JLA Classified #1
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JLA Classified #1

Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Ed McGuinness Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 3, 2004 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 2
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A Justice League three-part tale written by Grant Morrison with art by Ed McGuinness! The Ultramarine Corps take the brunt of an assault by Gorilla Grodd's guerrilla-militia. But where's the JLA? Only Batman remains to sort out this mystery!

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Nov 5, 2004

    Oh, and if anybody's interested to know who else made up the Club of Heroes: Batman & Robin, Superman, The Gaucho, The Legionary and the Musketeer (Encyclopedia of Comic Book Heroes Volume One: Batman by Michael Fleisher) Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 12, 2004

    Ed McGuinness is not exactly the best match for Grant Morrison's rather chaotic script, as he's always struck me as an artist who needs the writer to clearly lay out the action, or he'll simply fall back into the habit of offering up pinup shots of the characters, and this issue pretty much reaffirms this belief, as the art does a very poor job of actually detailing what the powers of this cast of characters are. Now I will concede he does a fantastic job of making Grodd out to be a terrifying entity, as our first look at him is a great looking reveal shot, and our final shot of the character is equally impressive. I'll also give the art full marks for the sequence where Squire is knocked off her sky cycle as it's a fun cute meet moment. However, most of the issue is a simply a series of cool looking images that don't really make for a coherent story. Still, the final page manages to set up a solid final image to carry us into the next issue. Read Full Review

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