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    Reviews - Justice League Europe - #24

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Good stuff - Josh
This and JLE #25 are some of the best examples of the heyday that was the Giffen/DeMatteis/Jones Justice League era. The story is fun and funny, but also intriguing and even the teensiest bit weighty -- in other words, it's still pretty much fluff, but it doesn't FEEL like fluff -- it feels like you got your money's worth. (That's kinda how I feel about that marshmellow snack, Pinwheels.) And the art really shows some talent. Bart Sears (who likely had some design input from Giffen) does great storytelling with the pictures. Thumbs up for this one!




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