Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Quick look at: Justice League of America #33

I don't have much time or patience to dedicate to this series anymore. Why? Because this series has fallen into the border-line unreadable category. I don't know what Dwayne McDuffie is trying to pull here, but I sure as hell don't like it. Well, on with the pseudo-review.

-The JLA goes crawling to some guy named Hardwire for help, because they suck or something.

-The JLA+Hardwire teleport to the location of Dr. Light and they find her and Icon(who seems to be a blatant Superman rip-off)fighting Starbreaker.

-This issue ends with the JLA finding Dharma(who I could care less about!)laying on the floor dying.

Meh. This was another attempt by Dwayne to cram his creations from Milestone Comics down the collective throats of JLA fans everywhere. I really don't give a rat's ass about the Milestone characters. I don't think anybody really does. If people cared, Milestone would be a successful independent comic book company today, instead of a defunct wing of Warner Bros. Why should I care about this Dharma guy anyway? Dwayne really gives us no reasons. Last I remember he was being a pain in the ass to the JLAers a few issues back. Now I'm supposed to care if he lives or dies? Pfft. For a score, I'll go with a 4 out of 10. The sooner James Robinson takes over this title the better I say.


  1. HAHA! Great review(s). Ironically, I'm writing a blog post about James Robinson's new Justice League of America team right now. I'll have it posted sometime tonight, so maybe that will help alleviate your JLA frustration!

  2. How's that for timing?!? I'll have to check out your article post haste!