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Jon Walker

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little kon-el

Subj: Re: Wasn't Infinity Inc. made ineffectual after Crisis?
Posted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 at 02:15:07 pm EST (Viewed 3 times)
Reply Subj: Wasn't Infinity Inc. made ineffectual after Crisis?
Posted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 at 11:08:53 am EST (Viewed 2 times)

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Since we only had one Earth, wasn't the steam taken out of Infinity Inc? I mean, the JLA is considered the inheritors of the JSA's legacy post-crisis, so it makes the Infinity Inc stories seems a bit dated. In the original story, the JSA was the only team that these kids could join. Post-Crisis, many of these kids could've just joined the JLA (which would make an awesome story, btw) or formed their own group right away rather than joining the JSA.

I'd actually like to see a story where J'onn breaks up the JLA after the alien invasion, but then decides to sign up the JSA kids to be the new JLA. That would've made an awesome story.

- little kon-el

> Since we only had one Earth, wasn't the steam taken out of Infinity Inc? I mean, the JLA is considered the inheritors of the JSA's legacy post-crisis, so it makes the Infinity Inc stories seems a bit dated. In the original story, the JSA was the only team that these kids could join. Post-Crisis, many of these kids could've just joined the JLA (which would make an awesome story, btw) or formed their own group right away rather than joining the JSA.
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But I think the story could have still been that they wanted to join the team their parents had founded. Of course, with the many revisions post-Crisis I don't even think the JSA was active then, so their legacies should have just been able to form their own JSA team.

One of the problems of having a rolling timeline for all other heroes but keeping the JSA roots in the 1940's. When Infinity Inc. first came out the JSA'ers were in their 60's so they could still be at least semi-active.

> I'd actually like to see a story where J'onn breaks up the JLA after the alien invasion, but then decides to sign up the JSA kids to be the new JLA. That would've made an awesome story.
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It would make more sense in the post-Crisis world for that to have happened rather than have a separate team. Personally, I liked them the way they were pre-crisis on different worlds. Of course, they never checked with me before merging the earths... ;\-\)

Jon


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