Justice Society of America #41

Justice Society of America #41

Writer: James Robinson Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 21, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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In part 2 of the JLA/JSA crossover, the Starheart has staked its claim on Alan Scott and his kids Jade and Obsidian! Can the combined might of the Justice Society and the Justice League break up the newly reunited family before they unwittingly unleash serious damage on the DC Universe?Also features the second piece of the 5-part interconnecting cover by Mark Bagley and Jesus Merino!

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jul 26, 2010

    In the end, this is full-out superhero magic. Or superheroes versus magic. Whatever. It's good, and it's a worthy heir to the Summer Comics of legend. I'm enjoying this JLA/JSA event, and can't wait to throw the next installment on the floor and crank the box fan up to high. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary - Anj Jul 26, 2010

    So overall this was a good issue even if it only moved the overall plot forward a smidge. It seems like this was more a fleshing out issue, adding some depth to the proceedings rather than storming forward. Bagley's art was fine here although some pages had a more rough feel to them than others; I wonder if he was rushed a bit. Still, I am enjoying this Dark Things story arc. Good stuff. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Aug 15, 2010

    Bagleys work does create a unified look for the entire story that often does not happen in a crossover. Because his work is action-oriented, it reads well. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jul 26, 2010

    Batman has the firepower he needs to stage a rescue mission, but they're still flying blind as they don't know what's going on. They gain an ally who figures out mysteries by the end, though, and as long as the story keeps looking this good I'll follow it to the end. Even though I know Robinson is capable of more nuanced work than this series of fight scenes. By the way, if you find the cover hard to track, it's part of a continuous wrap-around for each of part of the crossover, the final piece of which reveals their ultimate foe. Read Full Review

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