Review by: Brennan Palm
Winston Churchill once said Russia was a mystery wrapped in an enigma. If Winston Churchill wrote a review for this comic book the beginning would sound something like this, “This book is a train wreck, wrapped in an enigma.”
I would give you a half decent review instead of just making fun of this book, if I could. I would give you a basic storyline, anything that seems to be important but it’s impossible! The creators threw literally dozens of new characters and storylines into 50 or so pages of comic book, making it impossible to connect the dots and form one whole storyline, to borrow a good line from Saving Private Ryan “It’s like trying to find a (particular) needle in a haystack of needles!”
Basically all I can tell you is Superman and Wonder Women made the U.S government mad by rescuing a bunch of American hostages from terrorists? Everyone is mad at Batman for keeping an Achilles heel for every Justice League member, some unknown villain wants to kill Superman, and The JLA fights the JL at the end, that and there is something to do with Tarot cards, Cyborgs new upgrade and, SHAZAM ( an instant deterrent for any true comic book fan).
I’m going to leave the creators names out for this one (god bless them they must be the sickest men in the world.) I think the reason the book is so scrambled might actually be that the men up top tried to make them do much in too small a package. After this I may only read Batman, Marvel, and Darkhorse comics. (I already didn’t like DC but this may have pushed me over the edge to full-fledged hater-dom) One-star.