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Ed Love

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Scott

Subj: Re: JLA Year One Is Back!
Posted: Tue May 01, 2007 at 07:35:11 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: JLA Year One Is Back!
Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2007 at 09:07:20 am EDT

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> Actually JLA Year ONE has no place after the big three because if you read that maxi series the whole "Superman says 'no' to being a member of the Justice League." has no meaning or explanation to it even if it makes little sense.

Like I said in another post about JLA: YEAR ONE, it can be brought back into continuity, despite all the gaffs Mark Waid included in the story, by any clever writer that wants to do so. The story could still stand and the "Superman says 'no'" can be "erased" from the story.

Scott


> Like I said in another post about JLA: YEAR ONE, it can be brought back into continuity, despite all the gaffs Mark Waid included in the story, by any clever writer that wants to do so. The story could still stand and the "Superman says 'no'" can be "erased" from the story.
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It's hard to say it's back when it didn't ever fit to begin with because of the gaffs. The chief problem I had with those gaffs is that it is to begin with chiefly a continuity tale. It's whole purpose is to be canabalistic/archaeological in nature in that is to be about past continuity (not the same as just being set in the continuity of the past). And the writer is often touted as being one of the biggest authorities on the history and continuity of DC. So, I'm a little more critical of it when it makes continuity mistakes since that's the one thing it should be getting right moreso than any other.

> Scott


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