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Blue Beetle




Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.

Who would be your pick?






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TJ Burns




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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Hawkman. (Thus surprising nobody.) I'd actually use some of newbie JSAers in it, like Citizen Steel and the new Mr. America as well. \:\)


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fred




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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I'd like to see Rucka do a Terrific book after Checkmate is cancelled but I also am a little nostalgiac about split books. If MT had to share with another JSAer I'd go with Stargirl. She would bring in some sales and I like reading stories about young heroes learning the ropes.


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BaldurMight




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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i would definately read a book about a blind-superhero doctor, the novelty alone would make it worth a look. characters whose solos i would read also include hawkman, green lantern, power girl, hourman/liberty bell, and probably a sandman comic.


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JimJ




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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No question; Mr. Terrific, so long as the guy who's drawing his current story in JSA Classified is not allowed within 100 miles of the book. I could also see a "Tales of Suspense" type book with Mr. Terrific and Citizen Steel, the contrasts between the 2 are so great.
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Talezite




> > Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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I would also pick Wildcat. I think Ted is a great character with a rich history and there are plenty of Wildcat stories yet untold. I would go with an Untold stories of Wildcat kinda theme and show how his presence and abilty to teach heroes how to fight has impacted the DCU. I like the idea with his son being there as well.


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Blue Beetle




> i would definately read a book about a blind-superhero doctor, the novelty alone would make it worth a look.


I enjoyed the mini that came out a few years ago. I'm guessing it didn't sell very well, unfortunately. \:'\(


> characters whose solos i would read also include hawkman, green lantern, power girl, hourman/liberty bell, and probably a sandman comic.


Hourman/Liberty Belle would be my second choice after Wildcat. I would love the opportunity to purchase both comics.




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Blue Beetle




> > Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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Hmmm... "Tales of Suspense"... to me the ultimate pair of heroes for that format would be Jay Garrick and Alan Scott. Half a book about Jay, the other half about Alan - that could work, I think.

What's a DC title for books like that? Didn't Hawkman and the Atom share a book back in the Silver Age?

"All-Star Comics" would be a good name.





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J.H.




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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The only good stories in JSA Classified belonged to Dr. Mid-Nite. I'd read a solo book with him anytime. As long as Johns doesn't write it. He's ruined too many JSA characters.
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Uninvited Guest




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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"Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
(by Joker, from The Killing Joke).


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Blue Beetle




> > Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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> "Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
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Uninvited Guest




...I have others too, featuring other characters.
By the way, here's one with Dr Mid-Nite.



"Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
(by Joker, from The Killing Joke).


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zvelf




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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For a duo book, Dr. Mid-Nite and Mr. Terrific would be pretty cool, emphasizing using smarts instead of brute force to solve problems.



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Christian




> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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Stargirl
WIldcat
Black canary
Powergirl
Hourman/Liberty belle


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Racer Cool




Hear the samerumor that Power Girl was getting her own series. Depending on the creative team, I would get it.

Starman/Thom Kallor would be another character that I would n't seeing in an ongoing series.


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