Monday, August 2, 2010

Justice #4 (April, 2006)

Art from Justice #3

The Legion of Doom struck out against the Justice League of America, whether in their heroic guises or private alter egos. All the while, a seemingly lifeless Martian Manhunter drifted through the ocean’s depths…

In the first Justice trade paperback, an introductory piece was written in which Superman considered his fellows in the Justice League. Superman noted Martian Manhunter's many powers, used only "as a friend to mankind." Kal-El continued:
"I have no idea how old he is. I sometimes fear that J'onn allows me to make too many mistakes for the sake of my own wisdom."

"Chapter Four" was plotted and painted by Alex Ross. The script was provided by Jim Krueger, and the penciled layouts by Doug Braithwaite.

Continue the story through these character-specific posts:


will_in_chicago said...

It would be interesting to see Kal-El's comments on his colleagues. I think that J'Onn may let Superman and others make some mistakes or at least let respect the decisions they make even when he disagrees.

Diabolu Frank said...