Review: Justice League: Generation Lost #3
I was thinking of getting this because fire showed more of an appearance in this one. I am fan of fire and so do you think this is the latest comic for me to add to my collection for fire or just skip it until she appears even more than she's been appearing. This comic is bugging me whether to get it or not but because of fire thou.
Why does this cover make me think of that seen in the Bond movie where James undresses a woman with his magnetic watch, unzipping the back of her dress?
UGH, you just had to mention two evens in modern comics I despise. The Tony Stark convinient mind wipe of everything he did just before Civil War, and OMD/BND.
I guess DC just has a better grasp on the concept of redoing thing.
I know they are trying to set up a hopeless situation for the JLI, but it bugs me that
I mean even if they think they aren't telling the truth, or think they are mentally messed up or confused. But Wouldn't someone, like Batman, Superman, or anyone, think "Well, maybe there could be something to it. We do deal with almost any crazy thing you can think of. We fight demons, ghosts, aliens, gods, and godlike beings. This story could be possible."
It bugs that no one thinks there is a slight chance, they are all %100 no this is wrong!
I know that Max could be doing that somehow, but I didn't think he was that possible. To not only mind wipe everyone, but to also alter their minds so that they wont even consider their friends could be right.
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