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Friday, May 11, 2007


OK, THIS is just sad, folks.

We gave away multiple hundreds of these for FREE and that's the only price you should have to pay for them.

'Nuff said.



At 5/11/2007 10:32 PM, Blogger stymieresh said...

It certainly is true what they say about one born every minute.

I may be a little behind posting about this, but I need to get it out of my system... I just finished reading the final few 52 issues and I was SOOO disappointed in how they wrapped it up. First of all, I did not buy the WW III books. It ticks me off that I'm buying 52 issues of a story, but then I need to buy 4 more to get the whole thing? For how many weeks did they drag out those crappy subplots yet they couldn't have made time for this "big colossal WW III" crap? In the end, all that nonsense time travel mumbo jumbo with Rip Hunter just served to fill in the huge gaps that were left in the storyline. Or would those gaps be explained had I read WW III? Do be honest, I DON'T CARE. And Mr. Mind is suddenly a creature that eats time and space and looks like a weird Mothra thing? (Actually, Booster Gold calling him Mothra was a funny moment.)

Seems like this whole series was simply an excuse to make DC a multiverse again, whatever difference that makes...

Huge disappointment. Anyone else with me?

At 5/12/2007 12:38 PM, Blogger phatmogera said...

Yup, I agree. I liked most of the storylines all the way through, but the last 5 issues seemed to suffer with a lack of finality. Reminds me of some of Jet Li's movies in the late 90's. "We're out of money, the movie is over. Drive safely"

At 5/12/2007 3:00 PM, Blogger Craig(Box13) said...

World War 3 was good. 52 did let me down a bit but to be able to pull off a weekly comic like that I was impressed. Didn't think they could do it. I give it 4 out out 5 chicken legs.

Craig Box13

At 5/12/2007 5:23 PM, Blogger avgJones said...

I didn't read 52, but you've kinda hit on the sorta feeling I had at the end of Civil War.


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