More JSA, More Kamandi, More Action In Justice League #32 From DC Comics

by Olly MacNamee

The Justice/Doom Wars continue apace in the past, present, and future as members of the Justice League team up with their counterparts from the Justice Society of America and the Justice Legion of the far flung future in an attempt to thwart Lex Luthor and Perpetua. With guest artist Howard Porter (this book really has benefitted from only the best artists, all the time) covering Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV’s script, the level of detail on each page is often that of George Perez’ level detail, as I’ve come to expect from Porter over the years.

Justice League #32 is another giddy issue, with action, intrigue and the first official JSA/JL cross-over of the Rebirth era well and truly under way with Flash and Green Lantern in the past finding they have a lot more in common with their 1940’s counterparts than they think. That, and as we saw last issue, the return of Aquaman. Although, I must admit, with all the going-ons that have happened, I kinda forgot about old fish-face, if I’m honest. Will he be the key to defeating Luthor and his powered up Legion of Doom? Or, does that privilege lie elsewhere as another familiar face that’s been missing in recent issues returns and takes sides?

Another dramatic issue and another that will tickle your fancy with the possibilities of the JSA’s return as well as the Justice Legion’s return too. All this and Kamandi to boot! It really is a DC fan’s wet dream. And, what with the Legion of Super-Heroes returning in Superman, as well as further blasts from the past (Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld in Young Justice) it’s an exciting time to be a DC Comics fan. And expensive.

Justice League #32 is available now from DC Comics.

Olly MacNamee

A unashamed DC Comics fan and sometime teacher for over 20 years! I got lucky and found the escape hatch. Now, I just read and write about comics all day long. Co-host of the ICE-Cast podcast and one third of the brains behind Birmingham's street art and graffiti festival High Vis Fest.

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