Justice Society of America #38

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Jesus Merino Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 28, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The Nazis have succeeded and taken over America, which is leading to the scheduled executions of the major heroes and villains in the U.S.! But Mr. Terrific may have figured out a way to topple the Fourth Reich using their own Darkness Engine against them...

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis May 2, 2010

    Mr. Terrific and the captured super heroes put their plan in motion on the arrival of the leader of the Fourth Reich in this alternate future story that looks at what would have happened if the Justice Society had lost to the Fourth Reich and its power nullifier in the present. This story is gripping. What I like about Willingham is that he shows how the Nazi and World War Two element is essential to the identity of the Justice Society. This is an important part of the teams history and he may have created in this storyline which is like a Days of the Future Past, an worthy villain that matches the anti mutant theme of the X-Men. My only worries is that this story will not go further and just simply ape what has been done in the X-Men. I really hope he can go beyond another classic. Merino is perfect for this storyline and I like how he draws the older super heroes. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - inferiorego Apr 28, 2010

    As I said before, readership is down, but this is a storyline is incredibly enjoyable, and if you can, pick up 36 and 37 to get caught up. This is one book, especially this story, that is worth 100% of your time. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - DS Arsenault Apr 29, 2010

    Great story with a lot of momentum. Get in on it, even though it's in mid-arc. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Apr 28, 2010

    "Justice Society of America" isn't a terribly happy comic right now, but knowing that it's a deliberate sequence of events, I'm still more than ready to stay on board. Since the spinning off of half the team into "JSA All-Stars," I've found "Justice Society of America" to be a book that has clarity and a level of interest about it that have been missing for a while. It's nice to see the book back on stable footing once more. Read Full Review

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