This article was written by guest author Ryan Brown.
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Well, it seems that Comic Book Resources likes to be a credible news site and do research before posting any of the JLA rumors flying willy-nilly around the web.

In the site’s “Comic Reel Wrap” posted on Sept. 4 they say that the latest set of rumors originally posted by IESB and then by us here, have apparently been debunked.

It seems that a vigilante poster took power into his own hands and sent over a couple of false leads to IESB just to see what kind of rumors he could get onto the site.

This vigilante poster makes his comments on The Planet:

i got bored one night, was fed up with what obviously appeared as IESB posting complete B.S. about JLA (not to say that everything they’ve posted is BS), so i decided to put it to the test. i dont want to type the whole story again, so i’ll cut and paste what i posted at SHH!:

this recent “rumor” from IESB is complete and utter B.S., and i can say this with certaintly because im the one who fabricated the whole thing and mailed it in.

but this wasnt the only “email scoop” i sent them. and Robert Sanchez’s response and reaction to each email was very telling of IESB’s questionable tactics…..

Seems that the boy is none too fond of the way sites post all sorts of slapdash rumors posted on movie sites.

Hey, if anything good comes out of this it’s that this rumor more than likely this rumor from Film Junk is really, really not true, and we can all breathe a sigh of relief.


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