I have no idea why I bought the GL/GA issue - I have the trades.
Superboy 25 is well worth digging out as Knockout has a large part in it. It was really nice to be reminded of her role in this series. Not only do we get her origin story but the other Furies come looking for her and she wins the fight. Hence the pileup on the cover. There is something quite bizzare about this issue as there are 5 posters in the back. One is Superboy about o get eaten by sharks, one is him with a rainbow dinosaur and a groupie, one shows him being carried by Krypto (by the collar). The fourth is him and Impulse with two ladies and the final one is this:
Impulse 19 is Bart's efforts to get to sleep and his dreams. Poor sod. It must be very boring when you're a speedster from the future forced to do everything in normal time.
I'm sure I already have this too. Mary and Billy are powerless as the Trials of Shazam have granted the magic to Freddie. Mary at first appears bitter about this, but then we realise this si justa ploy to brign Blaze into the open to Freddie can defeat her. I forget Blaze's origin, but I do recall how I was pleased when she was woven into the Marvel stories. This issue is a good one.
Despite thinking I already had this, I don't. This is much better than I expected. There is a lot going on but it doesn't get confusing as James Robinson plots it really well. The art is lovely and the switch between timeframes is nicely done.
Starman and Congorilla are on the hunt for Malavar from Gorilla City as he can help them witha Justice League crisis. Tthe only problem is that Malavar has the bad guys after him and has some important business to carry out, so when our heroes do find him, they need to fight until business is concluded. This works out rather well as it turns out that Malavar was resurrecting Tasmanian Devil in a Lazarus pit. You may remember that he was killed and turned into a rug in Cry for Justice. Thankfully, no one stays dead in comics.