And Then I Read: JUSTICE LEAGUE 32


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It’s been a long time since Lex Luthor was the pure evil villain of the stories I read as a child, and the first Superman movie, but writer Geoff Johns is doing an excellent job of playing Luthor as a complex character with an intriguing mix of good and bad intentions and schemes in this book. Meanwhile, we have Johns’ vision of The Doom Patrol after a twisted version of Green Lantern’s ring on the finger of an unwitting victim, creating another moral dilemma, and the Justice League itself finally getting into the fray. All nicely told with terrific art by artists Doug Mahnke and Keith Champagne.


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