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Justice League of America: Power & Glory

Justice League of America Power Glory Bryan Hitch makes his triumphant return to DC Entertainment with the world s most powerful heroes the Justice League of America It s massive widescreen action and adventure from superstar writer arti

  • Title: Justice League of America: Power & Glory
  • Author: Bryan Hitch Daniel Henriques Wade Von Grawbadger Andrew Currie Alex Sinclair Jeromy Cox Chris Eliopoulos
  • ISBN: 9781401259761
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bryan Hitch makes his triumphant return to DC Entertainment with the world s most powerful heroes, the Justice League of America It s massive widescreen action and adventure from superstar writer artist Hitch, as the League comes up against an armada of aliens heading for Earth that claims to be a peaceful religious tribe But something sinister is lurking in their ranks sBryan Hitch makes his triumphant return to DC Entertainment with the world s most powerful heroes, the Justice League of America It s massive widescreen action and adventure from superstar writer artist Hitch, as the League comes up against an armada of aliens heading for Earth that claims to be a peaceful religious tribe But something sinister is lurking in their ranks something with ties to ancient Krypton And importantly whose side will the Man of Steel fall on With the classic line up of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg, Justice League of America Power Glory sees the World s Greatest Heroes doing what they do best fighting impossible threats too big for just one of them Collecting Justice League of America 1 4, 6 10

    Justice League Nov , Watch videoAt least Batman v Superman had some really cool action scenes instead of the uninteresting CGI fest that was Justice League And while Jesse Eisenberg s Lex Luthor was a terrible villain, I d take him over the soulless CGI monstrosity that is Steppenwolf any day of the week. Justice League Justice League DC Database FANDOM powered by Wikia The Justice League of America was created by Julius Schwartz and Gardner Fox during the Silver Age as a spiritual successor to the Golden Age s Justice Society of Justice League DC Mera goes on the attack after losing Atlantis and many of her friends and allies to the Ocean Lords in this wild sneak peek at Scott Snyder and Francis Manapul s JUSTICE LEAGUE . Justice League Rotten Tomatoes Justice League manages to get some laughs, breaking up the seriousness and tension of the film, mainly with Miller s timid portrayal of The Flash, and the general bad assery of Momoa s Aquaman. Justice League Showing selected results See all results for Justice League. Justice League PG Justice League Review IGN Nov , Thankfully, the Justice League itself works as a balanced team Although Batman s agenda clearly drives the plot, no one member hogs the limelight than the rest.

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    1 thought on “Justice League of America: Power & Glory

    1. It began sooo good, but…I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I’ve chosen this TPB edition to be able of making a better overall review.This TPB edition features “Justice League of America” (Vol.4) #1-4, 6-10.Creative Team:Main Writer & Illustrator: Bryan HitchCloser Writer: Tony BedardCloser Illustrator: Tom DerenickTO END OR NOT TO END…This storyline, Power and Glory, was one heck of a rocky road. It was conceptualized by the artist Bryan Hitch, usually in charge onl [...]

    2. A "big budget" JLA action romp where the heroes you know are doing interesting things you want to see them doing!

    3. Turning Rao into an actual person was not a very appealing part of this story for me. That being said, it was extremely epic in scope and scale with jaw dropping moments for both Superman and Aquaman, giving them the respect and props they deserve.

    4. From what I've read elsewhere people had pretty mixed opinions on this. I personally however thoroughly enjoyed it and couldn't put it down once I started reading it. This is a total page turner and Hitch's writing throughout is really good (I wonder what happened between then and Extinction Machine). The plot surrounds the Justice League of America and their attempts at stopping Rao, a kryptonian God who has come to earth with the intent of "converting" the people of earth to be his followers s [...]

    5. Superman is a religiously-gullible rube, The Flash is an idiot, Green Lantern is a morose quitter, and once again the JLA is confronted by an impossible to beat antagonist, only to defeat it by a combination of mysterious, one-time only outsider assistance and because-the-narrative-requires it. And yet, Hitch manages to make everything progress so smoothly and at such a pace that it all seems to work, and you find yourself happily swept up in it all. The wheels fall off towards the end, as the n [...]

    6. Hitch delivers a classic long-form JLA epic. It's not a slow-burn developed over years plot, but sustained arc with great action/character throughout. I thought there was an ending coming that would work out differently, but I read the foreshadowing wrong. It played out very similarly to my guess, but I didn't get it quite right. That's a plus in my book. Given DC's tendency over the years to make every JLA story either a Batman w/sidekicks story or a Superman w/sidekicks story it was nice to se [...]

    7. The DC Comics New 52 is coming to an end. With Rebirth on the horizon DC somehow has created a set of stories set during the interim between New 52 and Rebirth.An adventure that's a bit strange in that it strangely prophesies Superman's death with a multitude of alternate timelines failing to save the day. Its a weird setup, especially when it revolves around the past, present and future.The Justice League attempt to resolve this timeline discrepancy amidst fighting one of the member's Rogue's - [...]

    8. Exciting and intriguing storyline. Just sad it ended in a cliffhanger. And the stand-alone Martian Manhunter issue/ad for his new series jammed in the middle disrupted the flow of the story a fair bit

    9. Very slow start lacking in intrigue, picked up a little bit a few issues in, but still not overly entertaining.

    10. It took me awhile to really read through and gather my thoughts on Bryan Hitch's brief run with JLA. I have to say DC comics was really slow on releasing this collection. I mean we are already reading the DC Rebirth Justice League, Volume 1: The Extinction Machines by the time of this release. I have heard alot of good things about this story arc that involves the Kryptonian god, Rao. I am going to try not to gripe about this book because I feel the story that Hitch is trying to tell is very amb [...]

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