@slamadams: no,not really...Actually JLA is established in the present timeline.
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Isn't Dr. Light already appeared in the pages of Teen Titans?If I remember correctly,he did in issue 17.
Brett Booth leaves N/W after issue 21.He is busy penciling for JLA # 4 and JLA #5.http://www.gothamspoilers.com/2013/05/booth-leaves-nightwing-after-21.html.It's really sad after seeing how wonderful he can be with Nightwing.He will be missed certainly.I wonder who will be chosen for the interiors for Nightwing from issue #22.
When Geoff Johns started writing this I became intrigued.He is the man who can relate Vibe's personal life to the life as a member in the Justice League of America.After he left,this title felt kind of pointless to me.As per story goes the last issue seems ok,but let's face it:Vibe is not a character that one should really care about.So,either go big or go home.
ok....this is totally off topic ,but I really want to see a battle between Deathstroke and Backlash right now
@akbogert: Hmm..may be Jason's condition is a temporary thing.Things can be spiced up later when Chesire and Bronze Tiger will appear.So in a matter of speaking I am willing to see what future holds for this book.You see,all I wanted was a change in direction with a new story arc.I don't like all the idea of dragging the "all caste'' nonsense once again.
As a matter of fact this seems even worse than Lobdell's run on this series.I know he complicated things for Jason.Then again this book had it's moments on his watch.Tynion made it worse.I like his other book "Talon",but this seems kinda' 'meh' to me.This book deserves more "fun" elements,instead we got all the melodrama in the previous two issues.