A new era for the JLA begins here and I couldn’t be happier. Through the course of this issue Donna Troy makes peace with her role as a hero and she goes out and begins gathering recruits for a new JLA team. In my mind this new team reinforces the “legacy” aspect of the DCU as several Titans graduate into the JLA. I am so pumped to be able to follow Cyborg, Starfire and Dick Grayson again. The reason I don’t follow Grayson in the Bat books is because I hate his Robin with a passion. The little twerp makes a brief appearance in this book which is about all I can stand of him.
While the team is getting organized something foul is afoot regarding some recently rediscovered alien technology that was last seen in 1777. I have a feeling that this is going to be a great run. The story and art are great. My only complaint is that all of the female superheroes are drawn with there umm “cheeks” hanging out of their costumes. I hate to break it to the artist but none of the females on this team wear thongs as part of their costumes. Other than the Robin appearance and the self indulgent butt cheek fetish art this is a great read.
Rating: 8 out of 10.