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Ed Love

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Christian

Subj: Re: JSA Classified #28 - Can You Say GOOD WRITING? [SPOILERS]
Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2007 at 03:01:33 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: JSA Classified #28 - Can You Say GOOD WRITING? [SPOILERS]
Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2007 at 02:55:23 pm EDT

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> Now THIS is what JSA Classified should have been for a while. Check in on a hero we don't see anymore, given him a shiny new logo, and let's get some character development in. No Wildcat the brawler forced to think and no Doctor Mid-Nite divorced from pesky little emotions. Every creator involved in this book needs to be tied up on an ongoing for DC and soon!

See, and thats why I'm a Fabian Niceza fan!
And the art was really good too, just perfect for this story



> > Now THIS is what JSA Classified should have been for a while. Check in on a hero we don't see anymore, given him a shiny new logo, and let's get some character development in. No Wildcat the brawler forced to think and no Doctor Mid-Nite divorced from pesky little emotions. Every creator involved in this book needs to be tied up on an ongoing for DC and soon!
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> See, and thats why I'm a Fabian Niceza fan!
> And the art was really good too, just perfect for this story

If we're going to have SPOILERS marked in the tag, shouldn't there be some information regarding in some way the actual content of the book? Who's the hero? What's the plot?

Although, "Wildcat the brawler forced to think"... he was in college studying to be a doctor before he ran out of funds. And he was a fairly decent detective as a mystery man. He's not stoopid.


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