Inks: Hitch and Daniel Henriques
Colors: Alex Sinclair
Letters: Richard Starkings and Comicraft
The title sums up this issue for you, for our heroes don't really do anything but hash out some differences and regroup. We start this issue with a giant space ship showing up in the sky over the northern hemisphere and the Justice League go to see what's going on. Unfortunately, they are blasted out of the sky and create a crater somewhere in Canada, and that is where our team spends the rest of the issue and try to figure out how they fit together as a team.
Okay, I will give this issue a small break because I want to see if maybe this is the arc where the Justice League will be good again. This is the first issue of a new arc now that Justice League vs. Suicide Squad is over; I just wish we would have had our team do... something! All we get is everyone contemplating how they fit into this team, Jessica is keeping this crater from caving in on everyone, but still doubts her powers. Superman is not from this world joining in the we are all odd conversation. It is revealed that Batman is keeping files on everyone and how to take them down. The League is surprised, but it's Batman, if anyone didn't think that he would have a back up plan if any of them became a liability, then they don’t know Batman, so their outrage at this is kind of crazy. All in all, this story is forgettable and could have been done in a few pages. Now the art is GREAT! Hitch and the rest of the artistic team did a great job with this book, now there are pages that are not the best, but actually is still the best part about this issue.
Carl Hamlin | NCR