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Zazu

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howlermouse

Subj: Re: Justice League Detroit (JLA Annual #2)
Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 at 09:00:50 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Justice League Detroit (JLA Annual #2)
Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2007 at 11:41:23 pm EDT

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> I liked Manhunter's increased role with the team and it was the best Aquaman stuff ever. That'll I'll give them credit for.
Aquaman was finally evolving as a character and getting Mera back was handled absolutely amazing. Someone finally expanded on Arthur and it keep me buying the book.
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> Vibe was hard to read and look at. I'm sensitive to his fans, but he was something of a trainwreck of a character, a trendy wannabe who was the Thunderbird of his day. This perhaps tells us what might've happened if they hadn't offed T-Bird in that famous X-comic. He'd just become Vibe. ;\-\)
Great call! In a nutshell even!
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> I really liked Steel though, and I like that he's back today with the JSofA. Sorta'!
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Johns and company are really gonna redeem the legacy of Steel. After what they did with Mr. America it's gonna be short of amazing I bet.

> > I really liked Steel though, and I like that he's back today with the JSofA. Sorta'!
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> Johns and company are really gonna redeem the legacy of Steel. After what they did with Mr. America it's gonna be short of amazing I bet.

You do realize that all Johns did was kill off Mr. America and all his relatives in one short issue, right?


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