JLA Classified once again proves to be superior to the disassembly of the JLA, but that's not really saying much is it? Let's just say if you're looking for a meaningful super-hero book that doesn't take itself too seriously, look no further. Read Full Review
If you want to see what Kevin Maguire brings to this book you only have to open this book to it's final page, as we see Sue Dibny and Maxwell Lord debating what to do about the mystic artifact that teleports people to Hell, as the entire comedic momentum of this sequence rests upon the facial expressions of these two, and Max's face after he questions Sue's devotion to Ralph stands up my personal favourite visual moment of the issue. As for the rest of the issue, how can one not love a book that opens with a giant rampaging G'Nort, and the cover image can't help but make one smile, as Guy's expression is priceless. The sequence where we see a character trying to decided whether to kill Fire is also extremely well presented by the art, as their transformation into a cold-blooded killer is very nicely done, and it acts as a perfect visual contrast to everything that we know about this character. I'd be a little more depressed about this arc ending if I didn't know that he was following G Read Full Review
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