World's Most Dangerous, Chapter Three: The Forest and the Trees; Missing Pieces last edited by cbishop on 05/19/18 09:25AM View full history

A new Secret Society is forming-—but which of its members has the power to attack the Justice League from within?

The Forest and the Trees

Stargirl gets a rude awakening from Amanda Waller when she finds out she missed her mission. This was be design as Waller informs her that she is nothing more than a public relation figure head and her only role on the Justice League of America (JLA). When Stargirl refuses she is blackmailed by Waller with her secret identity and the past of her father.

Meanwhile the JLA fights off the robot versions of Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman. Vibe is the power of the show as he takes them all out in one blast. Back at the A.R.G.U.S headquarters the team figures out that the robots were made by Professor Ivo. They also plan to sneak Catwoman on the Secret Society. This plan almost goes awry as Green Arrow gets involved and upon finding out what the team is up to he uses the information to get on the team. this is something Steve Trevor has been against going back to the first issue in the series.

Catwoman gets captures and sent to Arkham Asylum. When she escapes she is confronted by Signalman and Blockbuster who take her to the Secret Society. The plan apparently working.

Missing Pieces

The Missing Pieces story is another Martian Manhunter tale that takes place in the story-line of this issue. for some reason. in the wood he and Catwoman join minds and can see parts of each others past. Catwoman believes that he is unaware that she can see his past as well as he can see hers.

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The Inside Woman 0

In this short time this series has been very interesting, and exciting, and is shaping up to be one of the best series in the New 52. The way Geoff Johns has expanded the Justice League from one team, to two has been amazing, and I can't get enough of it, with this book slowly starting to trump Justice League.PlotAfter dealing with the Secret Society of Super Villains' fake Justice League, the Justice League of America plan on infiltrating them by having Catwoman infiltrate their group.Martian M...

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Mind Games 0

I don't think David Finch really understood the point of the foldout covers. What's on the other half is painfully obvious alone, not even mentioning that Catwoman #19 was released BEFORE this issue which this issue sets up, continues, and partially contradicts. But I'm willing to lay the heavier part of the blame on Ann Nocenti for that because, as I've said before, she's just awful.So, explain to me how Steve Trevor and most of the team is dumb enough to think they're fighting the real Trinit...

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Cover & Solicit - 4/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 4/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...

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