DC Comics released a sneak peek of Justice League of America #53, that arrives in stores today.

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #53
Written by JAMES ROBINSON
Art by MARK BAGLEY, ROB HUNTER & NORM RAPMUND
Cover by MARK BAGLEY & ROB HUNTER
1:10 Variant cover by DAVID MACK

The final chapter of “JLA Omega” arrives as the World’s Greatest Heroes and the Crime Syndicate struggle for survival. But the Syndicate’s betrayal of their own pact results in a final, savage confrontation – and Ultraman does some betraying of his own! Can the JLA defeat Omega Man, the harbinger of death? Can they save the Crime Syndicate’s world and the Tangent Universe? And in the midst of this war between good and evil, which side will Dark Supergirl choose?

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5 Comments

  1. Daniel Miller
    January 19, 2011 at 12:57 pm — Reply

    It had better be King Solivar! It’s about bloody time! If you can have a King of Atlantis and a pricess of Themyscira, then you’ve GOT to have a King from Gorilla City! You’ve just gotta! Time to start reading JLA again.

  2. brainypirate
    January 19, 2011 at 1:10 pm — Reply

    Wow, that cover of Donna by herself is hideous — it looks like a drag queen (that jaw line would do Hal Jordan proud), and it looks like like some of the colors from the next page bled onto it — what’s all the visual noise on top of her arms and her costume?

    I also realize I’m really getting tired of the “internal monologue over fight scene” approach that we see here — it’d be fine if she were flying or even stopping to figure out her fight strategy, but here she’s thinking while talking and thinking while punching — each element distracts from the other…..

    Then again, only in comics are the heroes fit enough to speak in paragraphs while fighting — do you think Serena and Venus have conversations across the net at Wimbledon???

  3. Alisha Mynx
    January 19, 2011 at 1:19 pm — Reply

    Jade AND Dark Supergirl in the same comic? Someone’s been reading my fanfics again…

    Also gotta agree with brainypirate about the Donna solo cover. It’s disturbing.

  4. TaZ
    January 19, 2011 at 4:05 pm — Reply

    I’m going with Brainy and Alisha here. That is one of the absolute worst comic book covers I’ve ever seen in my long time flipping pages of “funny books”. I seriously looks like she straining out gas. I’m not really sure about the “Estrogen” JLA right now. The cover makes it look like they’re just trying like hell to be Agents of Atlas.

    I’m lost on “Dark Supergirl”. Apparently I missed her in “Dark Reign” (wait, that was Marvel, wasn’t it?).

    The Donna Troy “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore” bit is getting as tired as “Grounded” Superman. It’s been going on since the first issue of the “Titans” series before that team got possessed, won a cowl, took a back seat to a dead guy, lost his kid arm and mind, got shuffled off to “back-up character” land, went into space and decided that he should grow more arm hair and try to lead a third generation of Titans. Ok, she’s “Alice” from “Resident Evil” with a costume and no code name. DO something with it for Mike Grell’s sake!

    At least that storyline is in the process of being eliminated. Let’s give the pseudo Amazon a break and shall we go back to having the JLA be premier “super team” in the DCU? Right now the JSA and JSA-All Stars have more firepower.

    Right now even the appearance of one of my favorite “anti-teams” from the Silver Age, The Crime Syndicate, can’t make this arc interesting for me. Call me when Hawkman, John Stewart and Wally West get back on the team. I’ll be over here somewhere grumbling about how they waste Alan Scott, Jay Garrick and Ted Grant in “JSA”.

  5. January 20, 2011 at 8:56 am — Reply

    This has to be one of the worst arcs I’ve read in a while, and I made it through all 11 issues of (ugh) Vigilante. The Syndicate is 2-dimentional writing at best, “Omega Man” looks like a Leifield “Heroes Reborn Universe” refugee, and my only real draw to the book has been benched for no apparent reason. Call me when Congorilla is back!

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