JLA Classfied was exciting without being shocking. Everybody was in character or rather the characterization you hoped they would exhibit. This is characterization I may add that did not depend upon the spinning of a new continuity, and all the art just looked scrumptious. After reading JLA Classified Ellis even forced me to look up the phrase "bow wave" at wikipedia.com. When author is smarter than I am and transplants that intelligence to the story, I'm always happy. Read Full Review
As with most multi-part stories at the moment, the second part usually feels like filler. This is no exception here, BUT it is quality filler and exciting filler, so all is forgiven, and the story does more on a little. I have no doubt that this is going to be a great story when we get to read all six parts together. Read Full Review
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