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Subj: Perry White's Scoop for September 26, 2009
Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 at 10:21:35 pm EDT (Viewed 80 times)




Superman-related news and notes for the week of September 26, 2009:

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DC's The Source blog posted some preview artwork relating to JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #34 and #35, JSA: ALL-STARS #2 and MAGOG #4. All four books are scheduled for release in December and January.

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The twelfth and final Superman strip from WEDNESDAY COMICS is up at USA Today's Web site.

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CBR talks with Matthew Sturges and Bill Williams III about the upcoming split in the JSA titles.
Neither Power Girl nor Magog have been strong "team" players in the past, and both have been know as hotheads. What makes them fit to instruct the next generation of JSAers?

MS: Power Girl and Magog have a very clear goal, which is to mold these kids into the most effective heroes they can possibly be. The JSA teaches you how to be a great hero in the moral sense. The goal of the All-Stars is to supplement that instruction with serious training in things that will help them fight and survive. There's a LOT of training, instruction, drills, strategy, that kind of thing. It's "JSA" by way of "An Officer and a Gentleman."

FW: Magog and Power Girl may not be cuddly, but they're both strong people with powerful senses of duty and justice, and they both take their work very seriously.
More at the link.

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The Source Blog has a preview of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38, the first James Robinson-Mark Bagley issue. It is scheduled to be out Oct. 21.

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The Source Blog additionally has a preview of JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #31, due out Wednesday.

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CBR talked with James Robinson about writing JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA. Included on the roster during Robinson's run will be Mon-El and the Guardian but, alas, no Superman... at least for now.
No, like I said, I actually like that aspect. Obviously, at some point, Superman is going to come back. And when he is, he’ll be back in the Justice League and the events in the "Superman" book will reflect accordingly in the "Justice League of America" book.
More at the link.




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