This week, we follow Aquaman, Green Lantern and Flash into a dark future where hope is extinct and Darkseid rules. And if Flash doesn’t have his super-speed, how can our heroes return to the present? Find out in JLA #13.
Its time for episode 11, where we take a look at the new JLA taking on The Key. Its a story full of alternate realities, villain monologuing, and Green Arrow taking on a JLA level villain almost entirely on his own.
Also, in this episode, I mention selling some comics and donating the proceeds to the Red Cross. These comics are no longer available (because I sold them), and I am not donating money to the Red Cross at this time.
The Justice League is back, and this time they’ve got help. In JLA #5, the JLA begin a recruitment drive and their first new member is Tomorrow Woman, who could be their downfall. Then we get to witness the secret origin of the new JLA, since apparently the Midsummers Nightmare mini-series doesn’t count as the origin. Plus, we get to witness the teams’ first reactions to Superman’s new powers, and a day in the life of Martian Manhunter.
It’s the first episode of the month, which means its time to talk comics. So to start things off, were going to start looking at Grant Morrison’s JLA. But, before he started his run, there was a little mini-series that was used to set things up. So return with me back to the summer of 1996 and experience the birth of the new JLA.