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Writer: Robert Venditti
Artist: Francis Portela
Breakdowns By: Scott McDaniel
Colorist: Brad Anderson

7 of 22 pages

I'll be gone most of the day Friday, so I'll just do an entry on the next part of Godhead right now.

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"That’s what it’s all about. Basically they’re both good guys, the New Gods are looking at the Universe from the top down, and the Green Lanterns are looking from the bottom up as the cop on the beat. Who’s right and who’s wrong? They both think they’re right from their own perspective." - Robert Venditti

Story By: Van Jensen, Justin Jordan, Robert Venditti, Charles Soule, and Cullen Bunn
Script By: Van Jensen and Justin Jordan
Art By: Ethan Van Sciver, Martin Coccolo, Gordan Sudzuka, Chris Cross, and Pete Woods
Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo

13 out of 39 pages

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Seeing as the nu52 version of these events has just been posted, I felt it would be relevant to show how they originally transpired to clarify some details concerning them. No new content after this line!

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This story was advertised as the origin of Orion and Mr. Miracle. What they don't tell you is that it's essentially Highfather's origin too, from when he was known as "Izaya the Inheritor" (what does he inherit? That's a plot point.)

About 8.5 pages out of 26.

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So I was thumbing through my New Gods collection and felt that more of its epicness could be spread around.

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This story was advertised as the origin of Orion and Mr. Miracle. What they don't tell you is that it's essentially Highfather's origin too, from when he was known as "Izaya the Inheritor" (what does he inherit? That's a plot point.)

About 8.5 pages out of 26.

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A couple of scans I meant to include in my last post, featuring the work of Phil Jimenez

Starting with this shot from Infinite Crisis, where Brother Eye's orbiting camera's clearly share a certain empathy with it's creator's habits...



Click below for the most wonderfully gratuitous shot of them all....

Gratuitous is a VERY relative term, thankfully! )

And some fanart I'll probably regret in the morning )

tags: char: robin/nightwing/dick grayson, char: flamebird/bette kane, char: flash/kid flash/wally west, char: orion, creator: phil jimenez, creator: curt swan, creator: george perez, series: gratuitous butt-shot week, title: world's finest, title: jla/the titans, group: star sapphires
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Oh man, you guys. I can't even tell you how great this next story is, it's the last one from DCU Holiday Bash #1, and you know what they say about saving the best one. All I can say is 1/3 doesn't do it much justice, so you should really track down this issue to see the whole thing for yourselves!

You'd better watch out
You'd better not cry
You'd better not pout
I'm telling you why
Highfather is coming to town!

One story from DCU Holiday Bash #1, plus a bonus holiday pin-up from #3! )

Tomorrow: Sgt. Rock has experienced enough Christmases during his tours of duty to fill a whole handful of wars!
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I was revisiting the Torment arc in Superman/Batman and discovered this little gem of a page in issue no. 41.
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No, for real.

Jack Kirby conceived the various Fourth World books to be part of one epic saga with a beginning, middle, and end... a maxi-series, if you will. Unfortunately, low sales forced the cancellation of each series, although on the bright side, this did free up the various characters to make later appearances in the DC universe. In 1985, Kirby wrote a graphic novel called The Hunger Dogs designed to bring the saga to a close, although DC editorial prevented a climactic Darkseid-Orion showdown from truly closing the book, even though The Hunger Dogs was evidently non-canon. Still, it's an interesting look at Kirby's intentions, thwarted as they were.

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From Legion of Super-Heroes vol.2 290-294
(4 regular issues and a last double sized issue)
Written by Paul Levitz. Art by Keith Giffen
DC let this TPB go out of print but if there is any justice in the world it will get an absolute edition

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