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September 28, 2005


Joel Hunt

I don't know if this will change your perception of the books, but the characters aren't JSA analogues created by Moore, but actual Golden Age heroes, albeit quite obscure ones (with the possible exception of the Terror).


Thanks for the info!

Obviously, I didn't know that - which kind of suprises me. But now that I've done some Googling it appears The Black Terror and Tim were actual characters as well.

It doesn't really change my perceptions since idea that Hogan used established archetypes to serve as character foundation still holds. And it also shows just how little originality Nedor Comics had.

I do have to revise my post I suppose...

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