JLA #95

Writer: Chris Claremont Artist: John Byrne Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Apr 2, 2004

    The Justice League are more than a marketing tool or trademark name, and DC is finally beginning to realize this. They belong together on a much more fundamental level. The artwork and the story combined reinforce this feeling. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 12, 2004

    My enjoyment of this issue was dampened a bit by the news story that the collection of characters that we get in this issue are going to be the new Doom Patrol, as John Byrne decides that the best direction to take the Doom Patrol franchise is to jettison the work of all the other writers who worked on the book before his arrival. Still, getting the focus back on this issue, I will say that there are some exciting moments in this issue, as John Stewart gets some solid panel time, as we discover his power ring does provide some measure of protection from mind-control. I also enjoyed the plight of the Atom, as he finds himself trapped on a subatomic world with no help in sight, and seemingly powerless to save himself from the onslaught of a group of attacking creatures. The issue also offers up a somewhat interesting back-story for the vampires that make up the tenth circle, as Wonder Woman offers up a story of a battle between the Amazons and a host of vampires that I wouldn't mind see Read Full Review

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