Justice League Team-Up: Green Arrow; The Curse of SHAZAM, Part 2 last edited by njg5595 on 12/05/18 09:26AM View full history

In the five years that the Justice League has been a team, Green Arrow has never once been a member. And he intends to rectify that right here, right now! One member against his candidacy: Aquaman! Plus, in "The Curse of Shazam" part 2, Billy arrives in his new foster home just as an ancient evil is uncovered halfway across the world.

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A valiant effort I suppose 0

It feels here like the Justice League is settling more so into their groove as opposed to trying to wow the readers at every turn.  I liked the previous issue although it wasn't liked by most, but here the same tone is present with just a little bit less character development.  The manner in which the Green Arrow interacts with the team is pretty well handled and the revelation about J'onn was also somewhat of a memorable moment, but it feels mostly like this is now just a dependable series, whi...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Persistence 0

After the six issue opening arc that seemed to plod along for far too long, the done-in-one's of issues 7 and 8 have been a relief, and make me all the more eager for the next longer story. Issue 8 sees Green Arrow try to join the Justice League, we learn why the Justice League are so unwilling to expand their membership, and a classic Leaguer reappears in a very unexpected way.I'm not going to say much in the way of Shazam. The story is being delivered in piece meal, and I honestly don't have m...

8 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Leave Justice League to Someone Who Can Handle It 0

So close. This issue was SO CLOSE to being a much needed 'decent' issue to allow me to slacken my hatred a bit, but no, Geoff Johns just HAD to make sure I hated him again this week. I loved him last week and probably will next week; but it seems like the third week of the month will be 'Hate Geoff Johns Week.'To be fair, this issue isn't the dribbling mess the previous one was. There's a TON less moments that are downright atrocious writing, in fact, none of this issue has the heaping pile of m...

7 out of 10 found this review helpful.
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