JLA #123

Writer: Bob Harras Artist: Tom Derenick Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 3
5.7Critic Rating
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  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - John Hays Dec 18, 2005

    Im looking forward to the final confrontation between Green Arrow and Batman, but this storyline has been extremely disappointing overall. I just hope that DC will still care enough about the title when it returns to bring it back in style. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin T. Brown Dec 18, 2005

    Overall, this issue falls victim to the need of a tie-in and disbanding of the JLA. Both the creators and fans are left to deal with this crisis in a not so satisfying way. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Dec 18, 2005

    From a fans perspective, there are myriad reasons for a JLAbut not everyone wants the same thing from DCs flagship team title. From a heros perspective, though, the Justice League must serve each members established goals of creating a better world. Even if such a goal would justify the existence of the alliance, however, this does not necessarily mean that the requisite teamwork is possible to make the League work. After Identity Crisis, that is the status quo, and that is the issue the first few installments of World Without a Justice League set out to address. While it is not desirable to have just a bunch of costumed do-gooders talking about their problems for five issues, it would be nice if the B-plot more directly represented the conflicts within the JLA. With the arc more than half way over, the Keys rampage does not appear to fulfill that role. Tying everything in at the end is not the same as having an underlying theme present throughout, and its really looki Read Full Review

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