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May 16, 2009

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Johnny Bacardi

This is atrocious, but I must add that there are two signatures on the parchment of pretentiousness, and I'd think that the inker has to share a little of the blame...

Grumpy

Whew. For a second, I thought you were going to rip #1, which had a cover good enough to grab my attention at the time.

Forget WW's right leg; what's up with her left leg? Her thigh is thicker than her torso!

Mark Engblom

LOL! I hadn't caught that, but you're right...that's one heck of a "thunder thigh"! Man....this thing just keeps getting worse and worse.

Pat Curley

I just can't figure out how Starman got that left arm around Wonder Woman; his arm clearly can't be bent at the elbow. Is it bent at the wrist?

Chris Mullen

I think it's also quite telling about how much DC cared for this book at the time when they're basically plugging for Dark Knight Returns in the lower left corner there.

Grumpy

You've only scratched the surface. There's the Atom's surprised/alarmed expression, based solely on the thickness of the eye-holes in his mask. There's the shadows obscuring Starman's eyes. And there's the way WW is holding her lasso so limply.

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