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Geoff Johns: "And I have to say, the reaction to what we've been doing with Diana, I'm very, very grateful that the hardcore Wonder Woman fans have responded to it, because we're putting everything we have into it. We're very lucky that we get to work with this character. I really appreciate the nuance and complexity of Diana. I feel really good about Jay and I pulling those out and looking at those and realizing them and shining a light on them and saying, "Look how amazing and powerful and wonderful this character is." There's a reason she's so unique among every DC comic."

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These are pages/panels from a part near the end of JLA/Avengers where, after some reality shifts, Wanda and Vision are in their pre-John Byrne state where they're married but haven't gotten the kids yet. But then get information overload about their real reality and well...

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This one's easy for me, because I will just always love the Bronze Age. Other ages have their advantages over this one, but when I think of comics this is always what I think of first.

I was trying to think of how to explain exactly why this is the age I always want to spend time in, but realized that if a picture is worth a thousand words, this one is my thesis on why nothing beats Bronze Age, where you dress like this to mingle:




Leaguers on the Loose
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A smidge more from Bloodspell (which is 194 pages, if you're wondering), where Zee joins the Justice League at the ripe old age of 17 (Dinah's about 22 or so, so if we're going by JLA: Year One's timescale, this is about three or so years since the team was formed, if you're interested).
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Man, I loved Scribblenauts Unmasked. It's such a great mixture of stupid, insane, nerdy, childish and awesome.

I retconned Jor-El and Lara into putting baby Kal-El in a helicopter. I made the Justice League fight Flash's Rogues and after there was a flock of magical doves everywhere, and I didn't even summon any magical doves. I had to chop down some trees, so I summoned 'George Washington' and 'axe', and the game basically said, "Correct, PLAYER. Let's go watch some goddamned chopping."

The comic book sequel was also surprisingly fun. A lot of great references in these next four pages, but I've listed the best ones after the cut:


Above: A vigilante is locked in vicious combat. )
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Well, thanks DCnU.

Just one more potential coulda-been that we will not experience... at least not in this universe.


Courtesy of BleedingCool.com

Justice League... ROLL OUT.  )
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Greetings

 Saw this awesome parody, my opinion of course, of the Super Friends answering the question in the title and decided to share it here if anyone is interested. Can be found here, just giving warning that the video contains gruesome violence, superhero-dickery and inappropriate behaviour towards Robin. For legality, below is a scan of the JLA, the league of gods to be exact, being the awesome team they really were.
No rest for the heroic )

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