And Then I Read: JUSTICE LEAGUE 35

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Geoff Johns really is good at this. The issue features a fascinating challenge between two alpha males, Lex Luthor and Bruce Wayne, who have seemingly joined forces both in business and in the Justice League. But the undertow is staggering, with both plotting and counter-plotting. Bruce’s plots are more obvious, but Lex’s are more dangerous. The interplay is brilliant, and the rest of the team stands by clearly ready for anything, but enjoying the battle of wits and fortunes. Of course, things go wrong, a third party enters the picture intent on mayhem, and the team action is on. The art by Mahnke, Reis and a host of inkers is outstanding, as usual, and seamless. This is great comics.


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