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Seyg-El

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Zazu

Subj: Re: JLA 6 - the disappointments begin [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 at 12:39:03 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: JLA 6 - the disappointments begin [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 at 07:36:30 am EST

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> Again, I enjoyed it. If you didn't like it, drop the title. I'm sure you've got other things you can spend you're money on.

Personally, I disagree with the "drop the title if you don't like it" argument. If you're trying something new, then sure, but this is something many of us have been reading all of our lives. Why should someone have to drop the title because of the writing? We love the characters. They've been written well in the past. I don't think there's anything wrong with expecting good, if not great, writing on one of DC's big titles. I have dropped the title in the past for bad writing and/or bad art, but why should I have to do that when it is normally a book I love to read?

> > Again, I enjoyed it. If you didn't like it, drop the title. I'm sure you've got other things you can spend you're money on.
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> Personally, I disagree with the "drop the title if you don't like it" argument. If you're trying something new, then sure, but this is something many of us have been reading all of our lives. Why should someone have to drop the title because of the writing? We love the characters. They've been written well in the past. I don't think there's anything wrong with expecting good, if not great, writing on one of DC's big titles. I have dropped the title in the past for bad writing and/or bad art, but why should I have to do that when it is normally a book I love to read?

I see your point, but why spend money on something you don't really like? If the writing isn't up to par, why not drop the title until the new team comes on?