I won't hide the fact that I've been less than impressed with this book as of late, with this latest arc being a perfect example of what I feel is the main problem with this book. The problems that the JLA face are too dependent on the message that Joe Kelly is looking to express, while forgetting the simple rules of entertainment. Now I'm not saying the JLA has to be a book that should be devoid of plots that require one to wear one's thinking cap, but I do have a problem with the book when the book utterly fails to deliver any real moments that one could point to as a JLA moment. This book is more a collection of small bite sized samplings than the full course meal it needs to be, and the simple fact that most of the ideas only seem to be half realized doesn't really help matters. I can't deny that I love the new lineup though, and there are some fun little moments, such as the ever-intriguing romantic embrace that plays out on the final page. Read Full Review
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