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Wednesday, January 5, 2011
A friend of mine just opened a comic book shop, Randyland Gaming, in Douglasville, GA. Visiting his store this week, I was pleased to see he had copies of 1996's Extreme Justice in his $1 comic book bins. Ah, Extreme Justice, probably the most controversial series featuring Booster Gold. Stories so bizarre that they makes the mind numb perfectly complementing artwork so bad it makes the eye bleed. The $1 bin is probably too good for it.
Completely coincidentally, ejne7 just posted a defense of the art of Extreme Justice over at scans_daily. Maybe "defense" isn't the right word; "criticizes with respect" is perhaps a more appropriate description. And really, there is precious little respect. Which is about what Extreme Justice deserves.
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