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Matt

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ChrisBechtloff

Subj: Re: To those who dislike James Robinson's writing: What don't you like?
Posted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 at 08:26:41 pm EST (Viewed 591 times)
Reply Subj: To those who dislike James Robinson's writing: What don't you like?
Posted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 at 06:41:15 pm EST (Viewed 621 times)

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I find myself disliking Robinson's JLA. And yet on paper I shouldnt. For the most part I find the line up interesting (could do without the oarnge monkey tho). I love Mark Bagleys art. I love Dick as Batman. I love the CSA. I love the Tangent universe Green Lantern. And yet I havnt really enjoyed this book since Robinson took over. But I can't quite put my finger on why. I know a lot of people on this board have been hard on Robinson. So what exactly do you thing is wrong or missing in his writing. Because I am generally enjoying the concepts and hating the execution.

Well, I believe that people question his choice of heroes to make up the line-up, and the fact that (with the exception of Dick) they are currently made up of B-list characters.

Also, some would question the limited use he had for heroes like Hal Jordan, Black Canary, Starfire, and Cyborg. They worked together with the other heroes for one story then left.

What bothers me personally, is that Robinson had other well-known heroes that were up for grabs to use in the book, but he didn't bother using them (Who would pick Jesse Quick over Wally West???)

That's just me, though. Others may think differently.


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