| > They have been a for quite awhile. My first experience with them was the OK Force Works series from the mid-90's.|
> They struck critical gold when they took over the Legion of Superhero line in 1999-2000. They wrote both Legion and Legionaires for a few issues b4 a relaunch. The book became Legion Lost for 12 issues then The Legion and featured the Zero Hour Legion. All of it is highly recommended! Oliver Coipel became in demand from his work here.
What exactly does "struck critical gold" mean? And why did you use the acronym "DnA" instead of using their actual names?
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> Now they basically run Marvel's cosmic books. Both Guardians of the Glaxay and Nova are trendy faves. And they were architects for Marvels Annhiliation and War of Kings Events.
Neither of those books interest me.
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> Like I said, If they got their hands on FF they would become superstars!