Justice League #29 (2018)
Justice League #29 (2018), $3.99

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT

(W) Scott Snyder
(A) Bruno Redondo
(CA) Francis Manapul

Does a Starro dream of an electric Justice League? Sensing the danger to come, Jarro fears for his newfound friends. He ponders each one and their potential fate to decide whether he should mentally block them from going forward into what could be certain destruction…the coming war with the Legion of Doom!
Date Available: 08/07/2019

BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


THUD! THUD! THUD! That is the sound of a long time comic fan hitting his head on the desk after reading #29. There was a time when DC's innocent multiverse was willing to accept a space-faring giant starfish who made mind controlling clones that ridiculously stuck to your face and made you utter lines from some fetish video. Trying to legitimise this character by turning him into some mutant bodybuilder with a oversized eyeball strapped around his chest like a toga was bad enough but now we have a cute heroic version of him that's been adopted by Batman?! Now I realize that Jarro has been around for a little while but this issue thrusts him straight into center stage. Being revealed to be a cross between Hal Jordan's tiny alien plant buddy, Itty and a Black Mercy, just seems wrong. This issue gives everyone a breather to try and get caught up before the war begins. I'd give it a 7 based on creative use of a storyline plot point but this is an unnecessary pause in the action and simply milks it for another issue.

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


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