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2011-12-12 20:20 (UTC)
The crossover with James Robinson's Starman was good, both in terms of Billy's characterisation and in Mary's (apparently she was the smart member of the team, as opposed to the token girl).
I guess that it just amused me for a number of reasons, ranging from it being about superheroics during WW2 to the fact that the city that the Marvels operate in (as well as the Marvels themselves to an extent) seemed to represent an idealised version of the 1950s, while they bumped into Jack Knight who is also mentally of that time period, though more of the Beatnik Generation thing than the eggcream and white picket fences thing that Fawcett City has going on.
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