Review: Justice Society of America #42
Worrying over the story "interrupting" the JSA comic seems like a bit of meta-thinking to me. Kinda like when I see a review where one of the "bad" point is if a story isn't a good starting point for new readers. A story should be judged on its own merits and sometimes a good story needs be off the beaten path for a bit or require some prior knowledge.
I'm enjoying this arc through the JLA/JSA books and I'm enjoying the writing and the art. However it isn't perfect in any of these respects (some panels look less good than others and some bits of dialog seem off). I'm more of a JLA fan than a JSA fan but I do enjoy this book. I just hope that at the end of the story both books can go on to more contained and consistent stories/writing/artwork as you sugest. And if you think the JSA is in need of establishing itself again then the JLA is most definitely in need of it.
I just hope that we can get a solid fixed team of heroes together. Batman, Donna Troy, Congorilla and Starman are great and i was loving their interactions before this arc started. What I'm looking forward to now is having Supergirl and (hopefully) Kyle Rayner added to that mix as a proper team.
Still, I agree with the review although I might be tempted to give it a 4 rather than a 3.5.
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