Rich is completely right about Justice League by Giffen and DeMatteis being a gateway into the DCU for a lot of people. Sure, we all read DKR, and Watchmen (and GA: Longbow Hunters, and so on), but this was the book that drew us in on a regular basis and got us to branch out into other titles. But that was a long time ago. We shall see what DC does with this particular launch in the near future. Meanwhile, here’s today:
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It was the book that stopped me being a Marvel zombie in my tracks and opened the door fully, for me, to the DC Universe. Then with Justice League Europe and Justice League America in a double act, I was hooked, and when this storytelling team left the book, I stuck around for two issues before dumping it, and pretty much all the other DCU titles I was reading at the time. I felt like the entire line had abandioned me.
And the sex toy..
So… how much money have you got squirrelled away for something like this? Comes with working coalfire glowing effect… the steampunk Iron Man, designed by Tony Stark in 1910.
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Day one. That’s right. We’ll be shooting the pivotal death/betrayal/product placement/setting up the sequel/coming out scene, at the following address:
As a true, (TARDIS) blue, old school Whovian of the first degree, after viewing the first episode of Series 6 of Doctor Who, I’m a touch worried about the future of this time-aged sci-fi institution which I love so much…
I am not looking at the post-credit scene from Thor that has made its way onto the internet. No, I intend to watch it, with wife, on the big screen later this week. If you have already seen the film and want a reminder, or maybe you walked out before it ran, or maybe you just don’t care and have no soul, then here you go. I’m embedding it now. Just don’t tell me what happens.