JLA #76

JLA #76

Writer: Joe Kelly Artist: Lew LaRosa Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 25, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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The JLA finally has a moment to catch its breath, as the aftershocks of "The Obsidian Age" slowly begin to fade. But once one of the Leaguers announces that he'll be taking an extended leave of absence, others soon follow. When the dust settles, a new League is born!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 30, 2002

    This is a pretty solid transition issue, as Joe Kelly pares down his expanded lineup to a more manageable number, and delivers a couple nice surprises. The members that make their way off the team are given pretty solid reasons for doing so, and the new additions should add a nice breath of fresh air to a lineup that could certainly use it. I also like the idea that Joe Kelly takes the time to show us that the JLA have been emotionally scarred by their latest adventure, with the Flash getting himself a particularly powerful little moment, and Superman having an all too rare flash of anger. As for the art, Lewis La Rosa has a gritty style that works quite well on the scenes where Plastic Man is pulling his shattered mind & body back together, but it doesn't lend itself to the more humorous moments, such as the opening pages where we see Plastic Man's Silver Age inspired dream sequence. Read Full Review

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