Justice League of America #0

    Justice League of America » Justice League of America #0 - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow released by DC Comics on September 1, 2006.

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    The most anticipated book of the year is finally here! Best-selling author Brad Meltzer broke the JLA down in the top-selling, critically acclaimed Identity Crisis - and now he puts all the pieces back together again!

    Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman. The core heroes of the DCU are back - but after Infinite CrisiS, where do they stand with each other? Here's the definitive answer, brought to you with the brilliant art of Ed Benes, George Perez, Jim Lee, J.H. Williams, Gene Ha, Dick Giordano, Eric Wright, Tony Harris, Kevin Maguire, Dan Jurgens, Howard Porter, Luke McDonnell, Rags Morales, Ethan Van Sciver, Phil Jimenez and others.

    Join us for this historic and unforgettable new beginning of the Justice League of America as we look at the past, present and future of the World's Greatest Super Heroes!



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    It all began with The Big Three... 0

    Review:  This shows you the history of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman over the years they spend together as members of the Justice League, from the Golden age, Silver, Bronze...and now the Modern age, where they're about to decide who'll be in the League. The time period from each page seems to be mixed around, so I don't actually know which events happened in order, also each page is drawn by a different artist, which I thought was cool. There are some moments that are not recognizible but ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Awesome Flashback Issue 0

    This issue is a flashback issue which sets the stage for the new JLA comics. Most of them are flashbacks, though there are also flashforwards where we see Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman still interacting with each other, keeping JLA alive. New readers to this should take some time to research the history, as the time between the pre and post-Crisis is a bit hazy, but regular readers will understand straight away. The journey of the three-way relationship evolves greatly in this issue, and sho...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The Past 0

    This issue gives us a look at the history of the Justice League through the meetings of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. The art is okay, it is attempted and sometimes succeeds in mimicing art from the different eras. The writing is very simple though, but then again it is a very simple tale to tell. Just show a major event and Have the three heroes say remember this, and then say what happened.   As they are discussing the major events of the past we are watching them select members for the n...

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