Justice Society of America #11

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Dale Eaglesham Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 5, 2007 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
5.8Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

"Thy Kingdom Come" explodes as the JSA reaches out to the next wave of legacy heroes including the new Mr. America and Judomaster! Meanwhile, Power Girl deals with the harsh memories of her dead cousin that the new Superman's presence has started to unearth in her.

  • 6.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Dec 7, 2007

    Justice Society of America #11 was a time waster. This issue was nothing more than pure filler. Johns used this issue to kill some time before the next major story arc. I'll forgive a momentary hiccup in what has been a fantastic read ever since Justice Society of America #1. Even dependable and strong titles like Justice Society of America throw out a clunker issue every once in a while. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Dec 5, 2007

    It's still JSA and the issue is fairly good, but if you are only interested in the KC Superman stuff, there's not much to see here and very little of note actually happens. JSA fans will love it, but for everyone else, I'd almost recommend avoiding it. Read Full Review

  • 5.8
    IGN - Dan Phillips Dec 5, 2007

    So what gives? Why's "Tall, Gray and Mopey" involved in this storyline to begin with? Besides the obvious answer that it would help sell more issues, I honestly couldn't tell you. I just hope he goes away sometime soon, so this book can get back to the type of legacy-driven storylines that made it one of my favorite titles on the stands. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Dec 7, 2007

    Overall, KC Superman has got to go and Johns needs to be allowed to get back to the true core of this series. Legacy and family is definitely what makes this series click and KC Supermans involvement only pushes those themes to the side. I cant say that Im not slightly into how this will play out, but if it results in KC Supermans permanent residence in the JSA, then I think this book may find its way off my pull list. Although, Dale Eagleshams art is enough to keep any reader coming back, hes one of those artists that could sell a comic book with no words or story. Read Full Review

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