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Justice League of America Archives, Vol. 1 By Gardner F. Fox Mike Sekowsky Bernard Sachs Joe Giella Murphy Anderson Paul Gambaccini,

  • Title: Justice League of America Archives, Vol. 1
  • Author: Gardner F. Fox Mike Sekowsky Bernard Sachs Joe Giella Murphy Anderson Paul Gambaccini
  • ISBN: 9781563890437
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Hardcover
  • DC Comics has created some of the world s most legendary super heroes In the 1950s, they decided to bring them all together and form the Justice League of America In this beautiful hardcover book, Batman, Superman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman come together to form the most powerful super hero group of all time Included in theseDC Comics has created some of the world s most legendary super heroes In the 1950s, they decided to bring them all together and form the Justice League of America In this beautiful hardcover book, Batman, Superman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman come together to form the most powerful super hero group of all time Included in these stories is the origin of the League itself as well as its first battle against the alien menace, Starro the Conqueror.
    Justice League of America Archives Vol DC Comics has created some of the world s most legendary super heroes In the s they decided to bring them all together and form the Justice League of America In this beautiful hardcover book Bat

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    1. Man, comics from the early Silver Age sure are goofy, but endearingly so Before Aquaman was a punchline, before every hero needed a tragic backstory and dark secrets, everything was just brightly colored do gooders keeping the world safe from mad scientists, alien despots, and wicked sorcerers, with threats arriving and dispatched inside of 24 pages Also for some reason a disproportionate number of these threats had names ending in o the ten comics reprinted in this book include the villainy of [...]

    2. I really wanted to like this book, but just couldn t do it I knew not to expect the stories or art to be of the same quality as today s but these stories were particularly atrocious I ve read other comics from this same era that were much better The art was fine for this time period, but the writing was a chore to read I don t think I ll be getting any of these archive editions, especially with the price point they re at.

    3. This is a book about how a group of seven superheros formed a league to prevent a giant starfish from dominating the Earth, and about how they later dealt with other villains, such as a time traveling megalomaniac and a sinister professor who meddles with luck Batman and Superman are the two most famous members of the original Justice League, although they ve often got far important things to do than actually appear in the comic Other members of the league include Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green L [...]

    4. Comics from the 60 s are painful, and while these are a different pain than the Stan Lee Marvels, they are just as formulaic, just a different formula I m also not a fan of Mike Sekowsky s art I ve never liked the way he makes these characters look.

    5. The Age of SciFi in DC Comicsry much in full force in this issue as the JLA encounters all form of otherworldly adversaries Simple stories from a simple time

    6. taken at face value the stories in this volume are just plain awful the exceptional art is the real reason to check this book out.

    7. The Brave and the Bold 28 30Justice League of America 1 61960 61In glossy color, HB, OOPSilver Age JLAGreen Arrow joins JLA

    8. Hokey, even for the Silver Age, but interesting that many villians that were later used to better effect had their orgins here.

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