Justice League #15

    Justice League » Justice League #15 - Throne of Atlantis, Chapter One; Shazam, Chapter 8 released by DC Comics on February 2013.

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    Throne of Atlantis, Chapter One; Shazam, Chapter 8 last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/12/20 09:43AM View full history

    Part 1 of “THRONE OF ATLANTIS,” crossing over with AQUAMAN!

    Don’t miss the debut of IVAN REIS and JOE PRADO (AQUAMAN) as the new JUSTICE LEAGUE art team!

    Can the Justice League band together to battle the forces of Atlantis?

    And in the backup feature, Shazam comes face to face with Black Adam, and Billy makes a decision that will shock his friends!



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    Starting a War 0

    I have been a fan of this series since the start, and although it's had a couple of rough patches it's still been an excellent series, and one of my favourites in the New 52. Geoff Johns has done an excellent job writing this series, and although I was a little upset when I heard Jim Lee wouldn't be doing the art after issue12, his replacement Ivan Reis is just as good. Reis addition to this series does however mean that he will no longer be doing art on the brilliant Aquaman series, but Aquaman...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Very promising start. 0

    I really am only getting this series and Aquaman for the crossover the premise of it grabbed me from the start and I really couldn’t wait to see what the first part was like. I have got issues 13-14 and the 0 but after this crossover I won’t get the book not because I don’t like it but because I don’t have the money so I hope I enjoy this crossover since this will likely be the last story I buy from this book.PlotAn Aircraft carrier is testing out its missile systems when they fire themselves an...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    little WAVES 0

    I don't know if it's the age or bitterness, but I definitely was looking for a different plot as I purchased this "Throne of Atlantis" saga. The notion of someone pulling the Atlantis' and humanity's strings just to force a showdown between these two races long time "forgotten" by one another is weak, boring, old dated and really not interesting at all. As I open the first page I face myself with a submarine scenario, ok that's the premise, but even Ivan Reis' beautiful art had nothing new to ad...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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