Obviously, I am biased. I will readily admit that bias up front. I am an unapologetic fan of the Pre-Crisis Legion of Super Heroes. There is absolutely no comic book that I loved more than the Pre-Crisis Legion. So, it comes as no surprise that I absolutely loved Justice Society of America #6. I found it to be wonderfully captivating and geeked out over all the little nods to the Adventure Era Legion as well as the Super Friends cartoon. Read Full Review
Eaglesham continues to be the most appropriate artist for this series. I just love how his characters look like they come from a 1940s comic book. But more than that, Eaglesham proves that he can draw an interesting swamp and good backgrounds. Another thing that I liked about his work, is that the characters interacted visually without needing writer Johns to add any captions. For example, how Star Girl helps Maxine gives a hint of their friendship. The colouring by Jeremy Cox also has to be mentioned. It's a perfect complement to Eaglesham's work. Read Full Review
While I do like this story overall, and Dale Eagleshams artwork is superb, it is most definitely time to go back to the themes that started this series. It appears that next issue will attempt to recapture much of the momentum that was built after the first few issues. I, for one, am excited for the continuation of Nate Heywood/Citizen Steels story arc. I hope Brad Meltzer can really blow the roof off in the conclusion to The Lightning Saga because the build up has been well told thus far, but its time for the universe altering twist. Read Full Review
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