Justice League of America #10

Writer: Brad Meltzer Artist: Ed Benes Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 20, 2007 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
6.6Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

Best-selling author Brad Meltzer and superstar artist Ed Benes bring you the final chapter of the 5-part "Lightning Saga," as the true mission of the Legionaires is revealed! Plus, a hero makes an astonishing return to the DC Universe!

  • 9.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Jun 21, 2007

    I loved Justice League of America #10. I am actually sad that this story arc is over. It was wonderful being able to see my beloved Pre-Crisis Legion of Super Heroes back in action once again. No other version of the Legion can even come close to the Pre-Crisis Legion. Seeing the Pre-Crisis Legion in this story arc made me realize just how much I really missed them. Hopefully, we will get to see more of the Pre-Crisis Legion soon. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jun 25, 2007

    *The Villain is the Hero in His Own Story Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Jun 22, 2007

    Welcome back, Wally. I have missed you. While everything in this saga pointed to the return of Barry Allen, I could not be happier that the Flash I grew up with, the Flash I know and love, Wally West, is back. Since he disappeared into the speed force during Infinite Crisis, the future of Wally was a bit sketchy. I realize I have been very outspoken about Bart Allen as the Flash, and therell be more on that later, but to me Wally West is the Flash. In an interesting twist, his twin children seemed to have aged quite a bit since we last saw them, but that doesnt matter; Wally West has returned, and it appears he will be the savior of the universe. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comics Bulletin - Nicholas Slayton Jul 10, 2007

    All in all, "The Lightning Saga" failed. Sure, the Legion succeeded, but as a story this was not exactly the best there could have been. Instead of giving the reader some interaction between the JSoA and the JLoA, pointless exposition and a lack of any real action dragged it down. Johns provided some great moments with his handling of the Legion and the truly creepy Arkham Asylum sequence, but Meltzer's hand, especially in this issue, folded miserably. This could have been so good, but it just bombed. Read Full Review

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