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    Default JSA CLASSIFIED out today!

    I think it hits the stands today, anyway.

    I'd love to hear what ya think of my Hourman vs Bane tale.

    I've been doing more and more on the DC side lately, including my 3 issues of LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (#20-22).

    But I'm especially excited about thsi JSA tale with one of my faves, Scott McDaniel, on art. Check it out and report back here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Bedard
    I think it hits the stands today, anyway.

    I'd love to hear what ya think of my Hourman vs Bane tale.

    I've been doing more and more on the DC side lately, including my 3 issues of LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (#20-22).

    But I'm especially excited about thsi JSA tale with one of my faves, Scott McDaniel, on art. Check it out and report back here!

    Tony B
    I missed that you're writing Legion. Looking forward to that story :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Bedard
    I think it hits the stands today, anyway.

    I'd love to hear what ya think of my Hourman vs Bane tale.

    I've been doing more and more on the DC side lately, including my 3 issues of LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (#20-22).

    But I'm especially excited about thsi JSA tale with one of my faves, Scott McDaniel, on art. Check it out and report back here!

    Tony B
    That was a great read, Tony. I especially liked how you used Rick Tyler and Bane together, and how you tied the whole plot into both of their histories. You really did your homework! I'm impressed!

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    I'm no expert but that might have been the best use of Bane, ever .The whole Viagra/Miraclo bit was funky, and the Miraclotimer redherring was very cool, i was sure Bane was just stalling until he had the feeling he could ambush Hourman.
    On the negative side the dialog and actions of Bane were a smidgen chessy but not out of character.
    Looking forward to the next issue.

    Edit: due to general incompetence.
    Last edited by Jerry Kraut; 09-28-2006 at 03:28 PM.

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    I just got the issue and I loved it. Hourman is one of my favorite charaters and you used him very well.

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    I enjoyed it. Bane was written a lot better than I expected although his speech was peppered with a few too many Spanish words. Made him sound more like a thug than the authoritative badass he was in Knightfall.
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