Justice League #4

    Justice League » Justice League #4 - Justice League, Part Four released by DC Comics on February 2012.

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    Justice League, Part Four last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/12/20 09:19AM View full history

    The superstar team of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee continue the origin of the Justice League as The World's Greatest Heroes face the might of Apokolips – and find aid in an unlikely hero, as Cyborg is created!

    Plus, Andy Kubert returns an amazing variant cover – his first new work after the smash-hit FLASHPOINT!


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    From the depths of the sea, back to the block 0

    This is not the most refined title coming out of the new 52, but it is one of the more entertaining.  While other series are going for intrigue or character development, this one is going for just flat out action, essentially becoming the summer blockbuster of the new titles.  With all the other heroes getting their chance at being showcased, now its Aquaman's turn with his entrance from the harbour an indication both that the threat is more widespread and that he is an equal of the others heroe...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Aquaman's Awesome, But Doesn't Add Much Depth 0

    The Good: This is a generally great cover, nice balance and eveything; and the character fighting on the cover properly represent what's happening in the issue; but upon closer inspection, I see that the entire League is actually present in some form. That's even better.Jim Lee's on art. It's great.I saw some complaints about Aquaman's instant declaration of leadership at the end of the previous issue, but he explains it in exactly the same way I did. He's a KING. He knows how to lead. He's bein...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Plays with the strengths of the New 52 0

    The New 52 continues to show itself in form in this issue, showing off a world where heroes do not just become friends, a world where the Government does not like heroes, and a world where people make fun on a surprisingly kick ass Aquaman.Perhaps this is why Namor generally keeps to himself?Anyway, the one thing I have to wonder is, why Cyborg? What about Cyborg had him become the new Justice League Member.Cyborg's a good hero, but why make him a Justice League? I mean, if they wanted an Africa...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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