Previous parts here...
When we last left out heroes, J'onn's team in Space had lost Manga Khan, while Batman's team on Earth was trapped in Bialya...
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This week I'd like to show you gals and guys a bit of each of my strips series so far.
(so I can finally move on what I call season 2, this year's comics, the current ones in fact)
5 times the shenanigans!
So without further redo, here's some more Heroes! for everyone's tastes and colors!
( Guy makes some poesy, Ollie tries to flee his duties, Squirrel Girl is not amused and yet another adventure of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle! )
In issue #20 (Oct '88) of Captain Atom, which I got for 40p at Kapow last weekend, I think I've found the solution.
( Pal? Amigo? Since when did the Captain and the Beetle get to be so tight? )
Four scans below the cut.
( I'm shouting in Russian! No one can understand me! )
Firstly, people actually requested more Extreme Justice, so I'm sharing the two scenes in which bystanders read a team-member as Blue Beetle's boyfriend. The surprising part is that neither of these teammates is Booster Gold.
( I'm so worn out from all that cowboy stuff, I feel I could use a whole new body! )
Secondly, a request: Can anyone recommend me any serious/scholarly books, journals, etc. that discuss the phenomenon of "event" comics? I saw that the Sequential Art Journal is bringing out Classics on Infinite Earth: The Justice League and DC Crossover Continuity, and I'm looking for titles like that: stuff discussing the genesis of events comics, and how we got from The Great Darkness Saga through CoIE and developments like 52 to *fifteen* distinct mini tie-ins with Flashpoint. (I know my DC bias is showing here; I'm equally interested in Marvel-focused material for this.)
If I get a good response on this I promise to stop posting Extreme Justice :)