You know I have the first two issues of "TToS" and od far it's kept my interest. But Fawcett's CAptain Marvel is My favorite comic book here and I hate that they're changing things like this. If they wanted to move the story line like this they should have at least made Freddy Younger. More like Billy Batson. That was his appeal when I was a kid. Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, they were adults But Captain Marvel was a kid like me. Now that they're changing it all the only thing that can happen is people will lose evem more faith in this franchise. It's my opinion if they're going to do this they may as well kill off the Marvel family all together so we can remember him for the amazing character he was. I do love this new incarnation of Black Adam though.
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: excellent Capt. Marvel stories? You need
: not look any further than what they're doing
: in the "Justice" storyline.
: That's how you do Capt. Marvel!
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