Tags: JLA This entry was posted on Thursday, February 11th, 2010 at 11:18 pm by Brandon Hanvey and is filed under Comic.
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Sorry this was late guys. Sean and I had some miscommunication.
You will all be refunded your free.
Very rarely do I use internet slang, especially the ones which are comprised solely of initials. But I believe this warrants it.
No love for Don, huh?
You just know though that Sam Kinison would rule as a superhero…
I think I just lost some of the respect I’ve had for Josh. That would be a terrible team. And I’m with Alex, where’s Donatello? Or were they unable to handle his awesomeness?
Man, I miss the Young All-Stars…
My team of Jesse Custer, Thin Elvis, Mega Man X, Fat Elvis, Ash Williams, Capt. Mal Reynolds, Lorelei Gilmore, Dr. House, and the cast of How I Met Your Mother plus Bob Saget would crush them!
Nitz’s team is okay I guess, but can’t stand up to my own team:
James Cameron, Peter “Nice Pete” Crope,
Minerva McGonagall, Sam the Eagle, a manatee with the brain of Warren Ellis, Ellen Page, Delirium, Dexter Morgan, and WALL-E.
Oh my God, you guys, I’m totally getting “Crisis on Two Earths” ideas.
Maybe we’ll let the readers choose the Earth-2 team!
Oh, and Donatello went off to start his own team with Beast Boy.
God. I forgot how much I missed comments like that from Nitz the Bloody (at comicboards.com). Loving the comic, Sean + Brandon.
It is obvious any team is incomplete without doctor who. Or at least his bow tie. Really, how could you put Data in but not the Doctor?!?! Fine, here’s a compromise; give Data his bow tie, his sonic screwdriver, and the jacket.
The Doctor was invited to join, but he pulled the ol’ Superman excuse. “My time is not my own” and all that.
Which is pretty ironic coming from him, actually.
No way, my JL would be (assuming I can’t use any DC/Marvel character): Jill Valentine, Sam & Max’s Max, Hermione Granger, David Hayter, Samuel L. Jackson, Spock, Bear Grylls, Optimus Prime, and, of course, Alan Moore.
Last panel… non sequitur… do not understand…
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