Justice League of America, Vol. 8: Dark Things (2020)

Justice League of America, Vol. 8: Dark Things James Robinson Mark Bagley Rob Hunter Jesús Merino Justice League of America Vol Dark Things Bursting from the pages of BRIGHTEST DAY comes an all new team up of the Justice League of America and the Justice Society of America The return of the hero called Jade in the pages of BLACKEST NIGHT
  • Title: Justice League of America, Vol. 8: Dark Things
  • Author: James Robinson Mark Bagley Rob Hunter Jesús Merino
  • ISBN: 9781401230111
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Hardcover
Justice League of America, Vol. 8: Dark Things James Robinson Mark Bagley Rob Hunter Jesús Merino Bursting from the pages of BRIGHTEST DAY comes an all new team up of the Justice League of America and the Justice Society of America The return of the hero called Jade in the pages of BLACKEST NIGHT heralds the release of the powerful Starheart that empowers her father, Green Lantern Alan Scott Now this chaotic force is unleashed on Earth, causing magic to go wild andBursting from the pages of BRIGHTEST DAY comes an all new team up of the Justice League of America and the Justice Society of America The return of the hero called Jade in the pages of BLACKEST NIGHT heralds the release of the powerful Starheart that empowers her father, Green Lantern Alan Scott Now this chaotic force is unleashed on Earth, causing magic to go wild and new metahumans to emerge It s than one super team can handle, but can even the combined efforts of the Justice League and the Justice Society contain the light and dark power wielded by one of their own
Justice League of America, Vol. 8: Dark Things James Robinson Mark Bagley Rob Hunter Jesús Merino

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One thought on “Justice League of America, Vol. 8: Dark Things

  1. Anne

    3.5 starsThis was a pretty solid story I haven t been following Justice League, so there were some parts of the plot that were a bit shaky to me However, the majority of it was easy to follow.It starts off with Jade back from the dead after Blackest Night being carried to earth encased in a huge hunk of the Starheart Random superpeople go insane, and her father starts to look a lot like Parallax Except not.Made up mostly of B list or obscure heroes, this is a fun way to spend the afternoon.

  2. Anchorpete

    Isn t the title for this trade really lame I just read this, and I am not completely sure how the title relates to the actual story The title of this trade is similar to how I felt about this book, and how I feel about James Robinson ambiguous to the point of confusion I have read a bit Robinson s work, all of his Starman stuff, most of his superman work, and The Golden Age The Golden Age and Starman are fantastic, comic book Masterpieces that do not get the amount of praise that they deserve, a [...]

  3. John Yelverton

    It s amazing that a book series that started off so well, has died with such a pathetic whimper.

  4. Mike

    What I like most about James Robinson s work is his use of obscure characters There are a number of panels full of characters I have barely even heard of and makes me interested in the back stories of these lesser characters As anjoyable as this book was at times, this is far from Robinson s best work The dialogue is weak for someone of his calibre I lost track of how many times a character said In God s name It s an interesting idea to have so many thought balloons in a book to display what eac [...]

  5. Dave Anderson

    Firstly, I am a fan of James Robinson I ve enjoyed The Golden Age his recent Fantastic Four run but especially his Starman I will probably end up grabbing either this trade paperback or putting the individual issues on my bucket list simply for James Robinson and Mark Bagley There are a couple of things though This is Justice Titans It s not enough of one or the other I d pay good money to read Robinson write The Magnificent Seven I d pay good money to read James Robinson write either the origin [...]

  6. Alan

    James Robinson seems to be intent of having fun and creating toss away minor characters upon his return to comics after about a decade in Hollywood What attracted me to this TPB is that hits on one of my Justice League guilty pleasures a JLA JSA combined adventure Here Jennie Lynn Haden, whom a previous writer had killed off aka friged , is being returned to the land of the living.Much like his British compatriots, Grant Morrison and Alan Moore yes that Alan Moore Robinson loves to delve into DC [...]

  7. Bill

    Yuck Picked this up from my library as a quick read during my lunch break, and wish I hadn t wasted my time I loved James Robinson s Starman series, and really WANT him to be able to write established characters teams with the same fresh perspective, but this was just a mess Too many characters, too little characterization heroes and villains drop in and out with little logic The plot doesn t make any sense Dialogue is horrendous, and the fight scenes feel so posed, so inert Plus, it simultaneou [...]

  8. Travis

    Due to the various events happening in DC comics and editorial interference, James Robinson s JLA run was a pretty uneven thing Shame, as when he s good, it s a really entertaining read and shows how good it could have been if he d just been left alone.This JLA JSA team up is a solid example of how good this comic could have been as well as a nice throw back to the team ups of old.He has a good handle on all the heroes, gives everyone something to do and makes good use of DC history to tell his [...]

  9. TJ Shelby

    I was wondering when this would happen Not if but when Knowing that Robinson had spent time writing for JSA, I had a feeling a crossover was coming Luckily for me, I liked Robinson s JSA days and he doesn t disappoint here The return of Jade during Blackest Night and how the Starheart affects her, her father and other heroes spawns the entire theme of this book Powergirl and Supergirlenough said.

  10. Steve

    As a Robinson fan, it is very hard for me to admit, but I thought this book was awful Too many different voices giving us internal monologues at once Dialogue is stilted as well, and I m not a big fan of Bagley s art either But one reason why the book doesn t work for me is that the team isn t what it should be I d LOVE to see Robinson write the REAL Justice League and Starman and Congorilla, natch rather than these substitutes.

  11. Feather Mista

    Estaba relativamente barato, as que me lo compr para ver si junto toda la colecci n de JLA en tomo por lo menos Ahora habr que ver si las escribi el Robinson inspirado o el que es apenas cumplidor.

  12. Jacob

    Public library copy.Unfortunately this story appears to be editorially driven as the thrust of the story is about resurrecting a deceased character I m not sure why the story was told under the JLA banner as the main cast feature characters from JSA and Teen Titans.

  13. Steven

    An interesting romp and the Robinson JLA held together better than I expected it to, even though the mix was too strange to truly be either organic or than temporary Seriously Congorilla the 70 s Starman

  14. Timothy Boyd

    I have always enjoyed the JLA, in all it s various incarnations through the decades This new modern JLA is a very enjoyable read Great art and plot make this JLA a great read for an older fan or a perfect place for a new fan Very recommended

  15. Shannon Appelcline

    Sadly, Robinson isn t able to give much depth to this large crossover cast That s a shame when the core of the comic is a big, overly decompressed fight A lot could have been done with the space.

  16. Kyle

    Very choppy, especially in dialogue Art is average Robinson starts off large in scope, but can not hold together the panoply of characters and trifecta of narratives The result is a rushed ending lacking in catharsis.

  17. Alex Sarll

    Another review where I express incomprehension at how bad James Robinson s comics often are when he was also the writer of the peerless art deco hipster superhero epic Starman.

  18. Koen

    Wut wut wut this was just a mess Way too many characters, trying so much Couldn t follow this whatsoever Really had to struggle to finish this one.

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