Sunday, May 19, 2013

The Justice League in... Trials and Tribble-ations

"The Justice League in... Trials and Tribble-ations" from Justice League Quarterly #3 (DC, 1991) by Keith Giffen, Gerard Jones, Mike McKone and Bob Smith
Two DC franchises were so popular by the start of the 90s that they got thick Quarterly books to feature more stories. These were the Green Lantern Corps and the Justice League (sound familiar?). JLQ was hit and miss, though it did have Mark Waid writing the lead most times, though Giffen and Jones (the regular JL writers) wrote the story of a miniaturized League traveling to the JLofA's Happy Harbor era above. However, the features on Justice Leaguers acting solo have lost a lot of relevance. General Glory (just awful)? Maxima? PRAXIS?! It can't all be Fire & Ice, I guess. The book is also famous for creating the Conglomerate. I'm just kidding. It's not famous at all.

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  1. Well, JLQ and GLQ did have their moments...and I actually rather miss them. AT least for the Green Lanterns, it was a chance to have stories about some of the lesser-known Lanterns.

    But the one with Wonder Woman's pajama party was fabulous!

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