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Old September 8 2013, 11:56 PM   #16
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Re: Pre-STIII, post-STII fiction

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So pretty much the opposite of Diane Carey then.
I really liked the vast majority of Diane Carey's novels that I have read. Mostly the early ones.
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^I think Noddy is aware of the DC version of events and is saying that, since it doesn't fit anymore, it would be nice to see a new book-continuity story that explained the extra damage.

Seems like I heard something about two differnt species going to war or something...I don't remember.
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