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JLI #11 (Victory Kiss Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sun Jul 08, 2012 8:17 am

It’s the penultimate issue of JLI and in the end, Breakdown and his gang are taken down pretty easily. I wonder what Jurgens has planned for #12, will it be a fight between the team and the new Lightweaver? Or maybe just a ‘goodbye’ issue? This issue was mainly an action story, so perhaps a quieter finale would be appropriate. The best thing in this issue was the starring role that August General In Iron got to play, he managed to resist Breakdown’s touch, and then chillingly ripped him to shreds. I was surprised by the amount of villains who died in this issue actually, it was some dark shit, but then as was said, this was war. I guessed last month that Lightweaver’s brother would take over the role, but I thought that it would be as a hero, so I was half-right I suppose. Maybe he’ll still become a hero, please Jurgens, my reputation as a Comics Nostradamus is riding on you! Plus, I’m still waiting for the reveal that Booster isn’t as dumb as a bag of rocks and Rip Hunter is still around. That has to be the last page of #12 doesn’t it?
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Amoebas

Son of Stein

Postby Amoebas » Sun Jul 08, 2012 9:09 am

Punchy wrote:It’s the penultimate issue of JLI and in the end, Breakdown and his gang are taken down pretty easily. I wonder what Jurgens has planned for #12, will it be a fight between the team and the new Lightweaver? Or maybe just a ‘goodbye’ issue? This issue was mainly an action story, so perhaps a quieter finale would be appropriate. The best thing in this issue was the starring role that August General In Iron got to play, he managed to resist Breakdown’s touch, and then chillingly ripped him to shreds. I was surprised by the amount of villains who died in this issue actually, it was some dark shit, but then as was said, this was war. I guessed last month that Lightweaver’s brother would take over the role, but I thought that it would be as a hero, so I was half-right I suppose. Maybe he’ll still become a hero, please Jurgens, my reputation as a Comics Nostradamus is riding on you! Plus, I’m still waiting for the reveal that Booster isn’t as dumb as a bag of rocks and Rip Hunter is still around. That has to be the last page of #12 doesn’t it?

I never got any indication that the new Lightweaver was going to be anything but a hero. That wasn't vengeance he was creaming at... it was redemption.

And can I just say I love Godiva? (wait I think have said that, every month for almost a year now).
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Dan Jurgens plus a beautiful woman in a white costume just works for me everytime.
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holtom2000

dINGO

Postby holtom2000 » Sun Jul 08, 2012 12:58 pm

Only booster and rip promising to fix this reboot could excite me. And his old costume

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