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Jeff Harey

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
In Reply To
flint

Subj: Re: All Star Squadron & I Inc
Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 at 09:13:09 pm EST (Viewed 284 times)
Reply Subj: Re: All Star Squadron & I Inc
Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 at 06:37:57 pm EST (Viewed 5 times)


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> > Especially when you consider the whole "legacy" theme for the current JSA title, it might be nice to be reintroduced to the first "new" Wildcat (poor Yolanda) or the person after whom Stargirl patterns her look (did he really go by "Skyman") or the first appearances of Powergirl & Mr. Bones. Donde esta el Carcharro?
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> I'll bet theres some Showcase love in the works for these titles. We'll see.
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> PG first appeared in the 70's relaunch of All-Star Comics (58 I think). Huntress 1st appeared there as well.
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> Infinity Inc....hmmmm. I enjoyed the first year of the book, but it quickly went downhill storywise when McFarlane came on board. Helix is probably the most retarded thing I EVER saw in a comic. Infinity Inc saw first appearances for the current Hourman (Rick Tyler), poor Doctor Midnight (Beth Chapel)& the excellent Mr. Bones (I hope he didn't die in Final Crisis #4. I could be wrong but I think Wildcat II made a quick 1st appearance cameo in an issue of Crisis on Infinite Earths.
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You're correct. She appeared in costume at the end of COIE #6 after visiting an unconscious Ted Grant (he'd been injured in COIE #5) in his apartment.


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