There are times that out-of-sync feeling drives me nuts, and times I gloss right over it. The one time I particularly remember were a few issues of Bart Allen's Flash book. The artist (Ken Lashey?) was so clearly out of sync that it made me drop the comic. As awful as that comic was in general -- and it stank on ice -- it was that dissonance that was the final straw.
How bad does a Flash comic have to be for me to drop it? Well, let's just say they never got that bad before or since.
...I've been keeping up with it...I bought #711?? ( not instantly handy ) , the latest is , with Live Wire , ended up being kept contained/good by the " flashy new wave " alternate Superman suit from that late Nineties plotline...
ACTION and SUPERMAN are , currently , the only ongoing , " universe " , titles from either of the Two on my pull !!!!!!!!!!!
Superman walks; everyone has the frownies behind him. That cover is a downer...that, or Superman's super-gas is even more unpleasant than one can imagine......He's speaking for America !!!!!!!!!Remember that Eighties " Hands Across America " stunt/charity single ?
...#711 , if nothing else...shows us that Super-Hip still exists in the DCU !
Is Tito Murray next ?
...And , #711's showing Superman's using that 90s " flashy retro-New Wave suit " to contain Live Wire seems to show to me that to-day's DCU's Superman , New Earth's , whatevs...Is the same Superman who Byrne's MAN OF STEEL #1 introduced , that Superman's life started then !!!
I can live with that .