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Justice League #1
Geoffrey Borgonia (10/03/2011)
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Your Comments:
Great art but needed more content. Superficial views of the heroes-should have been a double issue. I'm not saying bring back the thought bubbles but more thought panels would have given it more gravitas imo.

Posted by: Sam Meyers on 10/18/2011 1:17:36 PM
This issue didnt work that well outside of the art. But its a set up so lets see what the next few issues bring.

Posted by: Slade Wilson on 10/12/2011 5:26:05 AM
I agree with much of what you've said. I'm eager to check out the second issue and see how the other team members will be introduced.

Posted by: Markus on 10/3/2011 10:48:23 PM
It's my understanding that the "armor" is more ceremonial than for protection. In any case, I leave the explanation to Grant Morrison as he stated he will be presenting the evolution of the suit in Action Comics.

Posted by: Borgy on 10/3/2011 9:41:15 PM
I didn't like this issue. The ending felt cliched and I really didn't know enough about this new Superman to care whether or not Batman fights him. Putting the events five years before "the present" just gave me a sense of disassociation from the rest of the DCU. MEsch has a point when he suggests they should have all started at the same point in time. At least it would have felt relevant. Prequels that try to explain how all the main characters met seem to come off as contrived and boring to me.

And Superman's armor is ridiculous. If he's invulnerable why would he need it? And if he did need it why would he leave his face unprotected? Hey bad guys, AIM FOR THE FACE!

Posted by: Wombatboy on 10/3/2011 9:26:45 PM
My gripe, and I base this on the review, not actually reading JL#1, since my B&M can't keep it on the shelf, is that as a GL & GLC fan, we're GETTING continuity, but not really... here's my point. Granted this review answers my question reading the other titles associated with this reboot (Red Lanterns, GL, GLC, GL: New Guardians) that sotryline for that set of characters continued on through War of the GL's, post-Brightest Day/ Blackest Night. Hal Jordan is expelled & disgraced; Sinestro's back as a GL.

Thankfully the review resolved my dissonance: this takes place 5 years ago. Heaven forbid a relaugnch & reboot all start at the same starting point: Day 1, Year 0.

Posted by: MEsch on 10/3/2011 9:34:01 AM