Monday, February 11, 2013
Justice League: Cry for Justice #4 (December, 2009)
In San Francisco’s Nob Hill, a Green Arrow villain climbed through a girl’s bedroom window with the intention of kidnapping her for ransom. Should she scream, God help her. “My god’s name is H’ronmeer. And I doubt he’ll help you at all, Brick.” How did the girl know Brick's name? “Duh, I read minds. You know what else? Another of my gods is called L’Zoril. Say hello to him!”
With a panty peek and a punch, Miss Martian served Brick to dreamland. While standing on top of her conquest, M’gann was met by the Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick. There was a massive conspiracy centered around the super-villain Prometheus that teams of heroes were working to unravel. M'gann M'orzz was among those that would be needed, but Jay had many more to gather before the day was done. They were as disparate as Manhunter (Kate Spencer) and Mr. America, in sequences that were never actually paid off when the story veered into different directions through editorial interference. When a weary Jay returned home, he was met by the Shade, who promised no ill will as he sought to safeguard Opal City and America itself.
The fourth chapter of Cry For Justice, “The Fix” was by James Robinson and Mauro Cascioli.