Monday, May 07, 2007

Justice League 11

A piece of advance art on Brad Meltzer's MySpace. This promises to be a wonderful Roy story. However, I still don't see a hint of Roy's tattoo. I wish the artists would get with the program. Roy has a Navaho tattoo wrapped around one arm. Deal with it.

Reviews have lagged here. Mea culpa. I was busy playing with my new digital camera. Will try to get some reviews posted tonight. I didn't get to do Free Comic Book Day because I forget, again, to take the Saturday off and ended up working. And after work, I figured all the good ones would be gone, so I went with hubby to get my new camera, an early birthday present, instead. Maybe when we do next year's vacation schedule, I'll remember to ask for the day off.


  1. Anonymous3:59 PM EDT

    I don't mind them removing that: having lived for a long time on or near the Navajo reservation, I can't recall ever seeing a tatoo. In fact, if I recall, body art like tattoos were prohibited. Having a Navajo tattoo seems disrespectful to the culture.

    Everytime I read a Speedy origin story, I have to turn my suspension of disbelief to 11.

  2. Speedy's origin has been tweaked a bit over time. As for the tattoo, once it was written in and drawn in for years, to have it disappear is a bit odd. I guess it's just another bit of retconning.