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Justice League: Season 1 (DC Comics Classic Collection)
Justice League: Season 1 (DC Comics Classic Collection)
DVD ~ George Newbern
Price: $31.45
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8 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally!, December 18, 2005
It is a shame that Bruce Timm's DCAU is coming to an end. With Cartoon Network's lack of interest in superheroes (by this I mean the cancellation of Teen Titans) it would be no suprise if Justice League Unlimited was next. The great thing about Justice League is that in combines all the DCAU (Batman, Superman, Static Shock, The Zeta Project, and Batman Beyond) into a nice package and delivers all the best of each. It is sad to see such a huge story like this come to an end. Thank god we can now watch them over and over with the DVD's. Hopefully Static Shock and The Zeta Project are not far behind.


Ultimate X-Men Vol. 4: Hellfire & Brimstone
Ultimate X-Men Vol. 4: Hellfire & Brimstone
by Mark Millar
Edition: Paperback
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Dark Phoenix's Ultimate debut is less than "Ultimate", December 17, 2003
The Phoenix saga is in my opinion in the top 3 most important events in any X-men incarnation. This story is SOO good, that it has become one of a few storylines that is and forever will be in every X-men incarnation (of course the incarnation would have to have Jean Grey in it). Unfortunatley this book makes a mockary of the Phoenix saga. First off, the Phoenix is a god is immense power, no change there. But the thing that [...] me off is how easily Xavier managed to stop Jean(Dark Phoenix). As I recall, the original Phoenix saga lasted many issues, this book turns it into like 5 pages. Dark Phoenix is made into a wuss. I dont care how strong Xavier is, he cannot stop the Dark Phoenix in 5 minutes, OK! This book took one of my favorite characters and made it a cheap little cameo. I hope that the phoenix will be better percieved in future stories. Other than that, it was a pretty good book... hehe...


Ultimate X-Men Vol. 2: Return to Weapon X
Ultimate X-Men Vol. 2: Return to Weapon X
by Mark Millar
Edition: Paperback
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Its nice to see a more realistic Marvel Universe!, November 11, 2003
Well this book was good, but Volume 1: The Tomorrow People was better. This book introduces many new and important character's to the Ultimate Marvel Universe, Including Juggernaut, Nightcrawler, Rogue, Sabertooth, and Nick Fury. The story tells of the Weapon X program kidnapping and basically enslaving the X-men and their leader, Professor Charles Xavier. The X-men are forced to do everything that Professor Xavier has tought them is wrong. Using tiny explosive chips planted into each of the X-men's heads, they are forced to do as they are told, or else KABLOOEE! I also like the fact that the whole Cytorak, or whatever its called, crystal was not included. Some of you may not understand, but taking out things like that make the story less confusing and more realistic. The day Marvel start incorporating things like "magic crystals" and such into the Ultimate Universe, is the day I stop reading them. I have come to expect a level of "realism" from these books. Anyway, this book also hints at the future creation of the Ultimates (the Ultimate Universe's version of the Avengers).


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