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From the wreckage of the deadly clash of the world's greatest--and the world's worst--heroes comes a brand new Justice League of America made up of some of the most unlikely heroes to ever join the League!
Rising star writer Steve Orlando (Midnighter, Supergirl) and superstar artist Ivan Reis (Green Lantern, DC Universe: Rebirth) bring together the Ray, the Atom, Vixen, Killer Frost and more in what is one of the most offbeat and compelling lineup the Justice League of America has ever seen. Featuring epic battles and personal struggles, this is a League like the the world has never seen before!
Collecting: Justice League of America 1-6
|Title||:||Justice League of America, Volume 1: Rebirth|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
February 13, 2018
A disappointment after being pleasantly surprised with the one shots. Batman assembles this team because he wants a more human team, but then has Lobo on the team? An alien who can't be killed ? Really? Then it's supposed to be a team full of people who don't where masks. Well, except for Batman,...
August 22, 2017
*** Recevied an ARC copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ***
People are crying for help. Wherever you are...
Time to show them they're heard
So, this was… okay. I would have been just fine having never read it. Case in point, I just wrote bullet point notes as I was reading it and...
August 05, 2017
[Read as single issues]
Oh, I had high hopes for this series. After the great one-shots that set up the series and focused on all these interesting characters, they're thrown into a story that leaves me scratching my head. The first four issues deal with the Extremists, who I believe are obscure D...
October 13, 2017
I think I've come to dislike most of Steve Orlando's stuff. It's not that he's a HORRIBLE writer but he's one I just don't connect to at all. Like on any level for any comics. Anyway, on to Justice League of America.
Biggest question is why was this made? You know, besides obviously having Batman...
November 17, 2017
this was kinda meh. not completely in board with why this team is needed, but maybe it has something to do with the recent JL/Suicide Squad battle, which I haven't read yet. The team members are interesting but Lobo gets on my nerves quickly.
I'll keep reading as I want to read the upcoming microv...
February 13, 2018
I was all like, "The Extremists! From Justice League in the late '80s! I'm down!" And then I was like, "Wow. did they always suck, or is it just the writing?".
I'm gonna go with the writing.
September 01, 2017
Not quite what I expected. JLA is every bit a better book than the Justice League book that Bryan Hitch is currently writing. In JLA writer Steve Orlando has given us a different team that we are use to following in the DC universe. Justice League of America: The Road to Rebirth was the better bo...
August 14, 2017
Read this review and more on my blog, uncovered-books.
I received a free copy of Justice League of America Volume 1: Rebirth from DC Comics in exchange for my honest opinion.
Batman decides that humans need a human version of the Justice League to inspire them, so he gets Killer Frost, Vixen, the A...
August 30, 2017
In my review for JLA: Road to Rebirth last week I glurged "I think this new JLA has potential . . . now let's see 'em in action together." Well, here it is; and while it wasn't necessarily great I'd like to think it's only because the team is still trying to establish cohesion in their salad days...
July 17, 2017
It’s certainly one of the more interesting titles of Rebirth, but it’s just not enough to keep me interested. When I first started reading Orlando’s Midnighter I greatly enjoyed his writing. He’s now moved up to several titles for DC and I worry that maybe he’s spread too thin. I feel that this t...