Review of Justice League Rebirth Vol. 1

August 17, 2017 Book Reviews 2

Review of Justice League Rebirth Vol. 1

I received this book for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Justice League of America by Steve Orlando, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado
Genres: Graphic Novel
Published by DC Comics on August 15th 2017
Pages: 144
Format: eARC
Source: Edelweiss
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From the pages of Justice League vs. Suicide Squad!
From the wreckage of the deadly clash of the world's greatest--and the world's worst--heroes comes a brand new Justice League of America made up of some of the most unlikely heroes to ever join the League!
Rising star writer Steve Orlando (Midnighter, Supergirl) and superstar artist Ivan Reis (Green Lantern, DC Universe: Rebirth) bring together the Ray, the Atom, Vixen, Killer Frost and more in what is one of the most offbeat and compelling lineup the Justice League of America has ever seen. Featuring epic battles and personal struggles, this is a League like the the world has never seen before!
Collecting: Justice League of America 1-6

Here is what I thought

I am learning that the comics I read when I was young have not stuck with me or there are a lot more characters now than there use to be. I seen this one and thought oh Justice League, but I wasn’t prepared for Batman’s suicide squad version…lol. I only knew a couple of the characters and the rest were very strange especially Lobo, he was plan scary.

I was so confused with the story line at the beginning that I just wasn’t really having a lot of fun with this one. I found it really hard to get into when I didn’t really know the characters and the confusion at the start just through me off. From now on I am going to be much more careful with my picking of comics to read. πŸ™‚

Batman takes some unusual characters, some of them being Lobo, Killer Frost, Ray and others I can’t remember. He is attempting to change their attitudes and make them heroes instead of villains. The people don’t really trust them but when Havoc comes to take over the planet they have to try and defend everyone making them somewhat crazy heroes, I just can’t get over the looks of Lobo….lol. He creeps me out. πŸ™‚

I did think that the illustrations were pretty cool. πŸ™‚

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