"The Tenth Circle" in JLA indeed deserves to be lauded. While the usual lack of DC continuity causes mild headaches and Superman is caught too easily, the story's quality, the artwork's beauty and the handling of the characters offer the best read since Grant Morrison left the book. Read Full Review
A somewhat promising start as while it's not the home run that one would've hoped for, the opening chapter of this story does set in place some exciting ideas, and I'm curious to see where they plan on heading. Now I'm not convinced that vampires are the best opponents for the JLA as they are easily beaten once the JLA manage to locate them, and while it's difficult to come up with a threat that would challenge the considerable power levels of the JLA, an ancient band of vampires doesn't exactly project the proper sense of menace. Still having Superman fall under the spell of this group is a good first step as it effectively removes the JLA's most powerful member, and places him on the side of the bad guys, which is a good way to get me on side, as the promise of a battle between Superman and the JLA sounds like a very exciting idea. As for the mystery group that looks to be keeping an eye of the situation, I imagine Chris Claremont is following a path that Marv Wolfman already carved Read Full Review
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