A pretty average issue of Justice League, the only thing in the main story that really interests me is the new villain and his taking down Steve Trevor. It’s pretty brave of Johns really to use a new villain, I’m sure most JL fans would have expected him to just bring back slightly altered versions of all the classics like Amazo and Despero and Kanjar Ro, but no, he’s doing something new, which for a writer who too often looks back to the past, is admirable. Graves seems like an interesting character so far, and I’m looking forward to seeing what he looks like properly. The little vignettes with each League member were only OK, I liked the Flash trying and failing to be bad cop a lot, Barry Allen has probably been the best part of this run. Where was Aquaman though? Why doesn’t he get a flashback? Jim Lee’s art was as you’d expect, on the action splash pages it’s breathtaking, especially the shot of Superman and Batman in Arkham. The quieter scenes are a bit more problematic though, he’s not suited to the small stuff is he? The Shazam! back-up continues to be better than most people on the internet claim, it’s clear that Billy Batson is actually still a good person deep down, now, and I like that it’s taking it’s time, when Billy finally becomes Captain Marvel, it’s going to be awesome.