Justice League of America #44

    Justice League of America » Justice League of America #44 - Devil in the Details released by DC Comics on June 1, 2010.

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    Devil in the Details last edited by nananightwing13 on 09/14/22 06:51PM View full history

    A BRIGHTEST DAY tie-in! Following the events of BLACKEST NIGHT, the brand new Justice League of America enters into BRIGHTEST DAY with an arc featuring the Justice Society of America. The epic team-up begins with a character from the end of BLACKEST NIGHT joining the JLA. But when the storyline’s over, what mysterious villain will be revealed – and which hero will switch teams?

    The Justice League of America, is working out in The Kitchen, a holographic battle simulator, aboard the Watchtower Satellite, discussing how Congorilla and Mikaal got their powers. When suddenly the Watchtower is hit by a giant green rock that hits the satellite and crashes to earth in Germany.

    The Team flies to Germany, where they find the Die Rakete-Auslese, or Rock Elite, battling the Demon Etrigan around the large green glowing meteor. Etrigan lays claim to the rock and fights the Justice League, until Donna can get her Lasso of Persuasion around him and force him change back in Jason Blood.

    Meanwhile in Happy Harbor the JSA, is trying to figure out why Alan Scott is in a comma and glowing green. Sebastian Faust arrives and says it is a sign of the end of the world.

    Back in Germany, Jason explains that he was Budapest when he uncontrollably changed into the demon and was drawn to the rock. The League lets him go while they investigate the rock. Congorilla finds a fissure and when the break the rock open they find an unconscious Jade within.


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    "Things could be much worse than this." 0

    Brightest Day invades Justice League of America  What You Need To Know. This Justice League is basically the next generation of Heroes.  It has Dick Grayson/Batman, Donna Troy, Starman, and Congorilla so far.   The Good James Robinson does good with what he's got.  Regardless of your thoughts of him, he usually has a strong script.   It shows the struggles of working together in a team. It also shows what can happen when they succeed.   Mark Bagley is as consistent with his characters as ever.  ...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Review: Justice League of America #44 0

    The second Brightest Day tie-in is upon us as JLA 44 hits the shelves. Besides that, it also could be considered a tie-in to Justice Society of America. But are these newest Brightest Day tie-ins worthwhile? Or like many tie-ins to big stories, are they completely worthless?   The Good JLA can be a hit or a miss for me depending on who is on the team. The new team may not be so exciting for me, but the cameos really drew me in. I'm a huge JSA fan, and the JSA guest starring roles, and the vil...

    15 out of 16 found this review helpful.

    Did JLA recover from last issue or just do worse? 0

    Yet again, another Brightest Day tie-in. So in this issue of JLA, newly added members Starman and Bill. They are training with Dick and Donna. They get to know eachother a little better, which is always a good thing. As their training session is interrupted by a giant green light, the 4 members go to check it out. It turns out that it was a stone that hit earth. Etrigan the demon wants it for some reason. He ends up fighting the league over it and loses. Etrigan then goes away and apologizes. Th...

    12 out of 14 found this review helpful.
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