It's the epic finale of the 3-part Royal Flush arc as Roulette and Amos Fortune raise the stakes, and the JLA go all in! But with the odds against them, the team had better pray for a last-minute miracle before their chips are cashed in for good.
Wein and Derenick helped right the Justice League franchise ship that had veered wildly off-course due to crossovers, creative team shake-ups, and scheduling crises. This title may not be the greatest title being published by DC Comics, but Wein and Derenick have at least provided consistency for the past few months. Whatever happens with the next iteration of "Justice League of America" won't be lauded or cursed due to Wein and Derenick, but these two should be kept in reserve if a change is needed once more. They've filled in admirably here and would almost certainly do so again. I just hope they use a villainous foil other than Amos Fortune next time. Read Full Review
Obviously this issue was just filling space until James Robinson's JLA appears next month, but couldn't the creative staff have devoted some work to creating a comic that was reasonably professional? Read Full Review
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