Terrorism isn't out of bounds for comic books to use, but it must be used within the rules of drama. Batman, for instance, in a John Ostrander issue of JLA attacked a group of terrorists that intended to destroy Gotham City as a political statement. These were not costumed crazies. They mirrored the terrorists that would do such a thing. Likewise, Aquaman in an issue of Brave and Bold brought down a plane, that was loaded with a bomb sensitive to pressure that would have detonated and destroyed Gotham, into an air-pocket under the sea. The people who were behind the scheme were not garish ninnies. Instead they mirrored the drug lords of Afghanistan. Union Jack cannot decide upon a tone. It tries for all and fails miserably. Read Full Review
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