Justice League of America #46

Justice League of America #46

Writer: James Robinson Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 30, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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BRIGHTEST DAY continues with the start of an all-new, 5-part JLA/JSA crossover! The return of one hero heralds the release of the powerful Starheart that empowers Green Lantern Alan Scott. Now this chaotic force is unleashed on Earth, causing magic to go wild and new metahumans to emerge! It's more than one super-team can handle, but can even the combined efforts of the Justice League and the Justice Society contain the light and dark power wielded by one of their own? Witness the transformation of the moon and a journey into the Shadow Lands that will corrupt a hero!Continued in next month's JSA #41, this epic event features a 5-part connected cover spotlighting both teams in glorious action illustrated by Mark Bagley with inks by Jesus Merino!

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Aug 14, 2010

    Bagley is an action-oriented artist and his work is one of the most dynamic of the comic book industry. Theres a kind of energy that was only found in older John Byrne stories that is still refreshing. However, I have to admit that reading this comic book feels like reading a Marvel comic book as opposed to a DC Comics title. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary - Anj Jul 2, 2010

    So, overall some ups and downs here but I thought more ups. As always, the inclusions of the small things - be it Supergirl/Dick, or Jesse's devotion to her dad, or Jade's feelings for Kyle - mean as much to me as the big things. In this issue, maybe even more than the big things. And slowly but surely I have come to really appreciate Mark Bagley's art. Solid layouts, strong characterization, small details ... nothing but good things to say about it here. I really like the way he draws Jade. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Jul 3, 2010

    Of course, we can't judge the series properly until we see more of it, and so far we've just seen a lot of action scenes. Hopefully we'll get some more story in the chapters ahead. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Jun 30, 2010

    While this continues to be a classic team book done right, I couldn't help thinking that this wasn't as good as the previous issue. While I like the idea of giving each member of the team their own personal narrative, I think that my diminished enthusiasm in this issue stems from all the captions cluttering eachother. Despite all of that, Bagley's art continues to be simply amazing to follow. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Jul 2, 2010

    "Justice League of America" is no longer a "must skip" book, but it's also yet to find its footing. I'd like to see the book stop rushing from one "event" to the next ("Blackest Night" tie-ins! New line-up! Replacement new line-up! Crossover with the JSA!) and just take its time a bit more. I feel like Robinson and Bagley have it in them to make a stronger book, but so far it's not getting to that point. Read Full Review

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