Justice League #3
JL #3 begins with Steve Trevor freaking out about Diana having escaped some government facility where he was keeping her out of trouble. Which makes me wonder: How much of our knowledge of the old DC Universe’s history are we supposed to be relying on to understand what’s going on in this new reboot? We’ve learned a tiny bit about what’s happened in the time before this...
Justice League #4
Justice League #4 begins with some good old fashioned Teen Titans drama! Victor finds himself transformed into a super powered half-machine human (or half-human machine) and immediately blames his dad for saving his life. But who can blame him? His dad has yet to show an interest in him, only in super hero research. So when Victor finds his father has turned him into a Super Hero, how is Victor...
Justice League #1
NON-SPOILERY AND BORING VERSION: It would have been nice if this comic started out with the Justice League already formed and filled in events throughout the series. It feels awkward having to see the heroes meet for the first time and, of course, fight each other a bit and have little power struggles between them. And I’m not entirely happy with the ‘normals’ versus...
Justice League #2
This kind of actually happens! BIG SPOILERY VERSION So JL #1 promises us Batman vs Superman! Awesome! Oh oh! And look at the cover! Look at them fighting! OH MAN! This is going to be awesome! Here it comes! That’s it? We missed the majority of the fight during a one page check-in on what Barry Allen is doing?! So after checking in on Barry having an ethical crisis at work where he...