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TJ Burns

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MattS80

Subj: Unless you're a Wonder Woman fan. :)
Posted: Mon May 05, 2008 at 03:22:43 pm CDT
Reply Subj: Re: Are Those Stories Worth Buying? Thanks. NT.
Posted: Mon May 05, 2008 at 10:33:36 am CDT

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> > > Can anyone help me out here? What issues did
> > >
> > > # Proessor Ivo and T.O Morrow reform from villany, befriend the JLA, and end up as Skid Row alcoholics?
> >
> > This didn't happen simultaneously. T.O. Morrow showed up drunk to warn Max Lord about the second coming of the Overmaster
> JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA #87 (April 1994)
>
> >Ivo DIDN'T actually do the alcoholic turn until he teamed up with Morrow in JLA (Morrison run) #5, but he did reform after Ice cured him with Guy Gardner's ring in a Justice League Quarterly issue.
> JUSTICE LEAGUE QUATERLY #5 (Winter 1991)
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> > Interestingly, Amos Fortune ALSO turned up as a skid row drunk in JLE not long before T.O. Morrow's appearance. His came from good old fashioned bad luck until he pulled a typical scheme of his to get back on top, that ended up causing a Chaos Theory amount of catastrophy to others near him.
> JUSTICE LEAGUE EUROPE #43-44 (October-November 1992)
>
> > > # The Red Tornado died originally didn't he? Was he created to die, and then brought back?
> > Yeah, in his first appearance, basically.
> Actually, Reddy was just stunned in his first appearance, not killed. He died no less than three times after that, though:
> At the hand of the Nebula Man: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102 (October 1972)
> At the hands of Nekron: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #129 (April 1976)
> And at the hands of the Anti-Monitor's machinations during CRISIS ON INFINITES EARTHS, shortly thereafter being reborn as an Air Elemental.
>
> > > # The Key go into a coma before his appearance in Grant Morrison's JLA run?
> > Not on panel, he doesn't. \:\) The coma explains why he hadn't showed up for years, and to explain his new powers in that issue.
> Last appearance before that was JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA # 191 (June 1981) where he reactivates Amazo.
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> /ola


I loved them all, but Wonder Woman's characterization during the Overmaster cycle completely turned me off the character for years.


TJB


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