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JLA: Earth 2 (JLA (DC Comics Unnumbered Paperback)) Paperback – October 1, 2000
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Equally important to this piece is Frank Quietly's art work. Like Morrison, people seem to either love him or hate him. Personally, I appreciate his unique style of cartooning. While this graphic novel is not quite as sharp as his magnum opus, All-Star Superman, Quietly's work always seems to choke me up at some point. Evocative is a great word for the work he does.
Without going into details, I really enjoyed the story overall. It is a fun Justice League story told in under a 100 pages. If anything on the negative side, I felt the ending was a little anti-climatic. Still, I wish there were more short JLA graphic novels like this. If you want a quick, fun, and accessible super hero romp this is your book.
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Great story. I love this duo. Frank Quietly is one of my favorite artists. All-Star Superman will blow your mind.Published 1 month ago by Scott Joswick
This story is a well-executed reintroduction of the Silver Age Crime Syndicate, and a good alternate universe tale that won't leave you confused or groaning. Read morePublished 23 months ago by A. Color
I just wasn't feeling this one. The story could have been great considering the material, but in my opinion it fell short. The artwork is okay. Read morePublished on June 5, 2014 by Danny (Blanco) Flores
I read this book the first time online and then borrowed it from the library. I decided it was time to own it because its a great book to read over and over again.Published on April 23, 2014 by Sandra Sneed
more could have been done to develop the story, but overall it was a good read. I recommend.
When the Justice League flies out to rescue a crashing airplane, they are shocked to find all of the passengers already dead. Read morePublished on March 10, 2014 by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson