Justice

Nov. 5th, 2008 11:57 am
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I took out some graphic novels from the library recently, including all three hardcovers that make up the DC series Justice.

It's about the Justice League of America. All their greatest enemies (except the Joker) team up and take them down. Lots of "big" stuff happens. And in the end there's a reset and everything is basically back to where it was.

My review: pretty lame. Not memorable. Confusing, but not because I was in over my head; because it was just NOT WELL WRITTEN. Pretty art, but that's about all that can be said for it.

More and more, I have to say that DC and Marvel are only good when they have one of the best writers working for them. But most of their stuff just sucks.

I also read Top Ten: The Forty-Niners by Alan Moore a while ago. Now HE can write - he's the best there is, I would say. The book was FASCINATING, even though Moore didn't have the advantage of working with classic characters like Batman and Superman. I read it over and over, and didn't want to return it to the library!
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