Justice League Unlimited #8

Writer: Adam Beechen Artist: Carlo Barberi Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 6, 2005 Critic Reviews: 4
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The Question's convinced there's a mind-controlled traitor in the Justice League, but of course no one on the team takes him seriously! Can he get to the bottom of the mystery before the League's secrets are compromised?

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Apr 10, 2005

    This issue of Justice League Unlimited is as good as the first two episodes of the series, which I have finally seen this evening. It exemplifies how comics can compete with the quality in the best genre novels. It exemplifies that the basics of writing need not be thrown out the window just because the writing focuses on a different medium. It exemplifies that comic books, especially all-ages comic books, need not dumb down a story. Adam Beechen in fact does not question your intelligence. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Deeley Apr 10, 2005

    So Justice League Unlimited is a great done-in-one story. Its a mystery with a twist I didnt see coming. And best of all, its a dead-on portrayal of The Question. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Apr 10, 2005

    So thanks to Michael Deeley and Reviews Overlord Keith Dallas for suggesting this one. I had more fun than I thought I would, and as a comic lover, its just great to read a simple yet solid comic story once in a while. No flashy tricks, just good art and good writing, with no sensationalism and no hype. Cant say fairer than that. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Keith Dallas Apr 10, 2005

    Thats my ONLY complaint about the issue. Otherwise, its yet another engrossing issue of JLU which proves monthly that good stories CAN be told in only 20 pages, not unnecessarily ballooned to six issues. Carlos Barberi provides his usual stellar work. Yes, his style perfectly emulates the Justice League Unlimited cartoon, but it is a consistent, admirable comic book style in its own right as well. Flat out, Barberi knows how to tell a story with lines that are thick and clean. Im glad to see he was given the opportunity to provide the issues cover which vividly encapsulates the Questions dilemma within the issue. Read Full Review

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