JL8 #256 by Yale Stewart

Based on characters in DC Comics.

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Hello, everyone! JL8 has finally returned! I want to thank you all for being so patient while I took some time off to hit that gauntlet of conventions this past month, but now I’m home and back to work. I can’t wait to show you what’s in store for the 3rd grade class of Schwartz Elementary!

countlessstorieswithoutend  asked:

What exactly do you mean when you say the emotional spectrum concept "falls apart under the slightest questioning." I mean, more so, you think, than the countless other absolutely incredible concepts comics throw at the reader and even base their foundations on?

Where’s sadness and happiness, among plenty of others? How does “compassion” qualify as an emotion, when it’s simply the capacity to empathize with other emotions? Since when is the ability to concentrate an emotion? Not that I care, like I said it’s charming and a good base to build on in a comic-bookey way that I’m more than willing to forgive, but it really doesn’t hold up even by its own standards.

The Justice League forms a giant mech and what parts they are really says a lot bout them as a team.

Batman, the head. He really keeps the situation under control and stays aware of the entire situation and every situation.

Superman, the core and heart of the team. You can’t have a Justice League without the Big Blue Boy Scout.

Wonder Woman and Cyborg, the arms. They both are able to accomplish the tasks at hand given their own abilities, backgrounds, and trials they’ve faced.

The Flash and Aquaman, the legs. Needless to say quite often these two characters have proven to be able to get the team moving throughout different story arcs and can be more than you bargain for if you’re not seeing it coming.

Green Lantern, the dick.