Eclipso Rising, Part One: Shadow Warriors last edited by DavidWasHere on 10/01/20 10:25PM View full history

    "The Rise of Eclipso" begins here as the dark energies that have surrounded Earth are harnessed once more to usher in the great Lord of Darkness! And it looks like the corruption of all mankind starts with the members of the Justice League! When things go dark, which teammate poses the greatest threat to mankind – Obsidian or Jade?    

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    Shadow League of Eclipso 0

    There is not much Justice League and a lot of Eclipso in this issue with a great deal of exposition, but it actually works much better than you would expect with the way James Robinson handles it.  If you are unfamiliar with Eclipso, you will not be after reading this issue. Robinson seems to recognize that Eclipso is a villain that a lot of readers recognize as a visual but really do not know much about. This is as much about explaining Eclipso's history as it is about him recruiting a shadow t...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Age of Eclipso! 0

    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now I am not lying when I say pick up this book right NOW! This is the best and I mean best issue of Robinsons run heck even the whole entire Justice League Vol and guess what the JLA is in it for Two Pages! Brett Booth is perfect for this Arc.  I am a big fan of Obscure Characters and this issue has alot of them. This is kind of like a Face of Evil issue it focusses on Eclipso who sheds a whole lot of bloo...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Would 'Dark Side of the Moon' Be Too Obvious? 0

    The Good: I'm completely over whatever issues I thought I had with Brett Booth's art. It's not perfect, but he makes Eclipso look AWESOME when that design could easily go wrong. Giving us the history of Eclipso was a good idea, because I had very flimsy knowledge of Eclipso. And it skims enough not to seem too obnoxious. Getting into the head of a villain like Eclipso, right after seeing his full backstory, was really interesting. What Robinson's been doing very well is weaving all his arcs toge...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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