JLA #77

Writer: Rich Veitch Artist: Darryl Banks Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 29, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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A standalone issue written by Rick Veitch! Something is stealing the memories of the JLA members! How will Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, and the Atom defeat a nemesis that has the ability to turn their most personal recollections against them?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 2, 2003

    The way this crisis is resolved is a bit unimpressive, and some of the material feels like it could've used a little more room to breath as the issue does seem to be a little too large for it's twenty-two pages. Still, Rick Veitch did successfully create a problem that provided a solid challenge to the JLA, which is something to be proud of considering the immense power levels of this team. The problem he comes up with is also pretty clever, as it's an attack that is quite unlike anything I've seen before, and it also has the added advantage allowing the writer to be creative in how the device will affect the targeted hero. In the end, Rick Veitch has created a very powerful weapon that could be put the great use in a future issue, as in the hands of a already powerful villain, this device would make them virtually unstoppable. It's also great to see the Atom pushed on to center stage, as he plays a key role in the eventual victory. Still, one gets the sense that this story would've be Read Full Review

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