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So this week, Doomsday came down on Superboy's head.

What followed ended in the only way it really could have, in between solicits for Reign Of and the characters' power levels.

It wasn't something we weren't all expecting, though- if the Eradicator or the Cyborg couldn't do the trick, what chance would a half-breed with a little extra really have?

Tactile telekinesis, most thought, constituted that little chance- if he could just use it cleverly, he might last more than one page.

And did he? Yes. )
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Admittedly I haven't been buying many comics outside of independents so it was a rarity that I bought a few comics this previous week.

I bought the recent GL issue to show some support for Lyssa (that I posted on) and here's some of a certain blue fellow in Justice League.

Crowd: Starman?

No a different blue fellow, thought Starman's there too.

All will be we- I mean We Will Prevail! )

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There have been a few references here and there about how "The Brave and the Bold" sounds like the name of a soap opera. And it seems it *was* a soap opera in the DCU, according to ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #497. Story by Jerry Ordway, art by Tom Grummett. Also, some bruiser named Doomsday is causing trouble.



This is back when Lois had dark red hair and Cat wasn't a hateful anti-Kryptonian bitch.

Cute goggles, Jimmy )

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