Justice League of America #38

    Justice League of America » Justice League of America #38 - Out of the Ashes released by DC Comics on December 1, 2009.

    It's a New Era for The World's Greatest Heroes!

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    Out of the Ashes last edited by AirDave on 05/20/20 04:30AM View full history

    A new era begins for the World's Greatest Heroes as superstars James Robinson (STARMAN, SUPERMAN) and Mark Bagley (TRINITY, Ultimate Spider-Man) take over! It all begins as a one-time member of the JLA falls before he can warn the team of looming peril while what's left of the JLA journeys to the heart of their past to decide if the team has any future at all. Of course, that means this is the best time for a savage villain from the team's past to attack the demoralized heroes! The team will have to muster enough will to win not only today, but in the harrowing months to come. It's the start of a spanking new odyssey for the JLA that will lead in the coming months to a fresh line-up for DC's flagship team. Get onboard now for the next epic chapter of the Justice League's legacy!



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    The End of a Not So Grand Era 0

    I've been secretly following this series since its inception and one thing it can be proud of is its wonderful use of unused superheroine, Vixen. Mari Jiwe McCabe has developed into such a great character in Justice League of America and it seemed was fleshing out to become a staunch leader of the team. That is, until now. Despite her most recent efforts to rebuild the faltering team, and a special promise to Superman to keep the light on in their satellite HQ, Vixen appears here ready to...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Alright start 0

    as many know, JLA is going through some changes from the story to the actual people creating it.  So this issue was a bit of a test, and to be honest, it wasn't a bad issue for never having any of the main 3 in it (I'm talking about Wonder woman, superman and batman, regardless of what the cover shows)  this whole issue is setting the place for a new story line, which has happened a few times over JLA They all wake up and realize that the league isn't going so great and try to rebuilt it. Now do...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Justice League of America #38: Femme Fatales 0

      Maybe Robinson is taking all the abuse he took in Cry for Freedom to heart because I can’t imagine why he recycled the 3 JLA members from the days when Martian Manhunter revamped the JLA and moved them to Detroit. With the big three (Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman) out of the house, its up to the reserves Zatanna and Gypsy to bail out the only active member standing Vixen from Despero. Unfortunately for Cry for Justice haters, you need to read that limited series to understand...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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