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JLI #3 (Didn't they die last week? Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Sat Nov 05, 2011 9:43 am

This book is just good fun, a traditional superhero team-book that has no real ideas or pretentions above it’s station, and there’s nothing wrong with that, the problem comes when every book is like that, but for now, JLI is providing me my one and only regular slice of classic superhero fun and banter. I liked the structure of this issue too, it was very ‘Golden-Age JSA’ in the way it split the team up into several smaller groups. This allowed us to get a better feel on each of the team’s members, because up until now, only Booster Gold has really had any focus. Not that Batman needs much focus, we all know what his deal is. It was just enjoyable to see how each pairing worked together and see how each character is different (or the same) since the reboot. The art from Aaron Lopresti was great, although Peraxxus looks kind of lame.

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