Justice League #8 Review - Comic Book Revolution
Justice League continues to be DC’s premier title. Snyder is weaving a brilliant story that is serving as a spine for multiple titles. Justice League #8 is another break issue for Snyder as James Tynion, IV takes over this title for an issue. Usually this means a filler issue with not much plot progression. Let’s hope for the best and do this review for Justice League #8. Words: James Tynion IV Art: Mikel JanÍn Colors: Jeremy Cox Story Rating: 7 Night Girls out of 10 Art Rating: 8 Night Girls out of 10 Overall Rating: 7.5 Night Girls out of 10 Synopsis: We begin with a flashback scene set in 1988. We see the Stellaron–5 space station in orbit around Earth. The Stellaron–5’s mission is to collect as much information on the Totality which is about to make a pass by Earth like it did when Vandal Savage saw it during the prehistoric age. Unfortunately, the Stellaron–5 is not advanced enough to handle the energy from the Totality. The systems of the space station backfire one by one. An energy beam from the Totality streaks down to Earth and blasts an unintended target: Will Payton. We see Will Payton lying [...]