JLA #93

Writer: Dennis O'Neil Artist: Tan Eng Huat Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 3, 2004

    This simply isn't an enjoyable reading experience, and that's the biggest problem a comic can have in my books. I mean the story is an entirely predictable affair, and there's nothing about that manages to convince me that Dennis O'Neil has anything new to add to the argument that mankind seems intent on destroying themselves. In fact the most annoying thing about this issue is that is acts like it's got some profound message its delivering, as it basically echoes the same arguments that have been offered up since the 1960s peace and love movement. Simply because it's an important message doesn't give Dennis O'Neil a free pass to deliver an utterly predictable story, with the only reason it's managed to last its three issue length stemming from the fact that the JLA are presented as being incredibly slow to realize information that is painfully obvious to the readers. Of course there's also the simply fact that Dennis O'Neil seems to feel that the people reading the issue are as slow a Read Full Review

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