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    Default PREVIEW: Justice League #32

    Lex Luthor continues his acclimation to his life as a one of the world's greatest heroes as they search for the mysterious power threatening to unravel our world. But are his sights really set on the Dark Knight? And are the Dark Knight's set on him? Plus, someone else is targeting Luthor and his new allies - a man who believes he is Luthor's superior in every way...and he may be right! Here comes The Chief and his treacherous Doom Patrol to The New 52!

    This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue. Combo pack edition: $4.99


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    Why does Element Woman call Elasti-Girl Rita "Starr" instead of "Farr"? Mistake? Bad stage name? Inquiring minds wanna know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thechief View Post
    Why does Element Woman call Elasti-Girl Rita "Starr" instead of "Farr"? Mistake? Bad stage name? Inquiring minds wanna know!
    It was obviously a typo.

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    "treacherous Doom Patrol"? As if! This and the Starr name mix up give me a bad feeling about this...

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    Caulder comes off like a creepier professor X here, it's probably intentional, he's always been like that to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overhazard View Post
    Caulder comes off like a creepier professor X here, it's probably intentional, he's always been like that to me.
    He's been like that since Morrison.

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    The Crime Syndicate scares me.
    Wonder Woman <3

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    For those who don't know, the variant cover is an homage to JLA #1 from 1997, also done by Howard Porter.


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    Well that's not the most interesting DOOM PATROL, but okay.
    Follow your inner moonlight, do not hide the madness. -Ginsberg

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    finally, seems like forever since last issue.

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    Wow the nuances of Morrison's Niles Caulder are no where to be found. Johns' version of The Chief should just have an arrow over his head that says evil bastard.

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    Hey, where is Ivan Reis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAZAM! View Post
    Hey, where is Ivan Reis?


    for real someone needs to put out an APB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabare View Post
    for real someone needs to put out an APB
    He's doing the first issue of Multiversity...which I'm sure is taking a lot of time given all of the new characters he's drawing. Really glad that Johns hasn't pushed aside the Superwoman plot line.
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    Maybe Johns has used the name "Starr" instead of "Farr" because he plans to kill off the character during the story. Then if enough fans complain, he can always bring in the "real" Elasti-Girl with the name "Farr" later on.

    Also, love that Howard Porter has put the characters in the exact same positions on that variant cover as they were on the original '97 cover, and that if they're not there, it's their "opposite". Great work!
    Last edited by Frankenstein; 07-28-2014 at 06:44 PM.

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