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Tanthius

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Lightning Strike

Subj: Hurray, score 1 for Jay. He always gets overlooked. I'd read his solo book :P n/t
Posted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 at 06:40:47 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: If one member of the current JSA got their own on-going series…
Posted: Tue Jul 03, 2007 at 04:50:51 pm EDT

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> 1. Who would you want it to be?

If I was being selfish, I would say Jay. He's one of my favorite DC characters, and I'd absolutely LOVE to see him in his own series. That being said, I don't think DC could sustain two Flash books. \:\-\(

> 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?

> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.

Yeah, you know I think it's time DC gave her a shot. She's only had a mini-series to her credit, so there's a lot of potential there.


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> > 1. Who would you want it to be?
>
> If I was being selfish, I would say Jay. He's one of my favorite DC characters, and I'd absolutely LOVE to see him in his own series. That being said, I don't think DC could sustain two Flash books. \:\-\(
>
> > 2. Aside from your own personal preferences, who do you think could sustain their own series for the longest period of time in terms of sales?
>
> > For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.
>
> Yeah, you know I think it's time DC gave her a shot. She's only had a mini-series to her credit, so there's a lot of potential there.
>
>
> GAMS Member #12
> Make A Wish Foundation
> Jesus Forever
> "Want to see the size of my love?"
> Ascend the winding path outside of Jerusalem.
> Follow the dots of bloody dirt until you crest the hill.
> Before looking up, pause and hear me whisper,
> "This is how much I love you" . . . Jesus on the cross.



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