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I can definitely relate to Superman’s procrastination. Maybe too much! However, that kind of procrastination doesn’t seem that super.
I liked the Red Tornado scene if for no other reason than I always liked the bronze age Tornado’s design. It was cool to see the League figure out their newly acquired powers. I also love that the Society didn’t think about this whole body transfer thing thorough too thoroughly.
The ending did shock me a little; at first, I thought it was more body-swapped society members, but thankfully Oliver clued me in!
Very much so considering I was very late to my response for Week 20! I’m a procrastination pro. Otherwise, it was really in character with how Superman approached his JL duties back in the day. In the Silver Age, he was often absent because he was “busy with a mission in space.” C’mon Supes, be a better teammate…
It was kind of funny that the Justice League, even in their “new bodies,” struggled to contain Red Tornado who has spent most of his history losing fights and generally being considered a lesser hero. It was also reminiscent of times when Reddy has been sent to infiltrate and defeat the JL. Ultimately, though, I was once again left feeling bad for Red Tornado as he was subdued by a bit of overkill when Zatanna couldn’t properly control Sapphire’s gem.
Not as much as it did the Justice League ! But… nah. The cover pretty much tells you what’s going to happen, and, if you’ve read enough superhero comics and body swap stories, it’s not much of a surprise. I’m excited to see Zatanna against the world in the next issue, though.