took things too far, and has been thrown out of the JLA for
plotting against them. This graphic novel shows how the JLA
work well as a team, but as they begin to suspect each other
they begin to fall apart...
We Fall starts really well. For a non JLA follower,
it was simple to understand and the story was actually quite
interesting. The guys have to work as a team to beat and evil
queen from a fairy tale world who had turned Manhattan into
something from the 10th kingdom.
story is engaging, and simple to grasp. Things took a take
a slight downturn after the first tale, but this could be
due to the fact that I'm not a JLA reader, and I didn't
know the background to the main story arc. Overall though,
the book has an underlying storyline which shows how Batman
took things too far when trying to protect the world from
Superman going bad. It follows him as he tries to find ways
to beat all the team members if they ever 'turned to the dark
graphic novels covers the story from then on, where Batman
is an outsider and the others are beginning to distrust each
other because of his actions. Teamwork fails, and they have
to learn to trust each other again.
artwork for Divided is very good, and also very detailed,
but I guess this is something DC readers expect. The overall
story is an interesting one, and also, as thick as it is,
it represents great value for money.
is a must buy for DC followers, and perhaps something that
a newbie may want to pick up if they have a growing interest.
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