Everyone should try this one out, if only for the pleasing direction. Where else are you going to get a self-contained story for $2.25 each week, that you know is going to be true to the characters and not the writer's prerogative? I know of very few, and this is certainly one I can always count on. Hell, it's better than what Joe Kelley did last week Read Full Review
John Delaney is of course familiar with these characters from his days on Adventures in the DCU, and while his treatment of the League varies from each member, the artwork is uniformly action-packed as well as emotion-filled. The sly smiles shared between Superman and Wonder Woman when they contact Batman who has a memorable moment when pitted against the Penguin exhibit atypical aspects of the characters. The standout scene when J'onn telepathically alerts Shayera displays Mr. Delaney's talent for depicting various camera angles within the animated style, and his body language for Shay who is the Leaguer that shares the spotlight with John Stewart--the cover is a little misleading--fits her perfectly. Read Full Review
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