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JSA, Vol. 2: Darkness Falls By David S. Goyer Geoff Johns Stephen Sadowski Michael Bair,

  • Title: JSA, Vol. 2: Darkness Falls
  • Author: David S. Goyer Geoff Johns Stephen Sadowski Michael Bair
  • ISBN: 9781563897399
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Darkness Falls shows the JSA called upon once again to save the planet from malevolent forces that threaten the very fiber of the universe But this time it s personal, as the foe they are fighting is a darkness consumed Obsidian, son of Alan Scott, Sentinel If that weren t enough, the original super team also must confront the return of the Injustice Society and face theDarkness Falls shows the JSA called upon once again to save the planet from malevolent forces that threaten the very fiber of the universe But this time it s personal, as the foe they are fighting is a darkness consumed Obsidian, son of Alan Scott, Sentinel If that weren t enough, the original super team also must confront the return of the Injustice Society and face the time shattering threat of Extant, who killed several members of the original Justice Society in a previous battle This paperback is co written by David Goyer, screenwriter of the films Dark City and Blade.Collecting JSA 6 15
    JSA Vol Darkness Falls Darkness Falls shows the JSA called upon once again to save the planet from malevolent forces that threaten the very fiber of the universe But this time it s personal as the foe they are fighting is

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    1. Re read in 2015.Volume 1 Justice Be Done threw me deep into DC Comics history with a cast of old school characters It was a bit overwhelming and underwhelming at times, but this story arc began to change all that.Here we have a terrific story with quality artwork There are big fight scenes A huge free for all when Black Adam shows up there are poignant episodes Alan Scott has to confront his son Obsidian and there are some funny moments Wildcat battling the Injustice Society while wearing only a [...]

    2. DC Comics weren t really my thing growing up Aside from Batman, I made mine Marvel I would read Green Lantern and Aquaman sporadically, and until I was in my teens, didn t follow any of the series with much passion all the Batman books being the exception So my 8 year old self didn t fool around with much outside of the X books and the Avengers and Spider Man I blame that on the art I mean, when I got into comics, extremely young, Marvel had the best art bar none Guys like Silvestri and McFarlan [...]

    3. Had I read the previous JSA volume, JSA Vol 1 Justice Be Done, before buying this one, I probably would have passed it by As it was, I picked them both up from Half Price Books, which should have given me something of a clue as to how much their previous owner enjoyed them In my review of Justice Be Done, I laid the blame mostly on James Robinson, whose name is conspicuously absent from this volume, so I have to revise myself and look to David Goyer as the writer who created this mess.And a righ [...]

    4. The JSA exists mainly to bring up weird old bits of DC continuity, and make them sensible, fun, threatening, or interesting In a time when most trade paperbacks hold six issues, it only makes sense that this JSA book holds 9 This book references comics from the golden age of the 40s to the Zero Hour days of the 90s, and with aplomb.The best story in the book is probably a single issue story about Wildcat fighting an Injustice Society that breaks into the JSA headquarters It s great to see the no [...]

    5. Admittedly the writing is a bit hokey in places and there s some rushed character development here and there, but seeing the weirder and obscure nooks and cranies of the DC universe is a lot of fun, and the repoire between the team members does ultimately feel earned by the end Tying in the events with earlier established continuity is a good choice and one I know pays off with what comes to be subtler and better storytelling in the future, still like any good team book Johns and Goyer know to [...]

    6. As is my wont, I was perusing the graphic novel shelves at my local library when I came across this one I ve been randomly working my way through various DC characters and right now, I m enjoying quite a bit of the JSA.I m not sure where in the continuity this particular volume falls But, like much of my reading, I ve found that I don t much care It s still a very enjoyable read that expands my knowledge of several of my favorite characters.This particular volume has two fairly distinct stories [...]

    7. Segundo volumen del que supuso el renacimiento de la JSA y la verdad es que la cosa tampoco remontaba en demas a Este volumen inclu a una primera parte con la lucha contra el hijo de Sentinel y tiene un deus ex machina muy sencillito como resoluci n LA saga mal no est , pero le falta tensi n Lo del fill in con Wildcat carg ndose a toda la Injustice Society es de patio de colegio Una tonter a a la mayor gloria del boxeador que va carg ndose uno a uno con artificios de lo m s tonto Es inveros mil, [...]

    8. In reviewing the previous volume of this series, I mentioned that one of the JSA s strengths was it s strong sense of legacy This second volume proves that strength was also the title s weakness I have a pretty good grasp on DC s long history, but there were a couple of points where I honestly had no idea what was going on Goyer and Johns throw characters and histories at the reader like fast balls, and I couldn t catch all of them, unfortunately That s the only negative here, though JSA continu [...]

    9. It s weird I read this back in the early mid 00s and thought it was incredible playing with legacy characters in a fascinating way while telling epic stories and juggling a big and diverse cast But I come back to it now, and it just seems mediocre, with villains who are cliched, really interesting ideas done in a boring way a universe rebooted to run on chaotic principles is just Earth but with people in armor constantly fighting , and flat moral dilemmas It s interesting how perspective changes [...]

    10. This is a daunting task if you are not a big DC Comics historian It can be overwhelming If you can power through that, there is a really terrific story with fantastic art Readers who already know their DC history would love this I would assume The drawbacks, of course, are the vast amount of characters and villains to keep track of The stories in the trade are a few smaller storylines that come together to form one collection My biggest beef with this isn t on the creative side There are a ton o [...]

    11. The Black Adam story that kicks things off is a nice little action fest 7 10 The Darkness Falls story that follows is equally nice, but a bit too decompressed 6 10 The one issue Wildcat issue is just a big fight, but a fun one that nicely shows off the character 7 10 Things really get rolling with the Kobra Extant stories The Kobra one is quite good 7.5 10 and the Extant story that finishes off the volume tops it both in its sheer audacity and its emotional content for Al and for Coutney 8 10.

    12. The art is nice and the story was better than the book that came before It s all part of the chess pieces coming together, I guess Neat to see rising star Marcos Martin drawing this book, but I was surprised some obvious errors got published like the wrong arm or fist of Green Lantern er, Sentinel, sorry was highlighted with flame even though the Green Lantern ring was on the other hand.

    13. It s an ok trade Obsidian goes kinda mad with power, his father Alan Scott stops him.d that s pretty much it The other story in this book deals with Extant and the Worlogog and the JSA trying to defeat Hank Hall from trying to do what Parallax wanted to do in Zero Hour It s not a bad read but not a trade I am keeping

    14. Another foray into the Justice Society and I have to admit I m still plenty impressed with the heroes but there is no real threat that warrants the Justice Society Basically this further expands on the heroes so as to understand them better Still a very good read.C

    15. I love the golden age superheroes from DC and the new JSA brings these original heroes back into the modern age along with their legacy namesakes Well above average art and plot keep these 70 year old comic characters interesting and entertaining Very recommended

    16. Green Lantern s son, Obsiadian, has been seduced by the dark side and threatens drown New York city and everyone in it, in darkness, unless the JSA can stop him.Big, city wide fight with lots of action Good stuff.

    17. The JSA storylines pick up speed and it s the villains that make it work Both Obsidian and Extant make great foils for these storylines and make me want to keep reading

    18. Very good Strong writing Good art.This is what superhero comics.Time Travel Backs against the wall Personal loss and peril.Good stuff.

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