With the main Justice League series languishing in mediocrity and James Robinson's Cry for Justice doing little to make fans think things will get better when he and Mark Bagley take over next month, this 80-Page Giant stands as one of the single best JLA comics to come along in years. This is the type of story the JLA property demands, and I'd rather see DC hand the book over to any one of these up and coming writers than read anything in the vein of Cry for Justice. Read Full Review
For the sake of whatever God you may or may not worship, do not waste your money on this 80-Page stapled uselessness. I'm lighting the letter F on fire and smashing it forcefully into it's cover. Editorial should have known better and they ended up throwing a bunch of artists and writers under the bus that didn't deserve to look as bad as this. Man, that really makes me mad. I'm totally on board for an 80-Page Giant, but (because of this) I'll be scrutinizing any further releases in this format heavily before deciding to give it another try. Read Full Review
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