Post by steveinthecity on May 4, 2017 5:49:10 GMT -8
Re: JLA #142 - Weren't the two sets of heroes in separate dimensions or realities? I agree it's kind of hokey on the surface. 60'S- 70's JLA (as much as I liked it) always suffered from the "sum is less than it's parts" imo.
More importantly, why is Green Arrow getting banished? All he does is loose a few arrows...
(and pretend to be Batman).
Doesn't the crowd in front look like several of the JLA in their civilian identities?
I thought the same thing when I saw the military woman there. Then I thought the guy in the middle with glasses looked like Clark Kent. From L to R? Barry Allen, John Jones, Clark Kent, Bruce Wayne, Diana Prince, and Hal Jordan. I checked the GCD, seems like it could be the case. Does anyone own this issue? It's too bad the art in JLA is so lousy.
"The JLAers each face their evil doppelgangers and are then blamed for their lawless actions and exiled from Earth. When they return to fight their duplicates,..."
OR we could pretend this is a board for collectors and just share our faulty anecdotal childhood memories and skip the lectures and fact checking tutorials from someone who never bought comics as a kid."
"I went to college and got a degree in music education." Is that what they called being in the marching band back then?
"Your skin is too thin." Ironic quote from RMA. Nice lack of self-awareness.