Greetings @JusticeLeagueBookClub, and how are ya?
The gig’s been on hiatus for a while, but with the Death of the Justice League, the one year anniversary of Zack Snyder’s Justice League and Dark Crisis all coming up, now is an absolutely PERFECT time to flick on the lights, dust off the joint and jump onboard to discover the greatest action and adventure in the DC Multiverse as only the Justice League can provide!
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On with the show!
From now and throughout all of March, we'll be discussing the 10 issue entirety of writer/artist Bryan Hitch's Justice League of America:
Things to ponder/discuss/talk to Snapper Carr about:
Have you read this volume of Justice League of America?
Also: What was your favorite issue, scene and/or who was your favorite character from the series?
Writer/artist Bryan Hitch is no stranger to bombastic, whirlwind, widescreen and absolutely thrilling comic adventures starring teams of super heroes.
From The Authority to The Ultimates, Fantastic Four, the Rebirth-era Justice League and more, the guy just gets big-time super hero adventure and then some.
What’s your favorite team-based title to star Hitch’s talents, and how do you compare it to his work on this book?
There have been several volumes of Justice League of America over the 60+ year history of the Justice League franchise. Do you have a favorite, and if so, which is it?
Always remember that ALL Justice Leagues count (yes, even Extreme Justice )
Discuss anything else about this series that comes to your heroic mind.
That’s the mission for March, heroes! I hope you have fun, and I look forward to your thoughts on one of the more bombastic and exciting Justice League series of the last decade.