JLA #92

Writer: Dennis O'Neil Artist: Tan Eng Huat Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Richard Vasseur Feb 11, 2004

    Ok the shape shifting alien has decided with all the violence it sees on Earth we want to kill our selves and it is going to help. Its to bad it didn't decide to help by trying to help people get along better. Can you imagine a world where everyone tries to get along and help each other? That would sure make for a boring comic. So now the JLA has to go after the alien who isn't really evil hes just trying to help. It has just not learned that we want to survive at all costs. Even with all the violence we know life is precious. Now the JLA has to stop the alien or convince it to stop. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 6, 2004

    A incredibly preachy issue that goes out of its way to give us a look at how mankind is destroying themselves, and this would be fine if it was supported by an entertaining plot at its core, but Dennis O'Neil instead offers up a wafer-thin story that requires the JLA to have the collective intellect of a houseplant, as they seem to be completely oblivious to the obvious truth of the matter. I mean you know it's bad when the alien offers up what is clearly a threat, and yet the JLA remain utterly clueless about the situation. Now I'm sure Dennis O'Neil's heart is in the right place, as one only has to turn on the news to get the sense that society is on the verge of going down the tubes, but this issue does more harm than good as there's nothing quite as ineffective at getting a message across than a story that is so clearly designed to raise our social awareness of the problems in the world. I mean there's a reason why most people point to the After School Specials as an example of bad Read Full Review

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