Let's just say I've studied the arts of memetics, the genetic factors of large population psychology acting as a force over hundred year bulk spans, historical examples, and forced myself to see history on terms of human failings without the delusions of "imagining everyone thinks precisely as I would prefer they think" (AKA Delusional False-Mimic Personality Projection).
When censored, I utilize craftier methods.
What cannot be accomplished overtly must be achieved covertly.
Ah, but I've filled up a chunk of text and said nothing at all.
Time to pursue a career in politics.
Slap my knee and serve up a glass of punchline, the bait's been dropped.
"To the moon", said Ralph, the John is full. The man isn't a captain in dust tree, he's a Major.
Last edited by Gridlock; 02-06-2013 at 02:50 PM.
I like that Johns recently stated that the Martian Manhunter is a founding member and joined during their first encounter with Starro. He stayed a member for awhile and fought all of their original enemies before leaving the league a couple of years ago.
So if the League didn't get called the "Justice League" until Graves wrote that book talking about their fight with Starro, that means Martian Manhunter is indeed a founder. He was a member the first time they were called the Justice League.
Me? Nah, Batman is the fun one.
BATMAN can make anything funny. (the original link got whacked by naughty folks a few days ago)
(Ah, the Internet, if it causes a chuckle, somebody has kept a backup)