more of this kind of thing. \:\-\)

And they should change the logo back too. The current little one is a pain in the behind. The Green Lanter logo looks cool, but it's hard to tell what book this is anymore. The JSA logo is all but lost in the design. \>\:\-\(

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Tenzel Kim




> Actually it was most refreshing to find a story that began ran and ended in one issue. Several of the last few two-parters have seemed stretched out a bit and this easily could've been too. It was much more effective as it was.
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> They should consider doing more of this kind of thing. \:\-\)


Not only was it refreshing to see a story that began and ended the same issue but WHAT a story. This story is one of the best "JSA" stories I've read in quite a while. I have to admit I've never been a big fan of decompression so it's great to see someone show how you CAN do a story in one issue and have it be better than most 6-parters. If only we could get more stories like this. A very touching tale with great artwork to boot.

> And they should change the logo back too. The current little one is a pain in the behind. The Green Lanter logo looks cool, but it's hard to tell what book this is anymore. The JSA logo is all but lost in the design. \>\:\-\(

Not sure I agree about this. I actually love the new logo design. This somehow puts the featured character even more in focus and up front tells us that this isn't just JSA fill-in stories that they couldn't find room for elsewhere as it often seems the case with JLA Classified.

Tenz.


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FZ




> Well that was interesting. I was reading this comic and I get to the end of the issue and the story actually ends.
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> Hmmm.
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> When did this sort of thing start? ;-p
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> Actually it was most refreshing to find a story that began ran and ended in one issue. Several of the last few two-parters have seemed stretched out a bit and this easily could've been too. It was much more effective as it was.

Yes, it was good it was only one issue, cause the mid-story moral equivalence talk between Johnny Mimic and Alan Scott almost had me reaching for the vomit bag. What nonsense, 'even the criminals looked up to the superheroes?' Also, Green Lantern asking the Govt to pay for this criminals wife? It's this kind of socio-political nonsense that has turned me off with many comics.
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> They should consider doing more of this kind of thing. \:\-\)
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> And they should change the logo back too. The current little one is a pain in the behind. The Green Lanter logo looks cool, but it's hard to tell what book this is anymore. The JSA logo is all but lost in the design. \>\:\-\(
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