Welcome to something new. From now on Seppin and occasionally Rek will be reviewing the comics that appear each week. Each book that they review will get it’s own post and will have it’s own score to the book.
Meanwhile, at the Legion of Doom, Seppin reviews Justice League #6 by Scott Snyder.
I have never been a fan of the Justice League comic or the Avengers comic. I feel like team books are always lacking character and never portrays the heroes properly. However, Scott Snyder has managed to do this with his amazing story that he is weaving into Justice League.
He has made the Legion of Doom cannon in the comics. He has introduced a new emotional spectrum. He has created the Source Wall. And he has made Lex Luthor truly evil again. How can you not love this man’s work?
In the last issue, we saw more about the Legion of Doom and their secret plans. Actually, James Tynion IV wrote that story. It’s great to see that he will be coming onto the main Justice League book to write Legion of Doom issues for the run. As for what happens in this issue, it’s pretty exciting. After all, the Justice League are separated and losing every battle they are apart of. How could they win?
I guess, life finds a way…
(Sorry, but how many of you read that in a Jeff Goldblum voice?)
Overall, it has been a crazy ride and looks like it will continue that way.
(How good is the story? Does it stand up to others?)
(Does it tell the story? Does it work well with the character?)
(Does this story need to be told? Is it helping the Character?)
(Is the character represented well? Does the writer understand the character?)
Total: 17.5 / 20