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Niddle

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John R

Subj: Re: Justice Society of America #6 - please spoil me! [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 at 08:26:47 pm CDT
Reply Subj: Re: Justice Society of America #6 - please spoil me! [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 at 11:35:47 am CDT

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I noticed that, too -- question is whether a case of poor editing or a new mystery. I hope it's the latter b/c that's interesting and brings back a great character. I miss the Sensor-Girl era LEGION!


> Thanks! Karate Kid being alive becomes even more interesting, since IIRC Jeckie didn't adopt her Sensor Girl persona until after Val died.
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> > > My local shop forgot to pull it for me \:\(
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> > > Thanks in advance!!!!!
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> > We find out who the last member of the Legion to come back is, and it's Sensor Girl.
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> > She creates an illusion of an old SS of SV base that attacks the League and JSA while the Legionnaires escape to try to revive Lightning Lad. I only read through it briefly, but I think that's the gist of it.
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> > -bigtime out.

> > Thanks! Karate Kid being alive becomes even more interesting, since IIRC Jeckie didn't adopt her Sensor Girl persona until after Val died.


> I noticed that, too -- question is whether a case of poor editing or a new mystery. I hope it's the latter b/c that's interesting and brings back a great character. I miss the Sensor-Girl era LEGION!


This doesn't have to be exactly the same as the pre-Crisis Legion, any more than the current version of Superman is the true Silver Age version, or the people we'll find on Earth-2 are truly the Golden Age JSA.

We'll find serious similarities, but a few things could be different.

I'm still curious as to why Thom Kallor is an adult if the others are still teens, and I'm totally out of the loop when it comes to HOW they came back, or when.


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