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Echo

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Racer Cool

Subj: Re: No, but JLDetroit is the worst ever.
Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2008 at 04:46:35 pm EST
Reply Subj: No, but JLDetroit is the worst ever.
Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2008 at 01:59:44 pm EST

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> I was very disappointed with the Meltzer's run in this title. And the McDuffye's work is not better so far...

I have to disagree with you. Both Meltzer and McDuffie's runs are pretty good but they can't beat Grant Morrison's theratical run and the comedic antics of the Giffen/DeMatteis run.

The worst volume is the period of the JLDetroit era. DC made a bad decision to transform the World's Greatest Super-Heroes into a poor man's DC version of the X-Men. I left the series when Superman, Wonder Woman and Flash called it quits.

The second worst is the period post-Death of Superman. All three Justice League books at the time were splintered and lacked focus. Got even worse post-Zero Hour. I left the series after Dan Jurgen's run.

I'm satisified. Although, Meltzer's JLA reads way better as a graphic novel than a monthly comicbook series.

> > I was very disappointed with the Meltzer's run in this title. And the McDuffye's work is not better so far...
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> I have to disagree with you. Both Meltzer and McDuffie's runs are pretty good but they can't beat Grant Morrison's theratical run and the comedic antics of the Giffen/DeMatteis run.


I have to agree that Morrison's run was fun and the best i ever read, McDuffie's run just started so i am waiting patiently to see what he does with the team and the cross overs are not helping me. Meltzer run is a waste of time. Nothing interesting happened.


> I'm satisified. Although, Meltzer's JLA reads way better as a graphic novel than a monthly comicbook series.

That's why he should stick to writing books not COMIC books! I buy comic books not Books!

Echo