Justice League of America #0
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Justice League of America #0

Writer: Brad Meltzer Artist: Various Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 19, 2006 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 1
8.2Critic Rating
10User Rating

Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman. The core heroes of the DCU are back, but after the events of INFINITE CRISIS, where do they stand? A bevy of the industry's best artists, including Ed Benes, George Perez, Jim Lee, J.H. Williams, Gene Ha, Kevin Maguire, and more, take a look at the past, present, and future of the World's Greatest Super Heroes!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin T. Brown Jul 23, 2006

    Suffice it to say, DC potentially has a monster hit on its hands here. Justice League of America is in extremely good hands. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Jul 19, 2006

    Justice League of America #0 accomplished its purpose of stirring up interest for Justice League of America #1. It was nice to see the big three come together once again and stand united. I am looking forward to this first issue of the JLA. I believe that Meltzer is going to do an excellent job writing this title. I hope plenty of people give this title a chance. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Aronson Jul 23, 2006

    As much love as I have for the narrative, there are a few blips that make me halt in my praise. What does that cast of characters on Jim Lees page have to do with whats going on in the dialogue? Are they pretty much telling us that Diana is Wonder Woman in the now scene? But that doesnt add up, since the characters on the final page Captain Marvel, Aquaman, Hawkman to name a few dont jive at all with their current incarnations and whereabouts. I cant tell if its a continuity goof, a spoiler or something else entirely, but its an unnecessarily confusing way to end what could have been a story. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Charles Emmett Jul 23, 2006

    While theres nothing really new here, there is a lot to be excited about with the new upcoming series. Even though this issue did more for me than the entire History of the DCU backup in 52, I still have a few questions about the new timeline and so on and so forth, though thats not really the point of this issue. The point is to introduce you to the concepts and ideals behind the Justice League, and on that front, it succeeds admirably. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Caryn A. Tate Jul 23, 2006

    As far as the art goes, it was a great chance to display art by several different artists, and I enjoyed them all. Its always fun to see different takes on the characters, and it all fit here. And of course, Im always excited to see a Michael Turner cover, and this fantastic one was no exception. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Jul 23, 2006

    I hope with all my heart that Justice League of America doesnt become bloated and out of touch with the characters, which is unlikely due to Meltzers skill. However, some of the clues presented in this issue as well as the Magnificent Seven plot we are about to embark on has me wondering: Can Meltzer handle a sustained super-hero team series? I guess well see. My advice to him is to not cave into the pressures of Justice League fans, but rather stay within his strengths. Whos in? Hopefully some characters with room to grow and emotional complexity, as this plays into Meltzers wheelhouse. Read Full Review

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