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Well…..yeah, how DC handled Hal was bullshit, but H.E.A.T is C-R-A-Z-Y P-A-N-T-S
The Problem with this is that Hal Jordan was approximately 500 times more interesting whilst dead than he was – or is – when alive.
Well done comic maniacs, deny freedom is a crime
ps eat vegetables
He should have shortkicked canceled into Photocanon, then off the grounded for the Iron Man infinite.
Heh, the Spider-fan reminds me of Superstupor.com:
Vocal, agreed. Hal’s time as the Specter was golden, whereas his time alive was/is spent (more often than not) as just a cookie cutter heroic figure.
I am *so* fortunate that I had just swallowed my mouthful of coffee before I hit “Even Jesus didn’t stay on the cross that long!” or it would be all over my keyboard. Brill-YUNT!
“The Problem with this is that Hal Jordan was approximately 500 times more interesting whilst dead than he was – or is – when alive.”
And the way that he was brought back? Rebirth was as close to a Hal Jordan circle jerk party that DC could come without being forced to reinstate the code by congress.
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