JLA #69

Writer: Joe Kelly Artist: Yvel Guichet Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 22, 2002

    I'm not going to say that this issue lived up to all my expectations, as several of my favorites that I had convinced myself I saw on the silhouetted version of the cover ended up being someone else. Still it's great to see Green Arrow, the Atom & Firestorm back in the JLA, and Major Disaster, Hawkgirl & Nightwing are all welcome additions. As for Jason Blood & Faith, I must admit I know so little about the former that he's in pretty much the same boat as the latter, in that they both have to convince me that they're good characters. In the end Joe Kelly & company did a fairly good job of preserving the lineup of this new JLA, and the end product is certainly a diverse mix of personalities that should make for very interesting reading. Joe Kelly also manages to inject his regular allotment of humor into the material, as one does have to smile at Captain Marvel's final line, and I love that Batman had foreseen that Green Arrow would be shooting off his mouth when the group had assembled Read Full Review

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