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O primeiro arco desse encadernado, que trata do Hyperclan, é fenomenal! Uma ameaça digna da Liga, excelente dinâmica entre o heróis e momentos que vc. lembrará pelo resto da vida (não contarei nenhum para não estragar a experiência...). Mas o resto... bem maios ou menos, continuação razoável, infelizmente. São histórias como todas as outras que eram publicadas no período. Conclusão: vale a compra só pelo início.
The JLA has been a mainstay of the DC universe for decades, the follow-up to the earlier Justice Society. But each time it gets rebooted, it is successful for a while and then seems to fizzle out. The previous iteration started as a humorous take, ended up getting more serious... but with characters who felt a bit B-List.
This reboot brings it back to basics, but I'm not convinced it was necessary - why not just continue from the previous version, rebooting that? At least that deemphasised the 'America' part and made it seem like a global organisation. This one is still global but its name and characters pretty much relagate the rest of the world to 'nothing happens there'.
Also a reboot is great jumping on point, but if you don't get in on the act immediately the author fails to provide any further jumping on point by having each story end, but starting the next story in the same issue, which really presents problems for continuity with other comics (11+ regular titles are supposed to happen within the same continuity). It also presents a problem for this collection as issue 9 ends on a cliffhanger, even though it had completed the story.
To my mind this is poor writing. I have no problem setting up future storylines within the ongoing storyline, but every so often there should be a cut off moment where new readers can join without wondering why the 'new' story seems to start part way through.
This album has some really good stories, particularly the opening White Martian storyline, and the return of the Key gives some interesting 'Elseworld' takes on the main character as well as showing that Green Arrow is a viable member of the group.
But then there is the dire Zauriel storyline that is basically an alien invasion with a twist in that the 'aliens' work for God (except they don't). The fallen angel is the good guy. I found this one just a bit offensive, and also it didn't quite make sense.
This mixed bag doesn't hold up to binge reading in the way that it might have done when originally released. Morrisson can do a lot better.
Collecting the 1st 2 major stories of Grant Morrisons JLA run this volume seems The Justice League stocked full of all the 'big' players. Batman, Superman, Wonder woman, the Flash, Martian Manhunter, Aquaman and Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner).
Prior to this run the Justice league was mostly B-lister heroes and interest was waning. Morrisons take is to bring back all the big guns and do huge action adventure stories with intergalatic enemies and threat on a global scale. And in this aim the series succeeds. The foes are epic, the heroes super heroic and the adventures grand. This is a great big scale superhero adventure.
The artwork is superb with some oddities that newer readers may find strange. Superman is sporting his 90s era Mullet, but with all the swashbuckling and dering do going on here that's a minor quibble. The pacing of the story is breakneck speed, this truely feels like a adventure that only the worlds greatest heroes combined could contend with.
The only gripe I have with this book is that between the 1st and 2nd stories obviously a lot happens to the characters that isn;t covered here. Superman suddently pops up as a blue energy based hero with totally different powers and bar a couple of brief mentions it's not really explained. This is pretty jarring to someone who wasn't familiar with the Super-goings on in the 90s.
Overall this a great thrill ride of a book, the artwork is big, bold and colours are strong. The cover gives in good impression of the style found in the volume. As with all 'team up' style comics it suffers a lack of screen time for the individual characters. I would certainly recommend picking this up but you might want to familiarize yourself with some of the characters present before delving in.
As a DC fan, especially of the justice league, I very much enjoyed Grant Morrison's take on the Justice league and their associated stories. Though long, it fails to disappoint by having interesting characters, great stories inside by one of the best comic book writers in the industry. Would recommend to other DC/ Comic fans both old and new.