Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Free Form Comments

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ALSO. You can use this space to re-ask me questions you asked me before that I failed to answer because I was too busy (but now might not be). That is often the reason I fail to get back to people, and on a blog, after a few days, the comments thread dies and I just kind of forget about it. Let's use this space to fix that, because it does need to be fixed; I look like a jackass sometimes, leaving people hanging. I will TRY to respond to any questions here.

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Jake said...

Meltzer's Last Will & Testament was pretty disappointing to me, especially since little character pieces like this are usually right up his alley, and he has a pretty solid grasp of the many players of the DC universe at this point. I'm generally a fan, as I thought his Justice League run contained at least 3 great issues (#0, #11, #12) and I just sort of purposely forget about the JSA crossover issues, so overall I feel his JLA stuff was good.

The first half of Last Will & Testament is pretty bad though. The second half has a nice Clark/Pa Kent scene, and the Geo-Force/Deathstroke fight was pretty good until the following page sapped it of any relevance or emotion. All in all, prrrrrrobably not worth $4.

Jason said...

JJ Abrams talks about "Fringe" ... and also about "Lost," "Alias" and "Felicity."

Pretty cool.

(I've decided sight-unseen that "Fringe" is my new favorite show.)

Jason said...

Sorry, that link is all fud up.