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Superman's Pal

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TJ Burns

Subj: Re: What's the difference?
Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 at 07:32:17 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: What's the difference?
Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 at 01:03:00 pm EST

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> If anyone can nutshell it, what's the difference between "Starro the Conqueror" and "The Star Conqueror?" They're both giant alien starfish who control peoples' minds right?
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> Isn't Starro the one who's been showing up in recent years such as in the Human Defense Corps, and currently in JLofA (or at least his Starlings or whatever they're called)?

Just FYI, Starro didn't actually appear in Human Defense Corps. Just a simulation of him as part of the government's training project of what to do in case of Starro attack. \:\)

Oddly, this means his last appearance was JLE, doesn't it? He was defeated there by being frozen solid by Ice while on J'onn's head. \:\)


TJB

> > Isn't Starro the one who's been showing up in recent years such as in the Human Defense Corps, and currently in JLofA (or at least his Starlings or whatever they're called)?

Correcting myself ... Starlings are Evil Star's little guys right? Starro doesn't really have a name for his starfish does he?

> Just FYI, Starro didn't actually appear in Human Defense Corps. Just a simulation of him as part of the government's training project of what to do in case of Starro attack. \:\)

I thought it was the real deal but I'll take your word on that. Though Gail Simone did use those microscopic Starros in her JLA: Classified arc.

> Oddly, this means his last appearance was JLE, doesn't it? He was defeated there by being frozen solid by Ice while on J'onn's head. \:\)

So the one that appeared in JLA/Avengers must have been the Star Conqueror?





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