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The_Swordsman

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puerile

Subj: Re: If one member of the current JSA got their own on-going series…
Posted: Sun Jul 15, 2007 at 10:05:41 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: If one member of the current JSA got their own on-going series…
Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2007 at 08:26:17 pm EDT

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Sandman. I want a modern Sandman Mystery Theatre title under the vertigo label or telling vertigoesque stories featuring Sandy Hawkins.

Doctor Mid-Nite would be a really great choice for a book. His stories seem to write themselves. Power Girl would also be a good choice there are huge parts of her life we don't know about. Wildcat also a great choice. Could have some lighthearted fun.


> 1. Who would you want it to be?
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> 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?
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> For me, the answer is Power Girl in both instances.
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> Sandman. I want a modern Sandman Mystery Theatre title under the vertigo label or telling vertigoesque stories featuring Sandy Hawkins.
>
> Doctor Mid-Nite would be a really great choice for a book. His stories seem to write themselves. Power Girl would also be a good choice there are huge parts of her life we don't know about. Wildcat also a great choice. Could have some lighthearted fun.
>
>
> > 1. Who would you want it to be?
Doctor Mid-Nite hands down. I'd like to see more of Doctor Mid-Nite the hero. We see him enough as the physician.
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> > 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.
> >


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