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Sweep Secondhand

Subj: A General JSA / Comic Buying Question
Posted: Tue Jul 01, 2008 at 09:15:21 am EDT

Justice Society is my number one favorite comic and the last one to go if I had to start cutting back on my pull. One thing that irritates me about this comic and DC comics in general is the length of time it takes to tell a story (span of issues) and the completely superfluous filler material we get in between. I grew up reading comics in the 70's when a lot of really good stories were told in 1-2 issues and they moved at an action packed pace. I specifically buy less comic books and avoid new titles because I don't want to waste 10-20 issues getting through 3-4 story arcs if I am lucky only to find out the title is lame. If DC went back to the average story being 1-2 issues I would actually buy more titles and be much more likely to try out new ones. Does anyone else feel the same way? I am just curious if DC might be losing some revenue on this.

- Sweep

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