JLA: New World OrderMuch has been made of Grant Morrison's Justice League of America series. The League, which brings together some of DC Comics' most popular superheroes - Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and a handful of others - is called into action when one hero just ain't enough.
In this case, it's a team of super-villains from outer-space, masquerading as uber-superheroes and managing to persuade a dim-witted world that, in fact, even whiter than white Superman perhaps hasn't been pulling his super-weight.
Frankly, we're probably not giving too much away if we tell you that the superheroes win the day and that no superheroes die, though the journey through the plot is pleasing enough. Morrison uses the characters' personalities as well as their super-talents to overcome the adversity and the artwork is well constructed and truly dynamic.
However, there's nothing spectacular here, just another superhero story of evil plans coming close to fruition, before being thwarted by our friendly American super-beings.
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