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JLI #6 (Never had a Hot Dog Spoilers)

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JLI #6 (Never had a Hot Dog Spoilers)

Postby Punchy » Sun Feb 05, 2012 9:07 am

A nice little epilogue for the first arc that did a good job at shining the spotlight on some of the characters who aren’t Booster Gold. So we got some good character moments for the likes of Godiva, Guy Gardner and August General In Iron. Marco Castiello’s art was not quite as polished as Lopresti’s has been but it worked for the more low-key nature of this issue. And of course the issue ended with the whole team getting blown up. I reckon they’re all dead for sure. I’m still waiting for it to be revealed that Booster is working with Rip Hunter in the new DCU, that has to be the reason why Batman trusts him.

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Re: JLI #6 (Never had a Hot Dog Spoilers)

Postby Amoebas » Sun Feb 05, 2012 10:11 am

Yes the art wasn't as impressive as Lopresti. Scenes like General in Iron having to take his clothes off before stopping a truck was just silly and sloppy editing where Godiva says she can feel two wires in a bomb when there are many more present.

Story wise - great stuff. Godiva is a new favorite.

And thank you Dan! Thank you for the phrase "what the bloody hell?". A lesser writer would have written "the bloody hell?"

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