The CSA were attacking the DCU heroes. Thats the gist of it.UltimateE said:Busiek is no Morrison.
And it didn't really seem like the kind of story that needed to be followed up on...:?
Well then I believe you that it was crap, because one of the most interesting points about Earth 2 was that the CSA *couldn't* fight the JLA (or anyone else).Patriot Mk2 said:The CSA were attacking the DCU heroes. Thats the gist of it.
He changed that. It was bad. Beyond bad.UltimateE said:Well then I believe you that it was crap, because one of the most interesting points about Earth 2 was that the CSA *couldn't* fight the JLA (or anyone else).
Yeah, I liked it and am reading through Morrison's JLA.Baxter said:A good read, a must if you're reading Morrison's JLA.
I don't think I would go that far.Tog said:I got this today. It was fantastic. Best JLA story by far.
I didn't really like Quitely's artwork (looking at it that is in the AS-S preview), until I actually read AS Superman, I don't know why, but it just seems to fit Morrison's writing.Bass said:Yeah, it's quite good. Quitely's wonderful.
Yeah, I don't know what I would think of Quitely's art outside of a Morrison story.Bass said:Morrison and Quitely work very well together. Much like Millar and Hitch or Azzarello and Risso, to use recent examples.
I think Quietly has come a long way since Earth 2, especially in how he draws women. Just look at Cat Grant in E2 and tell me she doesn't look like a crack whore. Now look as All Star Superman. They women look like people instead of sticks with boobies.I read this last night. It was great.
I both love and hate Quitely's art. I respect in an iconic-like way, but hate the way it looks... :?
The story was fun. I loved how Aquaman and Martian Manhunter took on the CSA on their own. It showed how they can be the two most powerful members.