Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Comic Book Review: Justice League #4 - DC Comics (2016)

"The Extinction Machines"
Part 4

Written by Bryan Hitch
Pencils by Jesus Merino
Inks by Andy Owens & Jesus Merino
Colors by Tomey Morey

The world is in turmoil.  Attacks from another world and earthquakes generated by ancient machines under the Earth's surface have made things difficult for the Justice League.  A purge is happening and it's up to our heroes to find out who is behind everything and why.

Bryan Hitch has a lot going on in this series and I feel like he is doing a wonderful job with it.  There are a lot of heroes to juggle and it's great to see that each one seems to have their own part.  Some seem minor now but I have a feeling what Aquaman is hearing could be as impactful as the under the surface mission Superman is currently on.

Justice League is a good series for those of you who want to follow one story line in the DC Universe.  There really are no ties to the heroes' other books when it comes to Justice League.  The group is entirely too powerful to keep together if it's not a worldwide threat so attempting to cross over into the individual books would be near impossible without some sort of seasonal event.

Justice League is only a handful of issues in so check your local comic shops to see if you can get the previous issues(even 2nd printings).  It's a fun series and I look forward to each upcoming issue.

What are your thoughts on Justice League?  Are you enjoying the DC Rebirth as much as I am?  What other comic books/movies/tv shows would you like Maskerpiece Theatre to review?

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