To ring in this year’s festivities for Batman’s special day, let’s take a look at when The Caped Crusader’s contingency plans against the Justice League fell into the hands of one of his greatest enemies, Ra’s Al Ghul!
“Tower of Babel” is the tale, with JLA being the only title big enough to handle the 4-part adventure as crafted by writer supreme Mark Waid and artists supreme Howard Porter and Steve Scott:
Ultra members can also check out the Tower of Babel arc via this tip-top tome, which houses additional goodies beyond the titular tale:
No lol just sheepsheads and few other boney fish. Fun fact: you can breath out your nose and let the air brake the seal on your mask under water and it will make a high pitch squeaking sound. Sometimes I can get porpoise and dolphins attention with it.
So seriously now: It makes me into a goofy cartoon character who never smiles with stupid plans based on my friends being evil, yet my plans rely on them still being good people. It is not rocket science to use a kryptonite ring, box of chocos, grabby hand, paint, forged Greek art, and drugged glasses of water.
The unity of plot is terrible. We solve one plot of my terribly done contigency plans and then an overly long epilogue of the babel thing. Yeah it means we have communication issues. More that we have trust issues since my plans suck.
Justice League Doom has many of the same problems, but it did it with much better entertaiment value due to having better mindless violence.