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Tenzel Kim

In Reply To
Rip Jagger

Subj: Wow [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri Apr 27, 2007 at 03:56:23 pm CDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: JSA Classified #25 - When Did This Start? [SPOILERS]
Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 at 05:06:04 am CDT (Viewed 1 times)

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Well that was interesting. I was reading this comic and I get to the end of the issue and the story actually ends.

Hmmm.

When did this sort of thing start? ;-p

Actually it was most refreshing to find a story that began ran and ended in one issue. Several of the last few two-parters have seemed stretched out a bit and this easily could've been too. It was much more effective as it was.

They should consider doing more of this kind of thing. \:\-\)

And they should change the logo back too. The current little one is a pain in the behind. The Green Lanter logo looks cool, but it's hard to tell what book this is anymore. The JSA logo is all but lost in the design. \>\:\-\(

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> Actually it was most refreshing to find a story that began ran and ended in one issue. Several of the last few two-parters have seemed stretched out a bit and this easily could've been too. It was much more effective as it was.
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> They should consider doing more of this kind of thing. \:\-\)


Not only was it refreshing to see a story that began and ended the same issue but WHAT a story. This story is one of the best "JSA" stories I've read in quite a while. I have to admit I've never been a big fan of decompression so it's great to see someone show how you CAN do a story in one issue and have it be better than most 6-parters. If only we could get more stories like this. A very touching tale with great artwork to boot.

> And they should change the logo back too. The current little one is a pain in the behind. The Green Lanter logo looks cool, but it's hard to tell what book this is anymore. The JSA logo is all but lost in the design. \>\:\-\(

Not sure I agree about this. I actually love the new logo design. This somehow puts the featured character even more in focus and up front tells us that this isn't just JSA fill-in stories that they couldn't find room for elsewhere as it often seems the case with JLA Classified.

Tenz.


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