TGSD, though I will comment on them making Cap the leader of a team with that name, considering the guy surrendered just when he was winning Civil War, because he cared what the racist, fickle-minded, easily duped population of the Marvel Universe thought.
I really like team Heaven and Earth also. I drew a bad spot here, but I wasn't expecting so much Magneto Hate. I honestly think team Take Down would be a formidable foe. And would Jesse's "word" be able to stop the Juggernaut once he is in motion?
Preacher's word of God is basically his deus ex machina, whatever he says - you do.
He tells Juggernaut to stop and pick poseys for a year, Juggs stops and pick poseys. He says to take out the rest of Take Down, he'd do that too, happily.
Constantive is good against demons and all, but I got nothing of the sort on my team. Yes Sabertooth could be considered one mean motherfuckingbeastfromhell, but he isN,t from there, so John's powers (from what I know) would do much.
Constantine has powers that can and have been used on humans before. He's put evil hexes on people, hell, he put his abusive father on Lucifer's map and let Lucifer fuck with him. He has no real "super power" except he is adept with magic, is very smart, and has a metric crapload of knowledge on arcane artifacts and weapons.
and thanks for the compliment on wanting to read this book. So would I. It's the one team of mine that really feels (to me at least) like it could be a real book if DC and Marvel wanted it to be.
Plus with Deadman you'd have some good smartassery and Etrigan is just awesome.
While the characters of Power Pack were children, the series often dealt with mature issues. Many of the social problems of the eighties found their way into the book's storylines. These themes were usually addressed realistically: for instance, in one story arc about drug use, one of Alex's classmates died from a crack overdose and another character was killed in an armed robbery which he undertook to feed his habit. In an issue set during the Mutant Massacre, the Pack walked into a room of dead mutants.
Among the themes addressed were:
* Environmental pollution * Sexual abuse (special issue) * Drug abuse * Runaways * Kidnapping * Gun violence * Bullies * Murder * Death of parents/guardians * Missing children  * Homelessness
Wow. And they say Teen Titans is depressing these days...
Yeah, ah well. The bitch is I but Terrific and Wildfire on that team specifically to draw your and Lou's votes. But it was pointless and I could have made either of the other teams stronger. Or run the Survivors of the Fridge out there (Did you know Canary was raped too? Hawkgirl had a soul possess her when she killed herself. Echo was manipulated into killing by her foster father the Kingpin. Boy, women have it tough in comics.)
I just liked the "Titans decide the world needs a League" idea because I thought it made the team make sense. And Nightwing following in Batman's footsteps and deciding the League was too big and the world needed Outsiders seemed cool. So I wanted to get it out there.