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Blue Beetle

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JimJ

Subj: Re: Who would be your first pick from JSA for a solo or duo book?
Posted: Thu Oct 25, 2007 at 08:33:56 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Who would be your first pick from JSA for a solo or duo book?
Posted: Thu Oct 25, 2007 at 09:49:44 am EDT

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> Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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> Who would be your pick?

No question; Mr. Terrific, so long as the guy who's drawing his current story in JSA Classified is not allowed within 100 miles of the book. I could also see a "Tales of Suspense" type book with Mr. Terrific and Citizen Steel, the contrasts between the 2 are so great.
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> > Mine would be Wildcat and it would be a duo book, father and son.
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> No question; Mr. Terrific, so long as the guy who's drawing his current story in JSA Classified is not allowed within 100 miles of the book. I could also see a "Tales of Suspense" type book with Mr. Terrific and Citizen Steel, the contrasts between the 2 are so great.


Hmmm... "Tales of Suspense"... to me the ultimate pair of heroes for that format would be Jay Garrick and Alan Scott. Half a book about Jay, the other half about Alan - that could work, I think.

What's a DC title for books like that? Didn't Hawkman and the Atom share a book back in the Silver Age?

"All-Star Comics" would be a good name.