JLA: The Obsidian Age, Book Two

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  • ISBN-13: 9781401200435
  • Publisher: DC Comics
  • Publication date: 8/20/2003
  • Series: Justice League Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 6.61 (w) x 10.22 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2003

    I hate time travel

    Ever since I saw the second terminator movie, I've hated time travel stories. True, when done well they can present a coherant, linear story-line (like JLA: Rock of Ages). But most of the time they just break their own rules about time travel and manipulation. This is one of those stories. Give me the good old days when Grant Morrison wrote about a future version of Solaris creating his own past self. Now THAT was a great time travel book. (DC One Million) Don't get me wrong, I've really been enjoying Joe Kelly's run on the JLA. His current story-line involving 'the Burning' (expect the trade paperback in about a year) is amazing and easily on par with anything Grant Morrison ever did. But this one is just too needlessly confusing. The conclusion is the worst part. We understand how we get to the end and we see the end itself, but we don't see that sequence play out. We have an ongoing battle with Gamemnea and then, without warning, Bam! - everyone is standing around congradulating themselves on winning the battle. Note: Raven now has a wife who mystically appeared immediately after Gamamnae disappears. I think Dawn and the witch are one and the same. Just a guess. The art, on the other hand, is excellant. Doug Mahnke rates up there with Howard Porter and Graham Nolan in my opinion. And lastly, the only reason to break the Obsidian age into two parts was to make twice the profits. I've purchased other DC trades longer than the Obsidian Age one and two combined. They saw the potential for profit and they took it. All in all, this one is a waste of your time, but it's important in the grand scheme of things with Joe Kelly and the JLA so pick it up anyway.

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