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Daveym
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Kyle Bastian

Subj: Re: The truth about Justice League of Canada
Posted: Sat Jan 18, 2014 at 07:20:39 am EST (Viewed 194 times)
Reply Subj: Re: The truth about Justice League of Canada
Posted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 at 01:44:46 pm EST (Viewed 9 times)




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    Here are some candidates for future members:



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    +Atom (either Ray or Ryan; he was my first choice ever since Hawkman and Green Arrow were announced; it could bring some nostaglia to the team)
    +Black Canary (just to take Katana's place)
    +Centrix (we really need the Global Guardians in the New 52)
    +Booster Gold (he's Canadian)
    +Blue Beetle (either Ted or Jaime)
    +Captain Atom (this guy needs to make a comeback)
    +Guy Gardner (if Baz is not available)
    +Black Lightning (for diversity's sake)
    +Metamorpho (with Silver Age favorites Adam Strange, Hawkman, Green Arrow, Animal Man, Martian Manhunter, and Supergirl on the team, now is the best time to put him in, too)
    +Captain Steel (to take Vibe's place)
    +Super Chief (same as Black Lightning)



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    Still, I'm super excited about Justice League United.


When Justice League was rebooted in 2011 Ryan Choi was stated to be one of the eventual recruits who would join (presumably) with Element Woman and Firestorm, I'm still waiting.
The Atom really has had a rough time over the last decade and I'm not sure why, the League needs a scientific mind like his and while I can see that Ray Palmer is hard to connect with Ryan Choi was a terrific successor who appealed more directly to the audiences age group and expectation.

But like Ralph Dibny The Atom seems to have gone right out of fashion at DC.



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