Justice League of America, Vol. 5: Second Coming #2020

Justice League of America, Vol. 5: Second Coming By Dwayne McDuffie Ed Benes Justice League of America Vol Second Coming Dwayne McDuffie a writer producer on the Emmy Award winning animated series JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED joins forces with superstar artist Ed Benes for thrilling new adventures of the World s Greatest
  • Title: Justice League of America, Vol. 5: Second Coming
  • Author: Dwayne McDuffie Ed Benes
  • ISBN: 9781401222529
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Justice League of America, Vol. 5: Second Coming By Dwayne McDuffie Ed Benes
    Justice League of America, Vol. 5: Second Coming By Dwayne McDuffie Ed Benes Dwayne McDuffie, a writer producer on the Emmy Award winning animated series JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED, joins forces with superstar artist Ed Benes for thrilling new adventures of the World s Greatest Super Team in this latest hardcover graphic novel collecting the series.Red Tornado, the Justice League s resident android, discovers the culprit behind his recent malfunctionDwayne McDuffie, a writer producer on the Emmy Award winning animated series JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED, joins forces with superstar artist Ed Benes for thrilling new adventures of the World s Greatest Super Team in this latest hardcover graphic novel collecting the series.Red Tornado, the Justice League s resident android, discovers the culprit behind his recent malfunctions and the ensuing confrontation leads to a massive battle between the JLA and one of their oldest adversaries Meanwhile, Vixen and Animal Man struggle with their own super abilities and challenge a deadly being who warps the histories of every JLA member It s DC s heaviest hitters as you ve never seen them before
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    • Dwayne McDuffie Ed Benes

      Dwayne McDuffie was an American writer of comic books and television His notable works included creating the animated series Static Shock, writing and producing the animated series Justice League Unlimited, and co founding the comic book company Milestone Media.He co hosted a radio comedy program, and also wrote under a pseudonym for stand up comedians and late night television comedy programs While working as a copy editor for a financial magazine, a friend got him an interview for an assistant editor position at Marvel Comics.While on staff at Marvel as Bob Budiansky s assistant on special projects, McDuffie also scripted stories for the company His first major work was Damage Control, a series about the company that shows up between issues and tidies up the mess left by the latest round of superhero supervillain battles While an editor at Marvel, he submitted a spoof proposal for a comic entitled Teenage Negro Ninja Thrasher in response to Marvel s treatment of its black characters Becoming a freelancer in early 1990, McDuffie followed that with dozens of various comics titles for Marvel comics, DC Comics, and Archie Comics In 1992, wanting to express a multi cultural sensibility that he felt was missing in comic books, McDuffie co founded Milestone Media, a comic book company owned by African Americans.After Milestone had ceased publishing new comics, Static was developed into an animated series Static Shock McDuffie was hired to write and story edit on the series, writing 11 episodes.McDuffie was hired as a staff writer for the animated series Justice League and was promoted to story editor and producer as the series became Justice League Unlimited During the entire run of the animated series, McDuffie wrote, produced, or story edited 69 out of the 91 episodes McDuffie also wrote the story for the video game Justice League Heroes.McDuffie was hired to help revamp and story edit Cartoon Network s popular animated Ben 10 franchise with Ben 10 Alien Force, continuing the adventures of the ten year old title character into his mid and late teenage years During the run of the series, McDuffie wrote episode 1 3, 14, 25 28, 45 and 46 and or story edited all forty six episodes.On February 22, 2011, McDuffie died from complications due to a surgical procedure performed the previous evening.enpedia wiki Dwayne_M

    816 thoughts on “Justice League of America, Vol. 5: Second Coming

    • Remember when DC wrote entertaining coherent Justice League stories Me neither.Which makes this volume all the of a rare find The book is framed by the current troubles of Vixen Vixen, thanks to a totem that s been handed down by her family for generations, is able to invoke the powers of any animal, but lately she s been doing siphoning off the abilities of her JLA teammates in the heat of battle Oops So what happens Black Canary, who is now running the JLA and in a benevolent mood, fires her [...]


    • Started off really entertaining and thenblahAgain, this book starts off with a cool psycho android on the loose Amazo Dumb name is kicking all the Justice League s ass He has the power of them all and can adapt to almost any situation So even when some of the members seem to have the advantage he quickly tricks them and fucks them up Then another part of the story is Vex trying to figure out her powers Going into the redd less said the better Good The fight with Amazo is fun old school justice l [...]


    • I was really digging this until that cop out of an ending Still, the central section has a good battle royale with Amazo featuring the ultra capable Zatanna I may have something up my sleeve and Black Canary Want to hear a secret LOL should we call them the Fishnet Femmes that is a jolting shot of action Actually, every JLA member gets a good scene or two Also, chapter three s closing panel cries out for a musical stinger with the dialogue You re eating chicken


    • The best part of this collection of Dwyane McDuffie s JLA issues, and a small collection it is, are the issues that comprise the second story McDuffie turns in a good AU tale, but even that one is flawed by its use of Anasi In some ways it is no wonder that editorial took him off the book, despite his protests that were interfering with work There are two Easter Eggs in the second tale The first appearance of what would ahve been DC s most controversial character ever The Brown Bomber a white ra [...]



    • The revamped roster of the Justice League of America hits its latest volume courtesy of Dwayne McDuffie and Ed Benes The team attempts to salvage Red Tornado from the JLA computers into his own body again, but instead set loose a new version of Amazo In spite of major players like Superman, Wonder Woman, Zatanna, and Green Lantern taking their best shots, the android mops the floor with the entire team on multiple occasions Quick thinking from Batman and Steel and an assist from the incorporeal [...]


    • Man, I want to rate this higher Dwayne McDuffie writes some great dialogue, and is one of the few writers who can make a superhero fight interesting, making full use of everyone s skills and abilities His Batman, Superman, and Green Arrow are fantastic, most everyone else is done pretty well But the art is uneven, and waaaay too much of this story hinges on the convoluted origins of Red Tornado, which are merely convoluted, and not at all actually interesting Once McDuffie shuffles the Red Torna [...]


    • You don t read JLA comics to catch up on the lives of Vixen, Red Tornado, and Animal Man Yeah, there are no bad characters, just bad characterizations, but this book seems to have fallen victim to the old team book entanglement of focusing on the members that don t have solo comic books Here, that s Reddy, Vixy, and guest star Buddy Baker.Red Tornado s latest robot bodies turns against him before he can put his soul in it, then Vixen s animal amulet angst goes from bad to captured by trickster g [...]


    • I thought that was a solid collection of Justice League tales from the always great, Dwayne McDuffie The real joy in this volume is the character interaction, there are lots of little moments Superman gives relationship advice, Black Lightning gives parenting advice, etc that really convey how much the team cares for each other There is also a fun tangle with Amazo, who is always an enjoyable foe for the League, and things get a bit wacky in the end with Vixen tangling with the Anansi, which fel [...]


    • A pretty good story and an excellent example of what makes the JLA what it is the people They know each other and trust each other and work together The story is decent not the best, but we finally learn what happened to Vixen s powers, as well as Animal Man s and the art is all first rate Plus, we get to meet Anansi the trickster god and owner of all the stories McDuffie s version is definitely a dark version of the spider god darker than Neil Gaiman s who treats us to an alternate reality stor [...]


    • This is the fifth volume of the Justice League of America comic series with an excellent script and artwork Even though it s an individual story, you ve got to be aware of previous issues expecially those included in volume 1 to understand better the adventures that take place in this volume There are many breathtaking moments, but what I enjoyed most is that you can t expect how the story finishes until the very end which also leaves you with the question What happens next.


    • I have always enjoyed the JLA, in all it s various incarnations through the decades This new modern JLA is a very enjoyable read Great art and plot make this JLA a great read for an older fan or a perfect place for a new fan Very recommended


    • Very, very good.I know DC started the Universe again with the New 52.This was a set of stories that makes that choice seem odd.Great writing, good art.The Spotlight was on the Team.I am happy with the New 52is was very good work almost wish they hadn t changedst


    • I love what McDuffie does with the league in this book It focuses on characters I actually like, which is unusual for JLA books Benes art is gross as usual but I was able to manage.


    • Another fun volume with Amazo and Anansi as the bad guys Red Tornadoes story continues, and the characterisation is great You get to know all members of the team better in this volume.




    • I ve really enjoyed reading every new issue of this book series and cannot wait for the next one to come out.


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