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Dave

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Sweep Secondhand

Subj: Re: Recent Wildcat Storyline [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri May 09, 2008 at 10:33:20 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Recent Wildcat Storyline [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri May 09, 2008 at 10:13:17 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)

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> > What was the conclusion? I didn't read it...based on sales...few others did either.
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> > > I'm not entirely sure what the conclusion means for Grant's future but this was definitely a cut above the usual Wildcat knocks the hell out of street thugs storyline.
> The Conclusion? He's going to continue to be a crime fighter. Wow!
> What a shocker! Stop the Presses! Next issue...more Wildcat! (yawn.)

Right, any wonder why this title got canned? I am absolutely amazed that a book like JSA: Classified that has such a broad range of characters and material to drawn from could put out such consistantly lack luster stories. Wildcat is one of my favorite characters and even I am sick of seeing him in the book when so many other characters are passed over.

- Sweep

Yeah, I gave up the book long ago, but that doesn't mean I didn't leaf through it hopefully for months after. What I saw was so discouraging I even go over that.

But I gotta point out what was my favorite Classified storyline: Green Lantern vs. Vandal Savage. It was terrific and really made me think for the first time just what a viable character Alan Scott can still be for a solo book. I realize it probably won't happen, but it did wow me.

R.I.P. JSA Classified...a shame you didn't live up to your potential. What were you thinking DC?


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