JLA #107

Writer: Kurt Busiek Artist: Ron Garney Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 30, 2004

    JLA is a good taste of what is to come from Busiek, Garney, Green and Baron. When I first heard that Busiek was coming aboard to fix the JLA, I nearly did a jig. This issue lives up to my hopes. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 10, 2004

    Ron Garney hasn't really impressed me with his recent work, and his efforts on this opening issue haven't left me with the sense that he's the best artist for this title, as JLA is a title that requires the artist to be able to deliver the large scale action, and his art simply doesn't strike me as being up to the task. Now I will concede that there's not much in the way of action in this issue, and he does a pretty solid job on what little there is, as the panel of the rampaging Construct made for a menacing visual. However, there is also some real cause for concern, as the scene where the JLA investigate the cosmic egg takes place in a featureless void, when the art had the opportunity to delivery some wildly imaginative background visuals. The same goes for the scene within the Construct's virtual prison, as it's a rather unimaginative environment. Read Full Review

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