Justice League #19 And Jupiter's Legacy #1 - Separated At Birth?

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Yesterday I ran a review of Jupiter’s Legacy #1, by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, out in a week’s time.

This morning I read Justice League #19 by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis, and got a remarkable case of deja vu. Foreign politics vs home politics, to be sure, but it’s just weird to have two sets of superheroes standing around talking interference/non interference in as many days.

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Maybe it’s one of those ideaspace moments, but two of the best selling comics this month are going down this road. Is everything going Marvelman on us?

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They’re asking similar questions in today’s Vibe #3 as well.

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Basically, this is Trinity War.

Also, on an even more trivial nature, a Superman figure with a beard in Jupiter’s Legacy… and in Justice League #19…

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And in Man Of Steel…

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Forget Iron Man With A Nose, it’s all about Superman With A Beard today.

Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London and Image Comics.

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