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Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from HappyWonKinobi
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Its been an amazing ride with you so far. What I'd like is for you to write a new chapter please! (Sorry I can't be more helpful) I have loved this story and I really want to see it continue! :)
Review By [HappyWonKinobi] • Date [9 Apr 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "In Brightest day...part 2" from Tasoli
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Dude why the hell did you put an AN in to the middle of the chapter?That is total eyesore and bad writing don't do that. We don't need to know how it is pronouncen in the comics.

It pretty much destroyed my enjoyment of that chapter for me.

Rest of the story is good tough. Cheers
Review By [Tasoli] • Date [29 Dec 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Hidden Origins" from SpacedCadet
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“I am not Thor; I am his son, and the last of the Asgardians.”

That shocked the watcher as the legends never spoke of the god having children


I'm enjoying the story but in the sagas, if not the comics, he actually had several sons.
Review By [SpacedCadet] • Date [16 Sep 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from CastorandPollux
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Please continue this story as this is excellent...
Review By [CastorandPollux] • Date [17 Jun 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from moringstar
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I rember hearing your computer died the death most foul. Hope you been able to breath new life into. This is a great story and it a shame to let it die.
Review By [moringstar] • Date [27 Apr 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from KingOfCretins
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Just read through again, can't wait for more.

It occurs to me that to deal with the Justice Lords story you could change the history of their League a bit so Xander is not a member (perhaps warned by Gaia because of what they would become) or only a part time member thus avoiding his involvement with the Lords when they go rogue.

Also when they go rogue you could have him slowly build a team of his own (perhaps aided by Cadmus) to eventually take down the Lords or retreat to Asgard after being defeated, or some combination. If building a team since the Lords universe seems slightly ahead of the League universe an older Supergirl, Captain Marvel and Green Arrow or Nightwing would be good counters to Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman respectively.

Alternatively you could add elements from the Comics or other sources to make a unique storyline although you might wish to start doing this with earlier episodes as well to better establish the changes to your universe.
Review By [KingOfCretins] • Date [17 Nov 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from (Recent Donor)Hawklan
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nice finish to that rebellion even if Aquaman only imprisoned the traitors
Review By [(Recent Donor)Hawklan] • Date [1 Oct 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 1" from (Recent Donor)Hawklan
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ohhaa nice chapter with Aquaman in it and and damn there always have to be a power hungry fool who turns traitor
Review By [(Recent Donor)Hawklan] • Date [1 Oct 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "In Brightest day...part 2" from (Recent Donor)Hawklan
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good they could prove John was innocent and then defeated the Manhunters.
and looks like Angel needs a new car :)
Review By [(Recent Donor)Hawklan] • Date [10 Aug 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "In Brightest day....part 1" from (Recent Donor)Hawklan
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nice they went against the drug dealers...on of the worst scum on our planet and I hope they can help
John
Review By [(Recent Donor)Hawklan] • Date [20 Jul 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from Morgomir
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Great chapter. Keep up the good work.
Review By [Morgomir] • Date [19 Jul 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 1" from jimk
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Which Justice League are you basing this on? First, they all seem, at least in this chapter, fairly incompetent. Secondly they seem very under-powered. Superman seems downright weak at least compared to what I've always been used to in any of DC Comics versions.
Review By [jimk] • Date [18 Jul 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 1" from (Current Donor)dogbertcarroll
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Who do you have playing Superman, he seems a bit... weak.
Review By [(Current Donor)dogbertcarroll] • Date [15 Jul 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from Rod
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Apart from the fact that your tenses wobble in a most alarming manner, this reads more like a script for a comic than a story. That would be fine if it was supposed to be a script, but it isn't. The result is frenetic, light on characterisation, and hard to read in places because you're choosing to use fancy fonts rather than the usual speech tags. Sorry, but while I like your underlying story, your storytelling isn't doing it any favours.
Review By [Rod] • Date [14 Jul 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Underwater adventure...part 2" from Difdi
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While the repercussions of melting a polar ice cap would be rather nasty for most coastal cities, it would hardly be the end of the world for the "surface dwellers".

If you were to melt every scrap of ice and snow on the planet (both poles, every glacier, every mountain range, etc) you'd produce an increase in global sea level of slightly more than 300 feet. The planet's a big a place and quite a bit of it is higher than 300 feet above sea level. The entire state of Colorado, the north half of Arizona and all points between, for example, are 5,000+ feet above sea level. They call Colorado the mile-high state for a reason.

New York would be screwed, so would Miami. Los Angeles would be underwater. So would the most built-up areas of Seattle. But I live in Seattle, and it wouldn't be the end of the world for me. My second-favorite library would be underwater, and I'd have trouble getting to work since I don't own a boat...but my place of employment and my house are both above the 400 foot level.

Waterworld was a bad movie for many reasons, not just having Kevin Costner in it.

Edited to add:

Good point. Atlantis's idea of a WMD raises global sea levels slowly enough that people could walk away from the rising waters so as not to drown. They're hardly prepared for what the rest of the world considers to be a WMD. A volley of city-buster nukes, mounted on torpedoes, programmed to detonate if Atlantean technology came within a mile of it would definitely wipe Atlantis off the map. Dropping a few capsules of VX gas on the city of Atlantis, in capsules that reach crush depth right at the average street level would be unspeakably nasty. For that matter, dropping a plane-load of plutonium pellets into the water above the city of Atlantis would pretty much wipe them off the planet too. Even if the radiation didn't get them, the moment they gathered up the pellets into a bucket to haul them away they'd achieve critical mass, and...

(multiple edits because I apparently can't spell today)
Comments from author:
I was more thinking along the lines MAD protocols when the use of WMDs enter the fray.
Review By [Difdi] • Date [14 Jul 12] • Rating [8 out of 10]
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