miércoles, 4 de abril de 2018
Some thoughts about Justice League #42
The team is trying to deal with multiple problems at the same time and that has been the Red Lion and Deathstroke's intentions all along.
This story is about to conclude and continues to be as good as ever.
Christopher Priest delivers a new installment where he continues to offer his classic complex character work. The way how he developes each member of the cast due to the different situations is really compelling, particularly the way how Cyborg and Batman are depicted and how different and similar they can be. I'm still not a fan of the whole Jessica/Bruce thing was handled but I'm still hoping there's more than meets the eye here.
The story also progresses satisfactorily based on the different themes and plot-points the writer has been creating and it even includes funny moments, I got a big laugh when Red Lion says "diplomatic immunity" only to get a punch anyway.
Pete Woods handles the art and his work is pretty solid thanks to the expressive characters and clear storytelling.
Good stuff, can't wait for the finale.