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JLA, Vol. 4 (Deluxe Edition) by Grant…

JLA, Vol. 4 (Deluxe Edition)

by Grant Morrison

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Much better than the previous volume here we have a long WWIII JLA story that was ok and an excellent alternate worlds story on an Earth 2 where the JLA are the crime syndicate and Luther is one of the lone good guys trying to save his world. Fascinating idea and decent artwork. Frankly I think more could have been done with it with more philosophical analysis of how society works different when everyone expects corruption and graft and cheating is expected. We have cultures like that right now. How do you deal with that as someone that comes from a society so different?And how do Earth 1's heroes deal with the evil JLA team? The conflict is to short to really get into it.

The final three issues contain Batman and the British Batman, Knight and Squire that we see again in Morrision's Batman run. This volume is worth picking up and may be the best of the four deluxe volumes. ( )
  Chris_El | Mar 19, 2015 |
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"In this latest trade paperback collecting JLA #36-41, the team is up against a new, deadly Injustice Gang led by Lex Luthor. With Prometheus, the man who almost single-handedly defeated the JLA, as well as the General and Queen Bee, it looks as if the Justice League may lose even if they win. Collects JLA #36-41"--… (more)

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