Justice League of America #18 Review - Comic Book Revolution
Justice League of America continues to be nothing more than an average read. Considering that this title is DC’s flagship team title, I have higher expectations than I would for your average comic book. I am surprised that DC is content with their premier super team being such a run of the mill product. Maybe Burnett and McDuffie can crank it up with Justice League of America #18 and get this title rolling in a positive fashion. Let’s go ahead and do this review for Justice League of America #18. Creative TeamWriters: Alan Burnett & Dwayne McDuffiePencils: Ed Benes & Jon Boy MeyersInks: Sandra Hope, Mariah Benes, Ed Benes, Victor Llamas & Serge LaPointe Art Rating: 8 Night Girls out of 10Story Rating: 7 Night Girls out of 10Overall Rating: 7.5 Night Girls out of 10 Synopsis: We begin with Amanda Waller getting the alert that a group of metahuman villains just broke into the Hall of Justice. We cut to the Hall of Justice, where the JLA’ers are stunned that such heavy hitters like Polaris are willingly turning themselves over to the JLA. The Key states that the Hall of Justice shares the same diplomatic privileges as a foreign [...]