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From Justice League International (80s version) #19

When we last left our heroes...


...Manga Khan had sent Lobo to kill the JLI space team, who were pursuing him to free the captured Mister Miracle, who the Cluster is taking to Apokolips. Barda, not wanting to kill their foe, teleported Lobo out of their hair. Unfortunately, where he landed was the JLI headquarters in New York. Even more unfortunately, he hit Guy Gardner on the head on his way in.

The Earth JLI doesn't know this mysterious visitor, just that he looks mean. They realize their problems are even worse when Guy has announced he's reverted to his old, obnoxious, personality.

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In this installment of Bloodlines we get to probably my second favorite of the male Bloodliners (after Joe Public if anyone really wanted to know, or it might be a tie between 'em I tend to go back and forth).

This issue is nice in that it portrays a pretty realistic look on a guy who gets powers after his life has turned to hell, at least to me.

18 pages from a 54 page story.

Beware HIS fears turned into life! )

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A(n admittedly extended) moment taken from Justice League International #22 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire. In which Oberon is left to defend the Justice League Embassy single handedly against an attack from a vicious squadron of Khund mini-fighters. Gadzooks!

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2/3rds of a page from Wally's first Flash run, issue 21 )

suggested tags: char: flash/kid flash/wally west, char: booster gold/michael jon carter, char: oberon
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One of my favorite DC couples is Guy and Tora. I don't know why, but there's just something so frickin' adorable about the couple. And this story, from Justice League Quarterly, is one of my favorite stories concerning them.

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Guy Gardner at his most charming beneath the cut )

suggested tags - char: green lantern/warrior/guy gardner, char: ice/tora olafsdotter, char: oberon, char: fire/beatriz da costa, creator: j.m. dematteis, creator: darick robertson, publisher: dc comics, creator: john beatty, creator: kevin dooley
[identity profile] fleeting_feet.insanejournal.com
I managed to get my hands on scans from the Justice League Unlimited series that ran for a short while. While thumbing through it, they apparently did special shorts at the end of some of the issues. One of these shorts was one with Mister Miracle and the Slab.

added: This was found in the back of Issue #3 of Justice League Unlimited and the title of the short is "Escape from the Slab".

This is a cute story, but what cracked me up the most was these two panels.

[identity profile] fleeting_feet.insanejournal.com
This is cut from Mister Miracle, Volumn 2, #11(22 pages). Scott and Barda settle in the small town of Bailey, Connecticut, trying to have what they think is a "normal" life and so far, it hasn't been so successful. Trying to maintain a secret identity while being attacked by an arch-nemesis, drone clones and various other problems, has pushed scott to the limits of his patience.

[identity profile] seriousfic.insanejournal.com
This is a very special story to me. Well, not really, but it is where I got my icon from.

Around the time of the Bwa-Ha-Ha League, Keith Giffen actually managed to get the greenlight on what was basically a sitcom revolving around Mr. Miracle and Big Barda, who were trying to lead a simple suburban life, complicated enormously by the fact that they were superheroes. Booster Gold and Blue Beetle stopped over, their neighbors got suspicious, there were the Robot Beatles (not robotic beetles, mind you)... fun stuff. It's not quite as good as Jack Kirby's characterizations, IMHO, but it's very hard to dislike. I mean, just look at 'em.

In today's installment, our intrepid heroes (and Oberon) are moving out of the suburbs to the big city. That's right, it's Moving Day (what can I say, Giffen likes this plot). As always, disaster, flirtiness, and banter ensue.

[identity profile] perletwo.insanejournal.com
Found this at the local junk/comix shop today and flipping through it found myself reminded of s_d's current travails.

So, forthwith, I offer 5 pages + the cover + 1 preview image from issue #8 of Justice League International, by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, Kevin Maguire and Al Gordon.
'I think that's one of the Santini brothers!' 'They heroes?' 'No...movers.' )


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