Tag Archives: Justice Society of America

Justice Society of America: The Bad Seed (JSA)

Justice Society of America: The Bad Seed (JSA) Review

DC, 2009 Writer: Matthew Sturges, Bill Willingham Art: Jesus Merino Colours: Allen Passalaqua So… imagine you’re a comic book publisher. Superheroes inspired by the Golden Age are the trend of the moment, so you take a series renowned for its old school crime-fighters and you let Geoff Johns go mad with it, cramming as many […]

JSA All-Stars #1 Review

JSA All-Stars #1 Review

DC, $3.99 Story: Matthew Sturges Art: Freddie Williams II, Richard Horie, Tanya Horie Matt Sturges and Bill Willingham’s recent ‘The Bad Seed’ arc in Justice Society of America, ended with the destruction of the Brownstone and the downcast team’s decision to split in two. Much like the JSA itself, the All-Stars line-up consists of both […]

Justice Society of America #29

Justice Society of America #29 Review

DC Writer: Bill Willingham, Matthew Sturges Art: Jesus Merino Colours: Allen Passalaqua As proudly stated across the cover, a new creative team marks a new start for Justice Society of America. Readers expecting anything to rival Fables from Bill Willingham are going to be disappointed, as this issue’s plot was as old-school as many of […]

DC: The New Frontier TPB

DC: The New Frontier TPB Review

DC Comics Story, Art: Darwyn Cooke Colours: Dave Stewart It would be easy to dismiss Darwyn Cooke’s The New Frontier as another retro inspired reinterpretation of the currently stagnated superhero genre. Essentially, that is all it is. Comparisons to James Robinson’s The Golden Age are also inevitable, but Cooke avoids that book’s descent into darker […]