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Scott

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fred

Subj: Re: Earth 2 Speedy
Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2007 at 10:27:42 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Earth 2 Speedy
Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2007 at 02:43:22 am EDT

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When dealing with the E-2 Speedy don't forget that he skipped most of the time between WW2 and present day by being time lost. He'd still be one of the younger heroes.

> When dealing with the E-2 Speedy don't forget that he skipped most of the time between WW2 and present day by being time lost. He'd still be one of the younger heroes.

Which is why I always wondered why he wasn't used in ALL-STAR COMICS in the 70s. He would have been a decent addition to the "Super Squad" of Robin, Power Girl and Star-Spangled Kid or Infinity Inc.

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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