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Scott

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The Creeper

Subj: Re: Occasional Problem
Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 at 10:33:07 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Occasional Problem
Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 at 09:08:38 am EDT

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> Every once in a while does it bother anyone else that there is supposed to be three surviving members of a team that originated around the time of World War 2? I know Alan Scott internalized teh Starheart and Wildcat had nine lives and Jay Garrick's super-speed somehow has slowed his aging but it just rankles every now and then? I often wish DC hadn't gotten the wrong idea that the multiple Earths were confusing. Than JSA stories wouldn't be tied down so bad.

I can handle the aging thing on Alan, Ted, and Jay's part, but what bugs me is that their wives are still alive...

> I can handle the aging thing on Alan, Ted, and Jay's part, but what bugs me is that their wives are still alive...

Roy Thomas' solution still works for the heroes and the wives.

Scott
"The art in comics is generally better than ever, the writing is often clever and glib, but in spite of that, far too many comics are utterly unreadable. Even hardcore fans find many comics daunting to follow! The craft of comics storytelling is all but lost. A who's who of industry big shots have privately agreed with me when we've discussed exactly this subject, but it's a tough problem to fix, given the often huge egos of the creators, general creative anarchy and lack of trained editorial people." Jim Shooter


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