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Let me start off this short review by saying, I love the way the new lineup of the Justice League is shaping up! Past members of the Titans deserve the status that being a Leaguer represents and I expect nothing but greatness from Cyborg, Donna, Batman (Dick Grayson), and Starfire. I'm also happy that Dr. Light is remaining with the team, but I can't wait till Kimi finds her backbone again and becomes the b*tch of the team (it's so much fun!). Unfortunately because of recent events in Justice Le...4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
This issue begins with Vixen resigning. Then, we see Donna Troy in a hospital, fighting thugs who have kidnapped children. She then says she doesn't want this life.... Until Diana convinces her to be part of the JLA. The rest of the issue is basically how they gather the next team members. The final roaster? Donna Troy, Red Tornado, Batman, Doctor Light, Cyborg, Starfire, Mon-El, The Atom, The Ray, Green Lantern, Green Arrow and Congorilla. The Artwork was Awesome and the characters were respec...5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
The Justice League of America (JLA) boasts the sub-title of "World's Greatest Heroes." Lately, though, the JLA has seen better days. Tie-in events of Blackest Night, Cry for Justice, and Final Crisis have left the League dismantled, losing several members to death, dismemberment and mental health issues. Issue #41 finds the JLA hurting, seeking meaning and rebuilding itself.James Robinson and Mark Bagley continue their run with issue #41, telling tales of a League worn down by trials and loss. A...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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