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    Reviews - Justice League - #3

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Wonda' Woman!!!! - SuperSaiyanBerserker
The action finally kicks in during the third issue of DC's new J.L. series, after two issues of safe introductions to key characters and early conflicts. Green Lantern, Batman, Superman and Flash are introduced in the first two issues, as well as pre-Cyborg Vic Stone (who's built into Cyborg this issue by his father). Wonder Woman slashes onto the pages in issue #3 having multiple pages that establish her attitude in the series and how much she can kick ass (even Superman thinks she's strong). The opening scenes introducing Wonder Woman are very fun to read and build nicely into her action scenes (Green Lantern also has a quip about Diana's presence). Once again another hero is astonished that Batman doesn't have any powers and is "not a vampire" in this issue and all the heroes get a chance to lay out several of Darkseid's winged beasts. Jim Lee's illustrated Darkseid hit online comic news coverage the week of this issue's release and the villain is teased at during the Cyborg scene, which paints an exciting picture itself as to how valuable Cyborg will be to the team. After two months of safe, slow paced issues, Justice League finally kicks up the action and proves why it will be one of the leaders in current super-hero comics. Issue #3 was just plain fun to read and after next month's #4 the entire team should be assembled and ready to take on Darkseid (you'll see why after reading #3).




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