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    Reviews - Justice League - #9

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Haters want to hate. - MartyPrime
Iíve seen some reviews that really hate on this book (one by a friend of mine) and I just donít see what they dislike about the book. I will give them that the art isnít as tight as it was with the first 6 issues, but the story unfolded in a nice way that was very reminiscent of some of the great books from the 80s and 90s. The character interplay was very real and the plot involving Steve Trevor might have been predictable but still worked (couldnít they have introduced his sister in another issue?). I think for the first issue of a new story it works very nicely.
Iím finally starting to like the Shazam! story Ö it seems that it finally is getting legs Ö and a plot.





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