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REVIEW: A Haily Mary pass in ‘Justice League #33′

 
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Story by: Joshua Williamson
 
Art by: Tyler Kirhham and Mikel Janin
 
Colors by: Arif Prianto and Jeromy Cox
 
Letters by: Richard Starkings and Comicraft’s Jimmy Betancourt
 
Cover by: Ethan Van Sciver
 
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Metal will be a transcendental story in the DC Universe and that Justice League #33 is one of the key issues in the development of the story.

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Posted November 15, 2017 by

 
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The Justice League has been defeated by the different Batmen from the negative multiverse. With all hope lost, who will step up the plate to save the day?

Ping, ping, ping! JUSTICE LEAGUE #33 is a solid finale to Bats Out of Hell Metal story-arc. The Justice League was pushed against the fences and they responded to pressure with the help of the strongest member in the League—Cyborg. Joshua Williamson made this book Cyborg-centric and I think that it worked to perfection. The build-up of the story was very nice that I didn’t even recognized the shifting of artists in the interior pages.

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Interior artwork is beautiful and the panel transitions are okay. There’s a full page artwork that really caught my eye “ONE MILLION, BABY!” That page is extremely beautiful that will make Cyborg fans fall off their seat.

With how things are going for Metal and its tie-ins, I can’t wait to see how things develop even further. That being said, I believe that Metal will be a transcendental story in the DC Universe and that Justice League #33 is one of the key issues in the development of the story.


Review by Paolo Ollero, co-founder of The Dark Knight Philippines, the premier Batman group in the country


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