From Publishers Weekly
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"First one in the series that I watched (in my mind), and it is the perfect one to start off with. Good sound, very good character development; although it is about Superman, we get the story of most of the JLA. The story is deep enough, and effects special enough to have a high repeatability rating for me also. I can see listening to this every once in a while." -- Mitchell Nelson
"You will not be disappointed in picking this one up. The background on Superman and other characters was creatively done and pulled us into the story even more. I'm hooked on the Flash and Green Lantern characters." -- John Newport
The sensory romp that is Graphic Audio s Justice League of America series returns with the most well-known superhero of them all, the Man of Steel. In this installment, directed by Richard Rohan and adapted from the original story by Dan Smith, a terrorist manipulates the weather so as to render the JLA ineffective against his supreme power. Featuring a grand cast, including Michael Glenn, Tim Carlin, Faith Potts, and Michael John Casey, to name a few, the production springs to life with a movie-in-your-mind experience. Realistic sound effects, over-the-top production values, and a rousing score combine to make this audiobook a standout in the fantasy genre. L.B. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2009] --© AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2009]
The subtitle inclines one to believe that Superman and the Justice League are up against an indestructible and ceaseless force in this full-cast production. In an ironic twist, that foe turns out to be the weather. With each of the heroes' cities besieged by tornadoes, blizzards, gigantic hail and lighting storms, Superman must rally and lead the Justice League to victory by determining who or what is manipulating the weather. Narrator Richard Rohan (who also directed the production) drives the story with a commanding voice that uses speed and emphasis to create momentum and intensity within the story. With an energetic soundtrack of sound effects, listeners will certainly feel the excitement generated by this compelling production. --Publishers Weekly 2009