JLA #100

Writer: Joe Kelly Artist: Doug Mahnke, Tom Nguyen Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 30, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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The JLA is torn apart when Vera Black makes her debut as leader of the Elite, with intentions to clear her family name and show the JLA "how things should be done!" The shockwaves from this issue change the face of the JLA and divide its ranks!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 6, 2004

    Doug Mahnke's work doesn't blow me away when it's called upon to deliver the large scale JLA moments, and given they were supposed to be the big impact moments that would convince the world it needed to unite under one banner, I have to say I was less than impressed by the confusion that surrounded the panels where the JLA members looked to have bought the farm. Still I did enjoy the visual design of the new Elite and there are some solid visuals in these pages such as the panel where Plastic Man has his molecules disrupted, or on the following page when an enraged Superman emerges from the rubble. There's also a nice double page spread, that makes the cheesy plot development where the entire world battles the Elite a visually effective sequence. Read Full Review

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