Justice Society of America #12 (2006)

Justice Society of America #12 (2006)

$3.50
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Geoff Johns & Alex Ross Art by Dale Eaglesham & Ruy Jose Cover by Alex Ross Variant cover by Eaglesham & Jose
“Thy Kingdom Come” explodes as Jakeem Thunder returns! The Justice Society reaches out to the next wave of legacy heroes: the new Mr. America, Judomaster, Amazing Man and more! Plus, another face familiar to the Kingdom Come Superman makes his presence known.

"I can’t figure out if I love or hate this issue of JSA. I mean, it’s a fun little read that focuses on the interaction between the younger members while the older members are out recruiting. But, they don’t fight anything. It’s just a comic where heroes hang out and other heroes go get more heroes to join. I just… what are the new heroes going to do? Hang out? And? I shouldn’t really feel this way. This book’s mission statement hasn’t changed in any way. From the start of this series, it’s been made very clear that the point of the JSA in the DCU isn’t to stop bank robberies or divert meteors or track down Brother Blood. The JSA exists to train and support new superheroes. I guess to me, the thing is: what good is this team and these heroes if all they do is hang out? So, yeah. This issue’s an okay little story, and the new characters are interesting enough, but a villain needs to be involved in this storyline pretty soon."

THIS BOOK GETS 7 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Geoff Johns & Alex Ross Art by Dale Eaglesham & Ruy Jose Cover by Alex Ross Variant cover by Eaglesham & Jose
“Thy Kingdom Come” explodes as Jakeem Thunder returns! The Justice Society reaches out to the next wave of legacy heroes: the new Mr. America, Judomaster, Amazing Man and more! Plus, another face familiar to the Kingdom Come Superman makes his presence known.

"I can’t figure out if I love or hate this issue of JSA. I mean, it’s a fun little read that focuses on the interaction between the younger members while the older members are out recruiting. But, they don’t fight anything. It’s just a comic where heroes hang out and other heroes go get more heroes to join. I just… what are the new heroes going to do? Hang out? And? I shouldn’t really feel this way. This book’s mission statement hasn’t changed in any way. From the start of this series, it’s been made very clear that the point of the JSA in the DCU isn’t to stop bank robberies or divert meteors or track down Brother Blood. The JSA exists to train and support new superheroes. I guess to me, the thing is: what good is this team and these heroes if all they do is hang out? So, yeah. This issue’s an okay little story, and the new characters are interesting enough, but a villain needs to be involved in this storyline pretty soon."

THIS BOOK GETS 7 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

Customers who bought this, also bought:
$5.00
Add to cart
Batman Shadow of the Bat #1 Collector's Set
$3.50
Add to cart
Justice League America #77
$5.00
Add to cart
JSA #5
$8.00
Add to cart
Fantastic Four #229 (1961)
$2.50
Add to cart
Fantastic Four #231 (1961)
$3.00
Add to cart
Fantastic Four #357 (1961)
$3.00
Add to cart
Fantastic Four #358 (1961)