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little kon-el

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Zazu

Subj: Re: Black Canary and Dr. Light (JLA 13 Spoiler)
Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2007 at 09:02:26 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Black Canary and Dr. Light (JLA 13 Spoiler)
Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 at 08:10:08 am EDT

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> > What's up with Black Canary yelling at Dr. Light about Sue Dibny? That travesty was retconned into the Satellite League era. I'm sure BC has seen Dr. Light several times since then. If he really did kill her in ID Crisis (as it was originally thought) then BC would've had a reason to yell that, but Jean Loring killed Sue, not Dr. Light. That scene really seemed out of place to me and the editors should have caught it.>
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> Until ID Crisis he didn't actually remember that incident, but afterwards rather enjoyed that memory.

He may not have remembered but Canary did and she could have taken her frustrations out on him any time in past confrontations with him without revealing exactly why she was so angry.
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> The other times Light has been in public with Canary, she didn't fight him at all; so we'd never hear that dialogue.

Do you think she's going to say this everytime she sees him? Seems a little forced and out of place considering the timeline to me.

> > > What's up with Black Canary yelling at Dr. Light about Sue Dibny? That travesty was retconned into the Satellite League era. I'm sure BC has seen Dr. Light several times since then. If he really did kill her in ID Crisis (as it was originally thought) then BC would've had a reason to yell that, but Jean Loring killed Sue, not Dr. Light. That scene really seemed out of place to me and the editors should have caught it.>
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> > Until ID Crisis he didn't actually remember that incident, but afterwards rather enjoyed that memory.
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> He may not have remembered but Canary did and she could have taken her frustrations out on him any time in past confrontations with him without revealing exactly why she was so angry.
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> > The other times Light has been in public with Canary, she didn't fight him at all; so we'd never hear that dialogue.
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> Do you think she's going to say this everytime she sees him? Seems a little forced and out of place considering the timeline to me.

I think part of it is that this is the first time BC can actually say this outloud without fear of undoing the conditioning.

- l.k.