JLA #80

Writer: Joe Kelly Artist: Duncan Rouleau Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 18, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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The JLA is caught in the middle of a tense standoff between a metahuman commune and the federal government. Will the Leaguers bring peace or set off a bloody conflict? Artist Duncan Rouleau joins writer Joe Kelly for the new arc "The White Rage!"

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 11, 2003

    A story that never quite manages to convince me that this is a problem that would bring in the JLA, as before they arrived the situation didn't look to be all that conflicted. Now while there might be more going on below the surface, the simple fact of the matter is that this book is heavily dependent on the situation suddenly erupting into utter chaos, and the book manages to make this a JLA level crisis by having the team run around doing little more than stirring the pot. I mean when a half dozen other methods of dealing with a situation instantly spring to mind as being better courses of action than the JLA are shown performing, then one starts to think the writer is deliberately padding the material. Now the final page offers up a pretty impressive surprise, and I look forward to the new members getting some time on center stage, but most of this issue left me a bit unimpressed. I did enjoy the little media event in the opening pages, and I wish Joe Kelly had spent a little more t Read Full Review

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